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1 Anonymous Washington, George To George Washington from Anonymous, 11 November 1793 1793-11-11 The purport of this Epistle will I presume apologize for the liberty I take in addressing you. By...
2 Anonymous Washington, George To George Washington from Anonymous, 20 January 1792 1792-01-20 Your knowledge of the world makes it hardly necessary for me to remind you how difficult it is to...
3 Anonymous Washington, George To George Washington from Anonymous, March 1792 1792-03-01 I know you to be good—and you are great, independent of public opinion—I mean intrinsically...
4 Anonymous Washington, George To George Washington from Anonymous, 7 September 1796 1796-09-07 Pardon the seeming Indecency of an anonymous Epistle, for which the Occasion may be some Apology....
5 Anonymous Washington, George To George Washington from an Anonymous French Officer … 1776-04-01 Fort-Dauphin [Saint-Domingue], 1 April 1776 . Offers his services to GW. He says that he served...
6 Anonymous Washington, George To George Washington from Anonymous, 20 May 1793 1793-05-20 un malheureux Homme Ce trouvent dans une mauvais etat, prie a monsr le President Washington, de...
7 Anonymous Washington, George To George Washington from Anonymous, 21 August 1796 1796-08-21 I took the liberty of writing you from Richmond about the time the Virginia assembly met; and the...
8 Anonymous Washington, George To George Washington from Anonymous, 3 January 1792 1792-01-03 Beware. Be upon your guard. You have cherished in your Bosom a Serpent, and he is now...
9 Anonymous Washington, George To George Washington from Anonymous, August 1780 1780-08-01 As to the Navil Strengtht within the hook thare is the gard Ship within the one Sixty fore it is...
10 Anonymous Washington, George To George Washington from Anonymous, 9 September 1794 1794-09-09 The fear of this not reaching your hands induced the form of the superscription. The motive of my...