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Washington leaves this today, on a visit to Hope Park; which will afford you an opportunity to...
I find it a subject far from easy, to say what I think had best be done with Washington—His...
When you were here last, I informed you, that from the reputation which the College at Annapolis...
Altho’ it is by no means convenient to me at this time and season, to go to Annapolis, yet as it...
If you, or Mrs Stuart could, by indirect means, discover the State of Washington Custiss Mind, it...
Inclosed I return you the two letters you sent up for my perusal —I was unexpectedly called down...
I have at length recieved a letter from Mr King dated the 26th Augt informing me that a vessell...
I expect you have not had an opportunity of seeing the inclosed address—written by Mr Evans on...
Company, ever since my return home, has prevented my mentioning a matter before, which will be...
Letter not found: to David Stuart, 3 Jan. 1799. On 4 Jan. GW wrote Stuart and referred to “a...