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Letter not found: from Ebenezer Hazard, 15 July 1789. On 17 July GW wrote to Hazard : “I have received your letter of the 15th Instant.”
Mr. Hazard presents his Compliments to his Excellency The Vice President of the United States, and respectfully solicits the honor of his Patronage for the Work mentioned in the enclosed Proposals: and if his Excellency has any Papers which he thinks proper to be inserted in the Collection, Mr. Hazard will esteem it a singular Favor to be indulged with the Use of them. MHi : Adams Papers.
Letter not found: from Ebenezer Hazard, 21 Sept. 1789. In a letter to Jeremy Belknap, 27 Sept. 1789, Hazard stated that he had written to GW on this date. Hazard copied a long extract of his letter to GW of this date into his letter to Belknap. The extract is printed in note 1 to GW to Hazard, 17 July 1789 .
Letter not found: from Ebenezer Hazard, 21 Dec. 1784. On 5 Jan. 1785 GW wrote to Hazard: “A few days ago I was favored with your Letter of the 21st ulto.” GW’s letter is printed in GW to Jeremy Belknap, 5 Jan. 1785, n.1 .
On Saturday Evening I received a Package from London, containing among other Things some Pictures of our Friend Doctor Gordon, and the Correspondence between Messrs Wyvill and Pitt, one of each of which the Dr directs me to hand to your Excellency. I have the Honor to send them herewith, and remain, Your Excellency’s Most obedient & very hume Servt DLC : Papers of George Washington.
Will your Excellency favor me with your Opinion of Kakiat as a Place of Safety? Could the Mails remain safely there one Night in each Week, they might be carried from hence to Boston in five Days less Time than is necessary upon the present Establishment. I have the Honor to be, very respectfully, Your Excellency’s most obedient humble Servant DLC : Papers of George Washington.
Letter not found: from Ebenezer Hazard, 27 June 1789. On 3 July GW wrote to Hazard : “Your letter of the 27th of June, together with the amount of receipts . . . were duly handed to me.”
AL : American Philosophical Society Mr. Hazard’s Compliments to Doctor Franklin. He will watch the Sloops from Albany, and forward the Doctor’s Bedding by the first Stage after it comes to Hand. Addressed: Dr. Franklin. BF left that morning for Philadelphia; see the note on his letter to Carroll and Chase above, May 27. We assume that he asked the New York postmaster to look out for his...
New York, August 1, 1786. Requests Hamilton’s opinion on questions concerning a government contract for carrying the mail. LS Copy , Papers of the Continental Congress, National Archives. Hazard was Postmaster General of the United States. This letter was enclosed in a letter Hazard sent to Nathaniel Gorham, September 25, 1786.
The Secretary of Congress transmitted me a Copy of the enclosed Resolution, which I received with singular Pleasure as an Act of Justice due to your Excellency, and at the same Time relieving me, as I had desired, from the very disagreeable Situation with Respect to your Excellency’s Letters to which I was reduced by the Ordinance for regulating the Post Office of the United States. The...