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27651[Diary entry: 1 July 1791] (Washington Papers)
Friday July 1st. Received an Address from the Inhabitants of Frederick town and about 7 Oclock...
I express with great pleasure my obligations to your goodness, and my gratitude for the...
27653[Diary entry: 2 July 1791] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 2d. Set out a little after 4 Oclock and in abt. 6 Miles crossed the line wch. divides...
27654[Diary entry: 3 July 1791] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 3d. Received, and answered an address from the Inhabitants of York town—& there being no...
I receive your congratulations with pleasure, and I reply to your flattering and affectionate...
27656[Diary entry: 4 July 1791] (Washington Papers)
Monday 4th. This being the Anniversary of American Independence and being kindly requested to do...
Your congratulations on my arrival in Lancaster are received with pleasure, and the flattering...
I received your letter of the 20th of April, while I was on my journey to the southward, and...
The enclosed I send this afternoon, for your perusal. Tomorrow, 8’Oclock, I shall send the person...
The enclosed I send this afternoon, for your perusal. Tomorrow, 8’oclock, I shall send the person...
I have received since my return to this place the letter which you were so kind as to write on...
I have recieved, since my return to this place, the letter which you were so kind as to write on...
Without preface, or apology for propounding the following question to you—at this time—permit me...
Letter not found: to William Deakins, Jr., 17 July 1791. On 22 July Deakins referred to GW’s...
Letter not found: to George Augustine Washington, 17 July 1791. GW’s nephew wrote to him on 1...
Your letter of the 6. of May covering one from Colo. Philemon Waters, was put into my hands while...
While I was on my Journey through the Southern States it was not in my power to acknowledge the...
In reply to your letter of the 3rd of march with which I have been honored, I am under the...
As it has ever been a rule with me to make my private concerns give way to my public duties, when...
At the same time that I acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the first of march with which I...
I have received your letters of the 16 of February and 3 of may, and am much obliged by your...
(Confidential) Dear Sir, Philadelphia July 22d 1791 If, without disclosing the object in the...
I have received from Mr Peter the inclosed letter proposing the erection of Warves at the New...
I have just given the enclosed Letters an acknowledgment, & was about to file them; but not...
I have, my dear Sir, to acknowledge the receipt of your favors of the 7 of March and 3 of May,...
I have now before me your favors of the 22d of November—the 1st & 24th of December 1790—and of...
I have just given the enclosed Letters an acknowledgment, and was about to file them; but not...
Upon a full consideration of the reasons offered by Mr. Short, in his correspondence with you,...
I have given your letter to Mr. Short, dated the 28th. instant an attentive perusal.—As you place...
Your favor of the 16 only got to my hands on friday last —Not having my private papers at this...
I have been duly favored with your letters of the 27 & 30 of July; the last of which came to hand...
It appearing to me proper that the Commissioners should be apprised of the pretensions—signified...
(Private) Dear Sir, Philadelphia August 9. 1791. I have received your letter of the 24 ult....
I have had the pleasure, my dear Sir, to receive your friendly letter of the 10th of last...
Letter not found: to Timothy Pickering, 12 Aug. 1791. Timothy Pickering wrote to his brother on...
Letter not found: to James Craik, 14 Aug. 1791. In a letter to GW of 31 Aug., James Craik...
(Private) My dear Sir, Philadelphia August 14th 1791 As it never has been my intention to bestow...
From the last letter I have received from my nephew the Major, I presume he is, ’ere this, on his...
That I may not be thought inattentive to your favor of the 25th of Jany—which came to my hands...
Your favor of the 14th Ulto came duly to hand—but a confinement of some weeks, and much business...
At eight ’oclock A.M. tomorrow, I set out for Mr Powells farm, to see the operation of Colo....
At eight o’clock A:M tomorrow, I set out for Mr. Powells farm, to see the operation of Colo....
Some enquiries having been made of me by important Characters on the state of agriculture in...
Letter not found: to Thomas Hartley, 25 Aug. 1791. Thomas Hartley wrote to GW on 24 Sept. that he...
At the same time that I acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 10th of may, I must beg...
Letter not found: to Anthony Whitting, 26 Aug. 1791. In writing to Anthony Whitting on Monday, 29...
Will circumstances render a postponement of the Sale of Lots in the Federal City advisable? If...
Will circumstances render a postponement of the Sale of Lots in the Federal City advisable? If...
Your favor of the 11th instant came duly to hand—and I have also received the papers from Mount...
The enclosed for Mr Young, I pray you to put under cover to Mr Johnson—the other for Mr Vaughan...