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§ From George Washington. Ca. 1789–1796. Three notes requesting consultation with JM on...
AD , DLC:GW . For background to this document, see Farm Reports, 6–12 Dec. 1789, source note . A...
Extracted from the Report of the Proceedings of the Commissioners, appointed to Treat with the...
The President of the United States presents his Compliments to Mr Jay, and informs him that the...
While I request you to accept my thanks for your kind address, I must profess myself highly...
6[April 1789] (Washington Papers)
[16 April 1789] About ten o’clock I bade adieu to Mount Vernon, to private life, and to domestic...
7[Diary entry: 23 April 1789] (Washington Papers)
[23 April 1789] The display of boats which attended and joined us on this occasion, some with...
As your truly affectionate and solemn address to me on my late appointment merits, so it...
General Washington presents his compliments to the President of the State, and requests his...
I receive with great satisfaction the affectionate congratulations of the President and Supreme...
General Washington cannot leave this place without expressing his acknowledgments, to the Matrons...
In the respectful address of the Burgesses and common council of the Borough of Wilmington, I...
I return you my sincere thanks for your congratulations and good wishes on my appointment to the...
Upon my alighting in this City I received your communication of the 17th with the resolutions of...
The Congratulations of my fellow Soldiers & faithful followers in the Military line of this...
I consider myself particularly obliged to you, Gentlemen, for your congratulatory address on my...
It affords me the most sensible pleasure to be informed that my accession to the chief Magistracy...
I accept with peculiar pleasure the address of the university of the State of Pennsylvania upon...
The tokens of regard and affection, which I have often received from the Citizens of this Town,...
20[Diary entry: 16 April 1789] (Washington Papers)
[16 April 1789] About ten o’clock I bade adieu to Mount Vernon, to private life, and to domestic...
Although I ought not to conceal, yet I cannot describe, the painful emotions which I felt in...
I had the honor to receive your Official Communication, by the hand of Mr Secretary Thompson,...
Sir, I have been long accustomed to entertain so great a respect for the opinion of my fellow...
I have in my possession a bill of Exchange f[or] 333 24/72 Dollars drawn upon you by Mr Donald of...
Your letter of the 4th instant came duly to hand—It would be an arduous, if not an impracticable,...
I have duly received your letter of the 2d Instt—and in replying to it, again assure you, with...
I have duly received your letter of the 8 Instt —From a bad memory, I can recollect nothing of...
I had the honor to receive, by the last post, your very polite letter; and must beg you to accept...
The cloth & Buttons which accompanied your favor of the 30th Ult., came safe by Colo. Hanson; and...
I have received you[r] letter of the 23d Ulto accompanied with the Cloth whh the Directors of the...