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A letter from Colo. S. Smith (of Baltimore) to the Secretary of the Treasury, giving information...
I beg you to accept my thanks for the friendly information contained in your letter of the 20th...
32253[Diary entry: 2 May 1768] (Washington Papers)
2. Cold & chilly wind to the Northward.
I received the enclosed Tax bill by the last post in a letter from Mr Charles Lee who informed me...
With respect to your Letter of the 20th Inst. I can only observe that it appears to me, the...
32256[Diary entry: 23 July 1798] (Washington Papers)
23. Morng. clear—Wind Southerly Mer. 70. Remained so all day. Mer. 76 at N. Mr. Lear came in the...
32257[Diary entry: 13 March 1774] (Washington Papers)
13. Clear and pleasant with but little Wind.
Permit me to introduce to Your Excellency’s Civilities & attention the Count del Vermé an Italian...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] April 29, 1779 . Describes British troop movements in Monmouth County,...
Tappan [ New York ] August 11, 1780 . Explains why appointment of Major William Macpherson cannot...
32261[Diary entry: 10 July 1774] (Washington Papers)
10. Rather Cool all day altho there was but little Wind. That however was Northerly.
I have now had an oppertunity of Examining Ucahula, an Indian Warrior that brought in the Scalps...
It is my wish to set off for Mount Vernon on Monday next. With some inconvenience to myself, it...
Some operations of the army which are in contemplation, will oblige me before the 10th of next...
Your letter of the 12th Inst: came to hand in due course of Post. Nothing short of a very high...
In order to carry into effect a certain survey directed to be made by a Resolve of the Congress...
32267[Diary entry: 7 June 1781] (Washington Papers)
7th. A Letter from the Govr. of Virginia dated at Charlottesville the 28th. Ulto. representing...
32268[Diary entry: 28 October 1774] (Washington Papers)
28. Breakfasted at the Buck Tavern. Dined at Downs’s & lodged at New town upon Chester.
The Resolve of Congress, enclosed in Your Excellency’s favor of Yesterday, for permitting me to...
Your Letters of the 8 and 9. inst: are received. The latter came to me on Saturday morning by...
New Windsor [ New York ] July 1, 1779 . Agrees to requests of the gentlemen in Baron von...
Letter not found: to James Craik, 14 Aug. 1791. In a letter to GW of 31 Aug., James Craik...
32273[Diary entry: 14 December 1768] (Washington Papers)
14. Snowd the best part of last Night and till 2 Oclock this day.
I wrote you on the 16th inst. giving a detail of occurrences to that time—on the next day a...
The last Post brought me your favor of the 26th Ulto, covering Doctr Smiths Draft of the 23d for...
Instructions for Major General St Clair, Major General Baron Kalb, and Brigadier General Knox....
I could not suffer Mr Randolph to quit this Camp with out bearing some testimony of my duty to...
Your letter of the 17th instt came safe to hand, but not before the 26th. I intended to have...
32279[Diary entry: 8 July 1767] (Washington Papers)
8. Do. Do. Do.
You being appointed Captain and Commander of the Armed Schooner Harrison in the Service of the...
32281[Diary entry: 2 January 1760] (Washington Papers)
Jany. 2d. Wednesy. Mrs. Barnes who came to visit Mrs. Washington yesterday returnd home in my...
32282General Orders, 28 July 1781 (Washington Papers)
For the day Tomorrow Major General Heath Colonel Tupper For Picquet Major Gibbs Inspector Captain...
As letters are liable to accidents, & I have had no acknowledgment of one I wrote to you, on the...
I have been favoured with Your Letters of the 1st Instant. I am entirely of opinion with you—that...
The day is come, and the hour at hand, or very nearly—when our journey will commence for...
32286[Diary entry: 19 January 1773] (Washington Papers)
19. More moderate; the Wind getting Southerly but thawd little—lowering in the Evening.
I was in the moment of sending off a dispatch to Count de Rochambeau, of which I have the honor...
32288[Diary entry: 26 December 1797] (Washington Papers)
26. Cloudy morning, & rainy afternoon—wind at So. Et. as it was yesterday. Mer. 32 a 36. Mr....
You are hereby Authorised to enlist in any of the United States of America, all such able...
It affords me the most sensible pleasure to be informed that my accession to the chief Magistracy...
32291[Diary entry: 2 April 1787] (Washington Papers)
Monday 2d. Mercury at 37 in the Morning—56 at Noon and 47 at Night. Morning Mild, calm, & smoaky...
32292[Diary entry: 16 May 1773] (Washington Papers)
16. Little or no Wind, & that being Southerly it grew warm again.
I have recd your Letter of the 7th. Shoes will be issued to the State Companies under your...
Your Favor of the 29th ulto came to Hand as I was on the Road from Phila to this place....
From the inclosed Transcript of a Letter from M. Genl Greene to me, and the Extract of my Reply...
Your Letter of the 15th of Feby accompanying a case of Margeaux wine, came safe to hand. My...
Your polite favor of the 5th Instt I duly received, and thank you much for the information...
In answer to yours of this date, I can only repeat to You what I said last night, & that is, that...
A few days ago Mr Sitgreaves gave me the pleasure of receiving your letter of the 4th of May. It...
I have the pleasure to inform you, of what you have probably heard before this time, that the...