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1 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 26 July 1789 1789-07-26 In the first moments of my ability to sit in an easy chair (and that not entirely without pain) I...
2 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 21 September … 1789-09-21 Your letter of the 12th instt came duly to hand. I have given the subject of it every...
3 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 23 March 1790 1790-03-23 The only answer I can give to your letter of the 11th Instt is, that under my present view of the...
4 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 28 March 1790 1790-03-28 Your letter of the 15th enclosing the Act of Assembly authorising an agreement with Mr Alexander...
5 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 11 April 1790 1790-04-11 I have given my consent in the manner the law directs, to the agreement you have made with Mr...
6 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 15 June 1790 1790-06-15 Your letter of the 2d Instant came duly to hand. If there are any Gazettes among my files at...
7 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 25 June 1790 1790-06-25 According to promise, you ought to have received the enclosed at an earlier period; but no...
8 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 12 December … 1790-12-12 On my return to this City, at Elkridge landing (eight miles beyond Baltimore) a Negroe fellow of...
9 Washington, George Johnson, Thomas Commission, 22 January 1791 1791-01-22 Know Ye, That reposing special Trust and Confidence in the Integrity, Skill, and Diligence of...
10 Washington, George Stuart, David Circular on the State of American Agriculture, 25 … 1791-08-25 Some enquiries having been made of me by important Characters on the state of agriculture in...
11 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 18 October 1791 1791-10-18 Bladensburgh [Md.] Oct. 18th 1791 Dear Sir, half past 5 Oclock A. M. I pray you to drop me a line...
12 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 20 November … 1791-11-20 I had heard before the receipt of your letter of the 29th of October—and with a degree of...
13 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 23 November … 1791-11-23 After closing my letter to you of the 20th I recollected that I had omitted to take notice of...
14 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 8 March 1792 1792-03-08 In a short letter which I wrote to you by the last Post, I promised a lengthy one by the Post of...
15 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 8 April 1792 1792-04-08 The letter from the Commissioners to Mr Jefferson of the has been laid before me, and I have...
16 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 9 July 1792 1792-07-09 Although I did not acknowledge the receipt of the letter you wrote to me some time ago respecting...
17 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 21 October 1792 1792-10-21 You informed me when I was at George Town on my way to this City that Colo. Mercer, upon...
18 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 30 November … 1792-11-30 Knowing that tomorrow is the time appointed for the monthly meeting of the Commissioners at...
19 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 1 February 1793 1793-02-01 Yesterday I wrote two letters to the Commissioners. One public, the other private. The first...
20 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 3 March 1793 1793-03-03 The Official letter from the Commissioners to me—dated the 8th of last Month—promising their...
21 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 4 March 1793 1793-03-04 Since writing my letter of yesterday, I have recd the enclosed from Mr Jefferson, w[hic]h I send...
22 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 9 April 1793 1793-04-09 On Thursday next at one o’Clock, I mean to pay the last respect to the remains of my deceased...
23 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 20 January 1794 1794-01-20 Your letter of the 6th instant came duly to hand. As you appear to have taken a final...
24 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 13 April 1794 1794-04-13 I have been favored with your letter of the 4th instt and thank you for the information...
25 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 21 September … 1794-09-21 Your letter of the 14th instt has been duly received. As it was, and is, my earnest wish to...
26 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 6 April 1795 1795-04-06 Your letter of the 22d Ulto came duly to hand. I shall keep Mr White, with others, in...
27 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 5 August 1795 1795-08-05 By the Mail which came into Alexandria, this day, I have received letters, advising me of the...
28 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 7 February 1796 1796-02-07 I am glad to find by the last letters which we have received from our friends in the Federal...
29 Washington, George Stuart, David From George Washington to David Stuart, 8 January 1797 1797-01-08 Your letter of the 18th Ulto with its enclosures, came to hand in the usual course of the Post;...