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In consideration of the moderate terms of Mr Fowler’s contract with the public and from a...
I have the pleasure of enclosing a return of all the vessels built within this District from...
3[April 1791] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 7th. April. Recommenced my journey with Horses apparently well refreshed and in good...
4[Diary entry: 7 April 1791] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 7th. April. Recommenced my journey with Horses apparently well refreshed and in good...
The necessity of placing the organization of the Virginia battalion of levies upon a certain...
A second necessity having arisen for my troubling you on the subject of officering the Virginia...
Judging it necessary, before I left Mount Vernon, which I shall do this morning, to place the...
Richmond , 7 Apr. 1791 . He had the honor and the pain of receiving TJ’s friendly letter by Mr....
The recess of Congress, and a relaxation in the business which immediately ensues their...
Norfolk, 7 Apr. 1791 . He has TJ’s of the 17th ult. and is happy his papers arrived safe.—The...