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1 Smith, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Captain Robert Smith, 18 … 1777-11-18 The Bearer is kind enough to take Charge of a Packet of Letters brot out by a Flag, all private....
2 Smith, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Captain Robert Smith, 2 … 1777-12-02 Hardly any thing has come out to Day. No Passes have been granted from Town. Some Ladies who got...
3 Smith, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Captain Robert Smith, 4 … 1778-10-04 I have been so unfortunate as to have a Relapse of a Fever, with which I was confin’d some Time...
4 Washington, George Smith, Robert From George Washington to Captain Robert Smith, 25 … 1778-10-25 As you are furnished with a Copy of the instructions given to Capt. Stith, you will easily...
5 Smith, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Robert Smith, 3 March 1780 1780-03-03 I am honoured with yours of the 4th ulto to Our House, now desolved by the death of my worthy...
6 Smith, Robert Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Robert Smith, 31 May 1789 1789-05-31 Baltimore, May 31, 1789. Acknowledges receipt of a letter from Hamilton enclosing “a Bond from...
7 Smith, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Robert Smith, 5 September … 1789-09-05 Permit me to inform you, that I shall be happy in Obtaining an appointment in the Judicial...
8 Jefferson, Thomas Smith, Robert From Thomas Jefferson to Robert Smith, 9 July 1801 1801-07-09 When it became necessary for me to name a successor to Mr. Stoddart, as Secretary of the Navy, my...
9 Smith, Robert Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Robert Smith, 13 July 1801 1801-07-13 I have the honor of acknowleging the receipt of your favor of the 9th in which you were pleased...
10 Smith, Robert Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Robert Smith, 20 July 1801 1801-07-20 Instead of proceeding to Washington immediately and of returning, as suggested by you, in the...