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I think I may address the subject of this letter to Your Excellency with more propriety than to...
As I flatter myself I may indulge a consciousness that my services have been of some value to the...
I am favoured with your two letters of the 30th September. The debate on Indian Affairs which I...
The enclosed is a letter which I had written, and was about to dispatch at the date of it; but...
I am requested by Mr. Oudinarde to transmit you the Inclosed Account. I observed to him that it...
Major Fairly is just setting out on a visit to You I believe on some business relating to the...
I have been favoured with your letter of the 25th. of November by Major Farlie. Sincerely do I...
In my passage through the Jerseys and since my arrival here I have taken particular pains to...
I thank you for your communication of the 3d. When I refer you to the State of the Councils which...
You probably saw some time since some animadversions on certain expressions of Governor Clinton...
Your favor without date came to my hand by the last Post. It is with unfeigned concern I perceive...
I have lately made a fresh application to Congress for a final settlement of my affairs on the...
I am much obliged to Your Excellency for the explicit manner in which you contradict the...
I thank you for the Pamphlet, and for the Gazette contained in your letter of the 30th. Ulto. For...
Capt Cochran of the British navy has requested my aid in recovering a family watch worn by his...
I have had the pleasure to receive your letter dated the 13th.—accompanied by one addressed to...
Your Excellency’s friendly and obliging letter of the 28th Ulto. came safely to hand. I thank you...
In acknowledging the receipt of your candid and kind letter by the last Post; little more is...
A day or two ago the enclosed letters came to my hands. The watch of Genl. Morgan you have for...
The Count de Moustier affording a very favourable conveyance for Captn. Cochrans Watch, I have...
Your two last letters have duly come to hand & the Count De Moustier has delivered me the watch...
Mr. Hamilton will with pleasure execute the command of the President by the time appointed and...
Copy: Library of Congress ⟨Philadelphia, December 9, 1783: Dr. Witherspoon, whom you know, is...
24September 1784 (Washington Papers)
Having found it indispensably necessary to visit my Landed property west of the Apalacheon...
25[Diary entry: 1 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
Having found it indispensably necessary to visit my Landed property west of the Apalacheon...
26[Diary entry: 2 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
Sep. 2. About 5 Oclock we set out from Shepperds; and leaving the Baggage to follow slowly on, we...
27[Diary entry: 3 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
3d. Having business to transact with my Tenants in Berkeley; & others, who were directed to meet...
28[Diary entry: 4 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
4th. Having finished my business with my Tenants (so far at least as partial payments could put a...
29[Diary entry: 5 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
5th. Dispatched my Waggon (with the Baggage) at day light; and at 7 Oclock followed it. Bated at...
30[Diary entry: 6 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
6th. Remained at Bath all day and was shewed the Model of a Boat constructed by the ingenious Mr....
31[Diary entry: 8 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
8th. Set out about 7 oclock with the Doctr. (Craik) his Son William, and my Nephew Bushrod...
32[Diary entry: 9 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
9th. Having discharged the hired Horses which were obtained at the Springs, & hired one more only...
33[Diary entry: 10 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
10th. Set off a little after 5 Oclock altho’ the morning was very unpromissing. Finding from the...
34[Diary entry: 11 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
11th. Set out at half after 5 oclock from Tumbersons, & in about 1½ Miles came to what is called...
35[Diary entry: 12 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
12th. Left Daughertys about 6 Oclock, stopped a while at the Great Meadows, and viewed a tenament...
36[Diary entry: 13 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
13th. I visited my Mill, and the several tenements on this Tract (on which Simpson lives). I do...
37[Diary entry: 14 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
14th. Remained at Mr. Gilbert Simpsons all day. Before Noon Colo. Willm. Butler and the Officer...
38[Diary entry: 15 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
15th. This being the day appointed for the Sale of my moiety of the Co-partnership stock—Many...
39[Diary entry: 16 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
16th. Continued at Simpsons all day—in order to finish the business which was begun yesterday....
40[Diary entry: 17 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
17th. Detained here by a settled Rain the whole day—which gave me time to close my accts. with...
41[Diary entry: 18 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
18th. Set out with Doctr. Craik for my Land on Millers run (a branch of Shurtees [Chartier’s]...
42[Diary entry: 19 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
19th. Being Sunday, and the People living on my Land, apparently very religious, it was thought...
43[Diary entry: 20 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
20th. Went early this Morning to view my Land, & to receive the final determination of those who...
44[Diary entry: 21 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
21st. Accompanied by Colo. Cannon & Captn. Swearingin who attended me to Debores ferry on the...
45[Diary entry: 22 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
22d. After giving instructions to Major Thomas Freeman respecting his conduct in my business, and...
46[Diary entry: 23 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
23d. Arrived at Colo. Philips abt. five oclock in the afternoon 16 Miles from Beason Town & near...
47[Diary entry: 24 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
24th. And crossed it at the Mouth, as it was thought the river was too much swelled to attempt...
48[Diary entry: 25 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
25th. Having obtained the foregoing information, and being indeed some what discouraged from the...
49[Diary entry: 26 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
26th. Having found our Horses readily (for they nevr. lost sight of our fire) we started at the...
50[Diary entry: 27 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
27th. I left Mr. Logston’s a little after day-break. At 4 Miles thro’ bad road, occasioned by...