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Letter not found: from Timothy Pickering, 3 Dec. 1799. GW’s letter of 24 Nov. to Pickering is...
Letter not found: from Timothy Pickering, 5 Nov. 1799. GW wrote Pickering on 24 Nov. : “Your...
(Private) (& Confidential) Sir, Trenton [N.J.] Oct. 24. 1799 I am this evening honoured with your...
(private) Sir, Trenton [N.J.] Oct. 9. 1799. I received yesterday the inclosed letter from Mr...
(confidential) The most ⟨satisfactory⟩ communication I have it in my power now to make, is the...
The inclosed I have cut from a New-York paper. It reminds me of what I have repeatedly proposed...
(confidential) Sir, Philadelphia August 2. 1799. A letter from Mr Murray of May 17 received this...
(private) Sir, Philadelphia July 18, 1799. I am honoured with your letter of the 14th. La Fayette...
This morning’s mail brought me your letter of the 25th. I will forward the two letters you...
(Confidential) Sir, Philadelphia March 11.1799 I have been honored with your letter of the 3d....
(private) Sir, Philadelphia Feby 28. 1799. I am happy to inform you, that altho’ the evil of the...
(private) Sir, Philadelphia Feby 21. 1799. I have been honoured with your letter of the 21st. My...
It will give you additional pleasure to learn that such is the increased and increasing...
Your last letters to be forwarded to Europe I expect will proceed next week. The three for...
I have been so much occupied since the receipt of your letter desiring a copy of one you wrote...
The inclosed interesting pamphlet is a faithful translation from the original French, transmitted...
Recollecting your anxiety that General Pinckney might [not] feel satisfied with the military...
This morning I saw a New-York paper announcing the arrival of General Pinckney, & that on account...
I seize the first conveyance to inform you that General Pinckney is out of France. He embarked...
I have to-day received some letters from Mr King dated in London July 28 August 1st & 5th. By...
I wrote you a hasty letter on the 13th—Upon further consideration, we have judged it most...
(private) Sir Trenton [N.J.] Sept. 13 1798. I have this moment received your favour of the 9th....
By William Craig Esqr. who left this place on the 22d ult. I remitted you fifteen hundred...
(Private) Sir, Trenton [N.J.] Septr 1. 1798. On the 16th of July I was honoured with your answer...
I do myself the honor to send herewith a copy of the acts of Congress of the extraordinary...
My attachment to my country, and my desire to promote its best interests, I trust were never...
The inclosed has just come to hand with Mr King’s public letters. The publication of the...
I do myself the honor to inclose copies of the instructions to and dispatches from the Envoys of...
I duly received your letter of the 6th ulto and must beg your pardon for suffering it to lie so...
In my last I forgot to mention, that Mr Nancrede from Boston, had just left with the three...