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41 Washington, George Jay, John From George Washington to John Jay, 29 March 1779 1779-03-29 I do myself the honor to transmit the inclosed extract of a letter which I have just received...
42 Washington, George Jay, John From George Washington to John Jay, 2 April 1779 1779-04-02 I have had the Honor to receive Your Excellency’s two Favors of the 24th Ulto, with their...
43 Washington, George Jay, John From George Washington to John Jay, 12 April 1779 1779-04-12 I have been honored with yours of the 4th and 7th instants. Inclosed you have the proceedings of...
44 Washington, George Jay, John George Washington to John Jay, 14 April 1779 1779-04-14 [ Middlebrook, New Jersey, April 14, 1779. ] Explains dispute with Major General Horatio Gates....
45 Washington, George Jay, John From George Washington to John Jay, 14 April 1779 1779-04-14 I have received your several favors of the 2d 3d and 28th of March, & 6th of April. I thank you...
46 Washington, George Jay, John From George Washington to John Jay, 15 April 1779 1779-04-15 I have only to acknowledge your Excellency’s favr of the 8th instant and to inclose you three New...
47 Washington, George Jay, John From George Washington to John Jay, 20 April 1779 1779-04-20 I am honored with yours of the 12th Instant with the several Resolves of Congress referred to,...
48 Washington, George Jay, John George Washington to John Jay, [22–23] April 1779 1779-04-22 Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] April [ 22–23 ] 1779 . States that unless the quartermaster general...
49 Washington, George Jay, John George Washington to John Jay, 23 April 1779 1779-04-23 Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] April 23, 1779 . Asks why Continental frigates are kept in port. Asks...
50 Washington, George Jay, John From George Washington to John Jay, 23 April 1779 1779-04-23 In one of your former letters; you intimate, that a free communication of Sentiments will not be...