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Letter not found: to George Augustine Washington, 24 Dec. 1785. On 3 Feb. 1786 George Augustine Washington acknowledged receipt of “Your favor of the 24th Decr.”
Letter not found: from George Augustine Washington, 20 Aug. 1787. On 26 Aug. GW wrote George Augustine: “your letter of the 20th . . . came by the Post yesterday evening.”
Letter not found: from George Augustine Washington, 22 July 1787. GW wrote George Augustine on 29 July: “Your letter of the 22d is before me.
Letter not found: from George Augustine Washington, 5 Aug. 1787. On 12 Aug. GW wrote George Augustine : “This letter is in acknowledgement of yours of the 5th Instt.”
Letter not found: from George Hewes, 4 Jan. 1789. ALS , sold in 1939, American Book Prices Current, 45 (1939), 309.
Letter not found: from George Augustine Washington. GW wrote George Augustine on 8 July : “I have your letter of the first before me.”
Letter not found: to George Steptoe Washington, 27 Feb. 1787. On 2 Mar. George Steptoe Washington wrote GW : “I receiv’d your letter dated 27th Feby.”
Letter not found: from George Weedon, 25 Nov. 1787. On 3 Dec. GW wrote Weedon : “I have received your letter of the 25th Ulto.”
Letter not found: from George Augustine Washington, 27 Aug. 1787. On 2 Sept. GW wrote George Augustine: “Your last letter of the 27th Ulto came in due course.”
Letter not found: from George Augustine Washington, 20 May 1787. On 27 May GW acknowledged the receipt of George Augustine Washington’s letter “of the 20th instt.”
Letter not found: from George Augustine Washington, 2 Sept. 1787. On 9 Sept. GW acknowledged George Augustine’s “letter of the 2d of this month.”
Letter not found: from George Augustine Washington, 24 June 1787. On 1 July GW wrote George Augustine : “Your letter of the 24th . . . is before me.”
Letter not found: from George Augustine Washington, 28 May 1787. On 3 June GW wrote George Augustine Washington : “I am sorry to find by your letter of the 28th Ulto . . .”
Letter not found: to George Mason, 15 Nov. 1787. On 27 Nov. Mason wrote GW : “I this Morning received your Favour of the 15th.”
Letter not found: from George Augustine Washington, 12 May 1787. On 17 May GW wrote George Augustine Washington : “Your letter of the 12th is this instt put into my hands.”
Letter not found: from George Augustine Washington, 9 Oct. 1784. On 25 Nov. GW wrote to William Washington : “From a letter dated the 9th of last month from my Nephew Geo: Augte Washington. ...”
Letter not found: from George Clinton, 26 Dec. 1784. On 5 April 1785 GW wrote to Clinton : “Your other letter of the 26th of December came duely to hand.”
Letter not found: to George Augustine Washington, 8 Dec. 1784. On 25 Feb. 1785 George Augustine wrote to GW : “I received with inexpressible pleasure Your two friendly Letters of the 26th of Novr, and 8th of Decr.”
Letter not found: from George Clinton, 12 Nov. 1784. On 25 Nov. GW wrote to Clinton : “A few days ago I had the pleasure to receive your favor of the 12th Instt.”
Letter not found: from George Augustine Washington, 10 or 11 June 1787. On 15 June GW wrote George Augustine Washington “to acknowledge the receipt of the letters from Mount Vernon of the 10th & 11th,” one of which may have been from Mrs. Washington.
If the servant man (William) who I left at Rocky Hill to take care of his sick wife, is yet there, be so good as to give him a Pass. & order him to proceed to New York in the stage—He will find me there, or he may report himself to Colo. Smith if I should not.I am, Sir Yr most obed Servt Printed Source--Washington, Pa. Reporter.
Letter not found: from George Walton, 15 Mar. 1789. On 29 May GW wrote to Walton : “I have received by Colonel Gunn your honors letters of the 11th and 15th of March.”
I had the honor of addressing a letter to Your Excellency from Baltimore on the Subject of our state proceedings respecting the Order of Cincinnati. I have never been able to procure the printed Copies till lately which are now inclosed with a Copy also of the proceeding of the Georgia line. Wishing You the compliments of the season. Am with every Sentiment of Esteem Your Most Obt Servt DSoC .
By this Express, your Excellency will receive the requests of the Pay Master and Quarter Master, Generals, for the Loan of One thousand Dollars each, to enable them to supply the present necessities of the Army—if the terms of their proposals are agreeable, I should be very happy in your Excellency’s compliance with their requests. I have the honor to be Your Excellency’s Most Obedt Servant...
I do myself the honor to inclose to your Excellency Copy of a Letter from Generals McDougall Clinton & Cortlandt in favor of Majr Hamtramck. My knowledge of that Officer is such, as makes the task of Recommendg him to the notice of the Government of this State, extremely pleasing—being assured that if it shall be in their power to favor his views his conduct will always justify any appointment...
You will excuse me I hope, for not having acknowledged the receipt of your favours of the 21st & 25th of Feby at an earlier period. The truth is, I have been much hurried, and a good deal from home, since they came to this place. I thank you for your obliging attention to the apples, which were very good & arrived safely, and Mrs Washington joins me in thanking you also for your kind present...
It was with equal pain and surprize I was informed by Colo. Hanson on Monday last, of your unjustifiable behaviour in rescuing your brother from that chastisement which was due to his improper conduct; and which you know, because you have been told it in explicit language, he was authorized to administer whensoever he should deserve it. Such refractory behaviour on your part, I consider as an...
I take Pleasure to wright to your Exallecy that you have Gaind all your land on millers Run—the persons who lives on the land are Determined to Go off amadetely. and will not lye—it wood be well a nuff not to Destress them any more—I do not think the land Can be Sold yet. money is So Scares here—Charles Morgan is to meet me On the land Next friday to Runrou[n]d it and mark the lines plane—if...
At the Request of the Cincinnati of South-Carolina, I have the honour to forward herewith, for the Favour of your Excellency’s Signature, an Hundred and two Diplomas. The Box containing them, encloses, also, a Return of the Members for whom they are intended: The additional Diplomas are meant for those who may chuse to have Duplicates; excepting one, which is designed for Lieutenant-Colonel...
Tho’ I did myself the honor of filling more than one sheet of Paper in answer to your Excellencys last favor, very recently, by the hands of Doctor Baynham, Yet as my very worthy friend Doctor Ruston came from London to Bath, and from thence hither, on purpose to desire to be introduced to some of our friends in Virginia where He and his family are unknown; I trust you will excuse the liberty...