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On the 21st. Jany I presented a Memorial to Congress, and after waiting a considerable time and...
I send you a model of a proposed method of firing Guns from a gun boat; which, if it answers,...
When Mr Monro came Minister from the United States to the french Government I was still...
As the circumstances which I supposed would take place on the continent of Europe are already...
I have not seen nor heard any thing respecting the subject I wrote to you upon and also to the...
Thomas Paine’s compliments to Mr. Jefferson desires to be enformed if he received a letter from...
I write you this letter entirely on my own account, and I begin it without ceremony. In the year...
I wrote you on 1st. Janry from N. Rochelle, mentioning my intention of spending part of the...
I wrote you on the 1st. Janry from N. Rochelle and mentioned my intention of spending part of the...
I have some thoughts of coming to Washington this winter as I may as well spend a part of it...
Your two favours of the 10. & 18 Ult. reached me at this place on the 14 Inst, also one from Mr....
I wrote a few days ago to Mr Breckenridge of Kentuckey on the subject of Louisania, or rather on...
I enclose a letter for Mr. Breckenridge, but as I know not his residence in Kentucky, I will be...
I will be obliged to you to send back the Models , as I am packing up to set off for Philadelphia...
I congratulate you on the birth-day of the New Sun , now called christmas day; and I make you a...
Of Louisana Spain has ceded Louisana to france and france has excluded the americans from N....
I arrived here on Saturday from Havre after a passage of 60 days. I have several Cases of Models...
Letter not found. 16 June 1802. Calendared as a three-page letter in the lists probably made by...
I wrote to you while Mr Dawson was here that I would wait the arrival of the Frigate that was to...
The ratification of the treaty at last gives me another opportunity of writing to you. The...
I write this merely to say there is nothing new to inform you of. Mr. Dawson whom I saw this...
Your very friendly letter by Mr. Dawson gave me the real sensation of happy satisfaction, and...
As the wind at one time and the tides at another prevented the Commissioners sailing at the time...
I enclose you a piece to serve as an introduction to the two other pieces which you will receive...
I understand there is an Article in the Treaty to the following purport, that the duties payable...
I wrote to you from Havre by the Ship Dublin Packet in the year 1797. It was then my intention to...
Letter not found: from Thomas (later Robert Treat) Paine, 12 Aug. 1799. On 1 Sept. GW wrote Paine...
I wrote to you by the Ship Dublin Packet—Capt. Clay, mentioning my intention to have returned to...
I left Paris about ten days ago and came to this place, intending to take passage in the Dublin...
I have borrowed two hundred and fifty french Crowns of Mr Monroe at Paris and agreeably to my...
I had written you a letter by Mr Letombe french Consul but at the request of Mr Monroe I withdrew...
I wrote you by Captain Dominick who was to sail from Havre about the 20th of this month. This...
As far as my Judgement extends I think you cannot do better than send Commissioners to Europe;...
The Gentleman (Dr. Romer) to whom I entrust this letter is an intimate acquaintance of Lavater,...
Letter not found: from Thomas Paine, 13 Feb. 1792. GW wrote Paine on 6 May 1792 : “I have...
Mr. Kenedy who brings this to N York, is on the point of setting out, I am therefore confined to...
I received your favour of last Augst by Col. Humphris, since which I have not written to, or...
I enclose you a few Observations on the establishment of a Mint. I have not seen your report on...
The price of the machinery and the expence of labour are reserved to the conclusion. I proceed...
By Mr James Morris who sailed in the May Packet I transmitted you a letter from the Marquis de la...
Our very good Friend the Marquis de la Fayette has entrusted to my care the Key of the Bastile...
I need not tell you how much I rejoice at the prosperous accounts from America, or how happy I...
I this moment receive yours of the 13 Inst. which being Post night, affords me the welcome...
By some accident, your favour of the 23d July did not come to hand till a few days ago. It had...
I have not yet received any answer to my two last, the one by Msrs. Parker and Cutting, the other...
I wrote you last night by Mr. Parker. I this Morning received the following from Sir Joseph Banks...
I received your last to the 21st. May. I am just now informed of Msr. Parker and Cutting setting...
Your favour of the 23d Der. continued to the 11th of Janry. came safe to hand for which I thank...
As I cannot get any letters from you I think something must be the matter, and I shall be...
I wrote you by Mr. Quesney. I also wrote you a long letter of (I believe) 14 or 16 pages,...