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Enclosed is your Warrant on Mr Hilligas, endorsed—I thank you for the trouble you have taken to...
Your letter of the first inst. did not reach my hands until last night, or I would have replied...
In answer to your favor of the 5th, I have to inform you that I can find nothing in my letter or...
This letter will be presented to you by Mr Stevens, and is introductory of him; He has been an...
505[Diary entry: 13 September 1785] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 13th. Thermometer at 68 in the Morning—72 at Noon and 74 at Night. Calm morning, but a...
I received with your letter of the 9th instant, one from Mr Minot and also his History of the...
General Washington presents his compliments to Mr Howell and requests the favor of his company at...
My objection to paying your account when here—was, now is, &, whether it is done or not, will...
509[Diary entry: 1 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
Having found it indispensably necessary to visit my Landed property west of the Apalacheon...
510[Diary entry: 27 June 1787] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 27th. In Convention. Dined at Mr. Morris’s. Drank Tea there also and spent the evening...
511[Diary entry: 17 July 1787] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 17th. In Convention. Dined at Mrs. Houses, and made an excursion with a party for Tea to...
As soon as I got your letter announcing your intention of spending the Winter at Charleston I...
While you recall to my mind the honor formerly done me by enrolling my name in the List of the...
I am honored with your favor of the 22d of June. As I have been very unlucky hitherto, in the...
515[Diary entry: 7 August 1787] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 7th. In convention. Dined at Mr. Morris’s and spent the evening there also.
I enclose to your care a Letter to Mr Cowvenhoven in answer to his Memorial & request, and his...
517[Diary entry: 21 July 1787] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 21st. In Convention. Dined at Springsbury with the Club of Gentn. & Ladies. Went to the...
518[Diary entry: 27 October 1786] (Washington Papers)
Friday 27th. Mercury at 56 in the Morning—58 at Noon and 56 at Night. Cloudy in the Morning, with...
The intemperate weather, and very great care which the Post Riders take of themselves, prevented...
520[Diary entry: 11 August 1787] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 11th. In Convention. Dined at the Club at Springsbury and after Ten returnd. home.
It was not until the 24th Instt (after my return from Philadelphia) that I had the honor to...
My sensibility is deeply affected by this distinguished mark of the affectionate regard of your...
523[Diary entry: 17 November 1786] (Washington Papers)
Friday 17th. Mercury at 38 in the Morning—44 at Noon and 45 at Night. Cloudy with drops of rain...
Should this letter get to your hands in time for the Sailing of Captn Ellwood—and you can readily...
525[Diary entry: 8 January 1788] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 8th. Thermometer at 26 in the Morning—32 at Noon and 32 at Night. Wind at East in the...
526[Diary entry: 1 September 1787] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 1st. Dined at Mr. Morris after coming out of Convention and drank Tea there.
Letter not found: to William Deakins, Jr., 10 Jan. 1787. Deakins wrote GW on 10 Jan. : “I have...
528[Diary entry: 31 October 1786] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 31st. Mercury at 41 in the Morning—42 at Noon and 42 at Night. Wind pretty fresh at No....
529[Diary entry: 7 December 1786] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 7th. Mercury at 36 in the Morning—40 at Noon and 36 at Night. Wind Southerly all day and...
As I have no information of Doctr Shiell’s death, nor any connexion with his family or affairs; I...