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Your two Letters of the 3d & 10th inst., with the enclosed Returns, have been duly received. To...
The favorable Sentiments expressed in your private letter of the 17th Inst., and which you say...
I have had the pleasure to receive your Letter of the 17 Instant. Your arrangements—in...
I am happy in transmitting to you the inclosed Resolves of Congress,which I must desire you to...
Supposing the necessary number of Troops to be kept up during the Winter it will be necessary to...
Captain Shaw has handed me your Letter of the 2d instant. I have been impatiently waiting the...
Count Wengiersky, a Polish Gentleman travelling the Continent for his amusement, will have the...
Since I had the pleasure to write to you on the 8th Instant, I have received your Letter of that...
Major Shaw not returning so soon as I immagined, and the subject of your Letter of the 28...
Since the return of Genl Lincoln, I have taken occasion to move a little on the Subject of your...
The arrival of the Definitive Treaty, and the evacuation of New York have been so long delayed as...
This will be delivered you by Mr Arthur Noble a Gentleman from Ireland who visits this Country in...
You will readily conceive how much I have been chagreened, & vexed at a loss occasioned by the...
I had the pleasure to reply to your Letter of the 15th of October to go by the Post before the...
I do myself the honor to transmit you the proceedings of the society of the Cincinnati of the...
The splendid display of Fire works last Evening was so highly satisfactory that I must Request...
The splendid display of fire works last Evening were so highly satisfactory that I must request...
Finding it essential to public Interest that you should superintend the Posts & Military affairs...
The bad weather, and great care which the Post Riders take of themselves, prevented your letters...
Your Letter of the 21st ulto did not reach my hands ’till yesterday—Having the Governor here & a...
The names which follow, are those mentioned in the Marqs la Fayette’s letter to me. La’ Peyrouse...
The inconvenience with which I left home, & my impatience to return to it, hastened every step I...
Apologies are idle things: I will not trouble you with them—that I am your debtor in the...
About the beginning of last month I wrote you a pretty long letter, & soon after, received your...
Your favor of the 31st Ulto came to my hands by the last Post. enclosed are letters under flying...
I am quite ashamed to be so long deficient in acknowledging the receipt of your favors of the...
Majr Farlie gave me the pleasure of receiving your letter of the 22d Instt, & thereby knowing...
The Post of last week brougt me (by way of New York) a letter, of which the inclosed is a Copy. I...
The inclosed letter I received a short time since. As I am wholly unacquainted with the writer, &...
Nothing but the pleasing hope of seeing you under this roof in the course of last month, and wch...
Letter not found: to Henry Knox, 25 Jan. 1787. On 8 Feb. Knox wrote GW : “I have received your...
I feel my self exceedingly obliged to you for the full, & friendly communications in your letters...
Accept, my dear General Knox my affectionate thanks for your obliging favors of the 29th, 30th, &...
Will you permit me to give you the trouble of making an indirect, but precise enquiry, into the...
The early attention which you were so obliging as to pay to my letter of the 8th ulto is highly...
After every consideration my judgment was able to give the subject, I had determined to yield to...
Hurried as I am I cannot (not expecting to see you in Philadelpa) withhold the copy of a...
It gave me great pleasure to find by your letter of the 29th that you were freed from all...
By slow, I wish I could add & sure, movements, the business of the Convention progresses; but to...
Your favor of the 3d instt came duly to hand. The fourth day after leaving Phila. I arrived at...
I beg you to accept of my thanks for your obliging favor of the 11th Ult.; which, owing to the...
Soon after my last was dispatched to you, I was favoured with the receipt of your letter of the...
Letter not found: to Henry Knox, 11 Feb. 1788. On 10 Mar. Knox wrote GW : “Your favor of the 11th...
I pray you to accept my acknowledgements of your favors of the 10th and 14th Ulto and...
Your favor of the 10th came duly to hand, and by Mr Madison I had the pleasure to hear that you...
I received your letter of the 25th of May, just when I was on the eve of departure for...
I have received by the last Mail your favour dated the 21st of Decr and hasten to return this...
Having learnt from an Advertisement in the New York Daily Advertiser, that there were superfine...
I have the honor to enclose a letter from Monsr Cottineau de Kerloquin requesting an admission...
I beg you to accept my acknowledgment of and thanks for your obliging favors of the 12th 16th &...