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31 Washington, George Jay, John George Washington to John Jay, 16 August 1779 1779-08-16 West Point, August 16, 1779. States that England’s rejection of the Spanish offer of mediation...
32 Washington, George Jay, John George Washington to John Jay, 17 August 1779 1779-08-17 West Point, August 17, 1779. Encloses for congressional approval names of men nominated to...
33 Washington, George Jay, John George Washington to John Jay, 21 August 1779 1779-08-21 West Point, August 21, 1779. Explains steps taken to provide Major General John Sullivan’s men...
34 Washington, George Jay, John George Washington to John Jay, 23 August 1779 1779-08-23 [ West Point ] August 23, 1779 . Sends news of capture of Powles Hook by Major Henry Lee....
35 Washington, George Jay, John George Washington to John Jay, 29 August 1779 1779-08-29 West Point, August 29, 1779. Reports British-Spanish rupture. Df , in writing of H, George...
36 Washington, George Jay, John George Washington to John Jay, 7 September 1779 1779-09-07 West Point, September 7, 1779. Describes British troop movements in New York. Discusses probable...
37 Washington, George Jay, John George Washington to John Jay, 14 September 1779 1779-09-14 West Point, September 14, 1779. Sends news of sailing of three British regiments. Df , in writing...
38 Jay, John Enclosure: [Proclamation by George Washington], [April … 1793-04-01 By George Washington President of the U. S. of am⟨erica⟩ a Proclamation. Whereas every nation has...
39 Washington, George Livingston, Philip From George Washington to Philip Livingston and John … 1776-06-29 Genl Washington presents his Complimts to Mr Livingston & Mr Jay—thanks them most cordially for...
40 Washington, George Jay, John From George Washington to John Jay, 20 February 1777 1777-02-20 Your Card of the 8th Ulto I have had the honour to receive, & thank you most sincerely for your...