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Amongst the last Aacts of my political life, and before I go hence into retirement, profound ,...
I wou’d not let Mr Bingham (who Says he is about to Visit you) depart without acknowledging the...
Before this will have reached you, you must have seen in the gazettes that I have taken the...
I received with great pleasure the letter you wrote me from Boston, dated the 2d instant—as I...
The considerations which you have often suggested to me, and are repeated in your letter of the...
The letter of which the enclosed is a copy, was received yesterday. The information wch it...
Your letter of the 6th came to hand last night. It would have given me pleasure to have had you...
Under the circumstances which exist to exceed your proposed time of absence so long, is to be...
(Private) Dear Sir German Town [Pa.] Friday 8 Oclock P.M. [8 Aug. 1794] Mr Bradfords letter...
I have given the proceedings of the Court Martial in the case of Captn Willm A. Lee—and the...
Your Letter of the 25 instt, enclosing letters from Generals Wayne & Chapin, & from the...
(Private) Dear Sir Mount Vernon 25th June 1794. Your letter of the 18th instt came to me by the...
Tomorrow I shall commence my journey for Virginia. My absence from the seat of Government will be...
It is my wish to set off for Mount Vernon on Monday next. With some inconvenience to myself, it...
The letter from General Wayne to you, of the 10th of March, I have perused. The Contractors who...
I have considered your report of the 15th instt relatively to the Frigates which are to be built;...
Consider, and report such an answer to the letter herewith enclosed (from the Governor of the...
Your report, dated the 11th instt, respecting the defence of Miro district is approved, and the...
After giving the application contained in the Memorial of Doctr White (herewith returned) all the...
In reply to your letter of yesterday, I observe, that to fortify Annapolis is, in my judgment, a...
If the number of recruits in the Atlantic States, can afford a detachment of fifty men to the...
Your letter of this date, enclosing one from Captn Williamson, is received. I have never...
(Private) Dear Sir, Phila. Feby 15th 1794. You mentioned in the conversations, which I have...
I enclose you a resolve of the Senate of the United States of the 31. Ultimo, and request you...
I have read the proposed message to the “Sachems, Chiefs and Warriors of the Six Nations” and...
The violence with which (from all accounts I have received) the contagious fever in Philada...
(Private) Dear Sir, Mount Vernon Sep. 25th 1793 I have duly received your letters of the 15th &...
The Packet herewith sent, I fd at the Post Office in Alexandria, as I passed through that Town on...
(Private) Dr Sir, Philadelphia Sepr 9th 1793. It was the opinion of the Gentlemen at their...
The enclosed letter from the Governor of the State of Delaware dated the 23d instt came to hand...