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1 Murray, William Vans Washington, George To George Washington from William Vans Murray, 30 … 1793-12-30 Among the candidates for the office of Collector of the port of Annapolis is Mr Pinckney —a young...
2 Murray, William Vans Washington, George To George Washington from William Vans Murray, 21 … 1795-01-21 As a vacancy will happen in the Treasury Department as intimated by the Secretary, it is possible...
3 Murray, William Vans Washington, George To George Washington from William Vans Murray, 1 March … 1795-03-01 Agreeably to the wish you did me the honour of intimating last session I have endeavoured to...
4 Murray, William Vans Washington, George To George Washington from William Vans Murray, 24 … 1796-01-24 You will excuse me I am certain for the liberty I take in mentioning Mr Chase. Without touching...
5 Murray, William Vans Washington, George To George Washington from William Vans Murray, 11 April … 1796-04-11 I find from the atto r ney of this district that Randal is in a course of being judicially try’d...
6 Murray, William Vans Washington, George To George Washington from William Vans Murray, 11 April … 1796-04-11 Since I wrote the inclosed I have conversed with Mr Smith of South Carolina who unites with me in...
7 Murray, William Vans Washington, George To George Washington from William Vans Murray, 8 … 1797-02-08 It is said that a vacancy has occurred in the collectorship of the port of Wilmington, in...