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Your letter of the 14th instant ⟨ca⟩me to hand in due course of Post, and ⟨w⟩ould have received...
I cannot, under all the circumstances of the case, satisfy myself, that I am at liberty to go...
Your letter of the 22d instant with its enclosures came duly to hand. Thomas Green’s account of...
I own, that if a loan could be completed to the amount of the whole fourteen millions, or if it...
E. Randolph has the honor of inclosing to the President the draught of a nomination; and begs...
Agreable to the request contained in the Secretary of Wars letter of the 24 of March last I have...
I take the liberty of writing by Mr Maund who is going to Philadelphia, and of introducing him to...
Letter not found: from George Eimbeck, 28 April 1794. An entry in GW’s executive journal for 15...
With the change of the word “ embassy, ” which is a technical term for a particular diplomatic...
I do myself the honor of submitting to your consideration the draught of a letter, intended as an...