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By George Washington President of the U. S. of am⟨erica⟩ a Proclamation. Whereas every nation has...
I find myself incompetent to form any decided opinion upon the paper I received from you the...
Although, in the present unsettled state of the Executive Departments under the Government of the...
Your letter of Sunday came to my hands yesterday, and for the Pamphlet enclosed, I thank you. The...
Letter not found: to John Jay, 27 Aug. 1790. On 28 Aug. 1790 Jay wrote to GW about “the Case...
The President of the United States presents to the Chief Justice of the United States a volume of...
It is with singular pleasure that I address you as Chief Justice of the supreme Court of the...
Since writing to you by Mr Bayard—about the first of November —I have been favored with your...
Would there be prudence, justice or policy in extending mercy to the Convict mentioned in the...
The President of the United States presents his best Compliments to the Chief Justice of the...
The President of the United States hath read with attention the Papers herewith returned,...
Your favor of the 27th of Jany came safely to hand (but not by Judge Cushing) as did your letter...
(Private) My dear Sir, Mount Vernon Novr 19th 1790 The day is near, when Congress is to commence...
Your two letters of the 14th instant came duly to hand. With respect to Mr Pickman, I beg you to...
The President of the United States presents his Compliments to Mr Jay, and informs him that the...
A few days ago I was conversing with you on the points contained in the enclosed queries, when a...
Your favor of the 8th instant from Albany, was duly received; but not before arrangements for...
On tuesday last I returned from my tour to the westward; on monday, Congress, by adjournment, are...
Accept, my dear Sir, my thanks for your note of the 25th Instant—enclosing a copy of Mr Bayards...
Your letter of the 23d of June from London (and duplicate) have both been received; and your safe...
Your letter of the 29th Ulto resigning the Office of Chief Justice of the United States I...
The indisposition, and consequent absence from Mount Vernon of my Nephew, Majr Washington, to...
You judged very right when in your letter of the 18th Ulto you observed I "can have very little...
I certify, that the transcript below, which was permitted to be extracted from a report of the...
This encloses a copy of my last —written, as you will readily perceive, with much haste; as one...
You will have learnt from the public Gazettes, and through other more authentic channels, that...
At as early an hour this morning, as you can make convenient to yourself, I should be glad to see...
(Secret & confidential) My dear Sir, Philadelphia 29th April 1794 Receive, I pray you, the...
I thank you for the Nankeen Cotton-seed with which you had the goodness to furnish me. It shall...
Being informed by Colo. Hamilton (yesterday) that you propose to commence your Southern tour...
The enclosed, under cover from Sir John Sinclair, came to my hands a few days since. I sincerely...