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1 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 28 August 1790 1790-08-28 Your favour of July 20. came safely to hand, together with the Memorial of Monsieur de Latombe of...
2 Washington, George Hancock, John George Washington to John Hancock, 28 August 1790 1790-08-28 Your favor of July 20th. came safely to hand, together with the Memorial of Monsieur de Latombe...
3 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 22 February … 1790-02-22 I have been honored with your Excellencys letter of the 10th inst. enclosing a Resolve of the...
4 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 26 October 1789 1789-10-26 The President of the United States presents his best respects to the Governor, and has the honor...
5 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 23 October 1789 1789-10-23 I have this moment received your Excellen[c]y’s polite letter of today—and have the honor to...
6 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 22 October 1789 1789-10-22 A few miles west of this village I met the Express, who delivered me Your Excellency’s letter of...
7 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 9 May 1789 1789-05-09 I am taking the earliest occasion of acknowledging the receipt of the letter, which you did me...
8 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 15 November … 1783-11-15 The very favorable opinion you are pleased to entertain of my public conduct, and the kind...
9 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 8 October 1783 1783-10-08 I do myself the honor to transmit to your Excellency the Copy of a Letter I have just received...
10 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 16 September … 1782-09-16 The present superiority of the British Fleet upon this Coast, naturally makes the Marquis de...
11 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 10 August 1782 1782-08-10 Your Excellency will permit me to introduce to your particular Notice & Attention M. Genl D....
12 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 10 August 1782 1782-08-10 Your Excellency will be informed by B. Genl De Choisey, who does me the Honor to be the Bearer of...
13 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 8 May 1782 1782-05-08 As the plan of Campaign must depend entirely on the means that are put into my hands, of which I...
14 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 4 May 1782 1782-05-04 I find myself arrived at that period, at which I hoped to have seen the Batallions of the several...
15 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 3 August 1781 1781-08-03 I this day receiv’d a Letter from the Count Rochambeau, a copy of which is inclos’d, respecting...
16 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 30 July 1781 1781-07-30 I did myself the Honor to address your Excellency under the 25th June last—requestg that you...
17 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 14 July 1781 1781-07-14 General Heath, in a letter of the 4th inst. informs me that the state have about 52 Pipes of...
18 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 8 July 1781 1781-07-08 I have not been honored with an answer to my several letters of the 24th and 25th of May and of...
19 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 25 June 1781 1781-06-25 I find I shall be under the necessity of drawing down all the Continental Troops which are at...
20 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 15 June 1781 1781-06-15 I flatter myself that proper Measures have been before this Time taken to procure the number of...
21 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 4 June 1781 1781-06-04 One thousand Militia in addition to four hundred Troops having been deemed necessary to the...
22 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 2 June 1781 1781-06-02 The proposed operations of the campaign will occasion such a demand for heavy cannon and military...
23 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 25 May 1781 1781-05-25 The great demand we shall have for powder in the proposed operations of the campaign constrains...
24 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 7 May 1781 1781-05-07 Your Excellency will oblige me by having the inclosed delivered to Major General Howe should he...
25 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 17 March 1781 1781-03-17 It would have afforded me the greatest pleasure, had I been able to have extended my late visit...
26 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 21 February … 1781-02-21 I had the honor of receiving your Excellency’s favor of the 5th by General Warner, to whom I gave...
27 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 17 February … 1781-02-17 Major General Howe having an inclination—during our present moments of tranquility & the...
28 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 19 January 1781 1781-01-19 I should not trouble Your Excellency, with such reiterated applications on the score of supplies,...
29 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 19 January 1781 1781-01-19 My Aide de Camp Col. Laurens is charged with a commission of the most critical importance from...
30 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 9 January 1781 1781-01-09 I have been honored with your Excellency’s favors of the 17th of November and 22d of December....
31 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 5 January 1781 1781-01-05 It is with extreme anxiety and pain of mind, I find myself constrained to inform your Excellency,...
32 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 31 October 1780 1780-10-31 Upon the representation of Mr Morey that two Negro Men belonging to him, were detained as...
33 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 2 November 1777 1777-11-02 Your Favor of the 25th I received on Monday Afternoon. You have my warmest wishes for your...
34 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 24 October 1777 1777-10-24 I do myself the honor of transmitting to Congress the inclosed copies of sundry letters just now...
35 Washington, George Hancock, John George Washington to John Hancock, 22 October 1777 1777-10-22 [ Whitpain Township, Pennsylvania ] October 22, 1777 . Regrets that Hancock is forced to retire...
36 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 22 October 1777 1777-10-22 It gives me real pain to learn, that the declining state of your health, owing to your unwearied...
37 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 21 October 1777 1777-10-21 I last night had the honor to receive your Letter of the 17th Instant with its several...
38 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 18 October 1777 1777-10-18 I do myself the honour to transmit you the inclosed most interesting and agreeable intelligence...
39 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 16 October 1777 1777-10-16 I have been duly honoured with your Favors of the 12th & 13th Instant, with their several...
40 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 13–14 October … 1777-10-13 Since I had the honor of addressing you on the 11th Inst., nothing material has happened between...
41 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 10–11 October … 1777-10-10 On Wednesday Evening, I received the honor of your Letter of the 7th with its several Inclosures....
42 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 8 October 1777 1777-10-08 As General How’s Operations are in this Quarter & his Object in all probability fixed for this...
43 Washington, George Hancock, John George Washington to John Hancock, 7 October 1777 1777-10-07 Near Pennypackers Mill [ Pennsylvania ] October 7, 1777 . Reports American losses at Germantown...
44 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 7 October 1777 1777-10-07 Since I had the honor of addressing you on the 5th I have obtained a Return of our loss in the...
45 Washington, George Hancock, John George Washington to John Hancock, 5 October 1777 1777-10-05 Near Pennypackers Mill [ Pennsylvania ] October 5, 1777. Describes the “unfortunate” attack on...
46 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 5 October 1777 1777-10-05 Having received intelligence through Two intercepted Letters, that Genl Howe had detached a part...
47 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 3 October 1777 1777-10-03 Yesterday afternoon, I had the honour to receive your Favours of the 30th Ulto with their...
48 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 29 September … 1777-09-29 I have the honor of yours of the 26th inclosing letters for Comodore Hazelwood and Capt....
49 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 23 September … 1777-09-23 I have not had the honor of addressing you since your adjournment to Lancaster, and I sincerely...
50 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock or Any Member of … 1777-09-22 Letter not found: to John Hancock or Any Member of the Continental Congress, 22 Sept. 1777....