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I inclose you a petition from Robinson who is under sentence of death for your consideration. If...
I have taken into consideration your letter of the 15th of last month, and I approve of the...
Captain Machin being under arrest there would be an impropriety in his transacting any public...
I have the honor to enclose a letter from Monsr Cottineau de Kerloquin requesting an admission...
In my letter of the 15th I acknowledged the receipt of yours of the 11th; since which your...
By twelve OClock on Friday you will have ready all such peices of your park as are most proper to...
I had the Inclosed in my pocket but forgot to give it to you yesterday. I pray you to let the...
After giving the application contained in the Memorial of Doctr White (herewith returned) all the...
Letter not found: to Henry Knox, 25 Jan. 1787. On 8 Feb. Knox wrote GW : “I have received your...
As you are about to meet on other business, it is my desire, that you would take the enclosed...
(Private) Dear Sir, Philadelphia Decr 26th 1791 The enclosed is a private letter from Colo....
Morristown [ New Jersey ] December 8, 1779 . Instructs Knox to send artillery pieces and men to...
My letter of the 15th inst. mentioned that I had not received any letters from you between the...
Amongst the last Aacts of my political life, and before I go hence into retirement, profound ,...
(Private) Dr Sir. [Philadelphia] Thursday Morning Feby 28th 1793 It is much to be regretted that...
Your letter of the 8th instt with its enclosures came duly to hand. It is painful, after the...
Your letter of this date, enclosing one from Captn Williamson, is received. I have never...
The posture of affairs in Europe, particularly between France and Great Britain, places the...
Finding it essential to public Interest that you should superintend the Posts & Military affairs...
Your letter of the 1st inst: I have duly recd—likewise one of the 4th, covering a letter from the...
From present appearances, and the Season of the Year, there is little reason to beleive, that a...
By slow, I wish I could add & sure, movements, the business of the Convention progresses; but to...
The considerations which you have often suggested to me, and are repeated in your letter of the...
I shall be glad to see you as early as you can conveniently make it tomorrow Morning. If matters...
I have recd your Letter of the 17th inst; with it’s enclosure from Genl Wayne. Whatever Genl...
Soon after my last was dispatched to you, I was favoured with the receipt of your letter of the...
The Session of Congress having closed, and it being my intention to go to Virginia as soon as the...
I approve of your sentiments given to the Officers commanding the Regiments at West Point,...
(Private) Dear Sir Mount Vernon 25th June 1794. Your letter of the 18th instt came to me by the...
I have received Colo. Lamb’s letter addressed to you, by which he desires you "to ask me if ever...