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Letter not found: from Thomas Newton, 27 April. GW wrote Newton on 3 Sept. : “I have suffered your letter of the 27th April . . . to remain . . . unacknowledged.”
Letter not found: from Thomas Newton, 20 Jan. 1786. On 9 April GW wrote Newton : “I have been favored with your letter of the 20th of Jany.”
Letter not found: from Thomas Newton, 24 Feb. 1786. On 9 April GW wrote Newton : “I have been favored with your letters of. . . 24th of Febry.”
Letter not found: from Thomas Newton, 13 Mar. 1786. On 9 April GW wrote Newton : “I have been favored with your letters of. . . 13th of March—the last of which speaks of a letter written by you to me of the same date—this letter has never got to hand.”
Letter not found: from Thomas Newton, 19 July 1788. On 1 Aug. GW wrote Newton : “Your letters of the 14th & 19 Ulto came duly to hand.”
Letter not found: from Thomas Newton, 5 Nov. 1788. On 17 Dec. GW wrote to Newton : “I have received your letter of the 5th Ulto.”
Norfolk [ Virginia ] August 7, 1790. Forwards the plan of the Cape Henry lighthouse site. Assumes that Hamilton has received Virginia’s act of cession. ALS , RG 26, Lighthouse Letters Received, Vol. “A,” Pennsylvania and Southern States, National Archives.
Norfolk [ Virginia ] July 8, 1791. “A long absence from home has been the cause of your letter of the 8th Ulto not being answered sooner. The business shall be attended to as you requested.… The business has not been in the least retarded, Mr McComb is ingaged in getting up the stone formerly lodged there, for the same purpose, to make the foundation with.…” ALS , RG 26, Lighthouse Letters...
Letter not found : from Thomas Newton, Jr., 3 June 1794. On 11 June, GW "Put into the hands of the Secry. of State a letter from Thos. Newton Junr. dated Norfolk June 3d. 1794. on the subject of the application of a sum raised by subscription in that place for the relief of Amr. Captives in Algiers" ( JPP Dorothy Twohig, ed. The Journal of the Proceedings of the President, 1793–1797 ....
I received your favor & inquired of the Sheriff respecting Mr. Shorts Land, he informed me that he had returnd it to the Auditor as the Law requires for non payment of taxes, on application to him the proprietors can redeem it. Wilson Butt is the name of the Sher & it is probable that it was returnd by the collectors before him—had it not been returnd, I wou’d have paid the tax. I shall take...