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The enclosed was left with me by Mr Ledlie to be sent to you, He did not receive it till after he had made his visit to you. I have recd another letter from Mr Tucker of Williamsburg stating the difficulties attending the emancipation of the blacks in Virginia and requesting my advice—The letter is now not in my hands or I would enclose it, When I get it again I will send it to you & shall be...
I have the pleasure to forward the enclosed letter from our Treasurer which will give the best Light I can obtain on the question you submitted to me. Are the people mad! With the highest esteem and the warmest affection I am your friend & ob servant ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. See Lincoln to H, July 10, 1795 .
3[Diary entry: 24 July 1795] (Washington Papers)
24. No. Wt. but very warm, Rain.
The enclosed Letter from the Secretary of State covering the charge made by Mr Greenleaf were received by the mail the Day you left town. Upon such an occasion we thought the sooner an Invitation to Greenleaf to come forward and substantiate his charges was handed to him the better. The enclosed answer to him open and under Cover to the Secretary of State which is also enclosed was forwarded...
The Board have had under Consideration for some days past the Subject of regulating the building of wharves; according to the Powers delegated to them by the Act of the Maryland Legislature passed in 1791: An Abstract of which is herewith inclosed. On a Subject so extensive, it is not to be wondered at that considerable difficulties have occurred: and it is not probable that all will be...
My letter from Baltimore, and the one written by Friday’s Post, dated the 22d instt renders it in a manner, unnecessary for me to add more on the score of the treaty with G. Britain, or on the movements which are taking place thereupon, in different parts than to inform you, that if circumstances should make it more eligable for me to repair to Philadelphia, than for you to come to this place,...
You will see in Bache’s paper of this morning names upon the committee for preparing the address to you, of a very respectable kind. Whether they were present at the meeting, and whether they will act, I cannot yet learn. Mr McKean is understood, however, to be acrimonious against the treaty beyond measure. I hinted in a past letter, that there was something mysterious in one part of the...
After a very mature consideration, we are unanimously of opinion, that an answer be returned to the papers, inclosed in the letter, which you honored me with from Baltimore on the 18th instant. At first, the sentiments contained in the sketch (No. 1.) seemed to prevail wi⟨th⟩ a majority. But the prospect of more and more popular meetings has converted us all to the idea, that an answer may be...
Letter not found: from William Thornton, 24 July 1795. On 29 July, GW wrote to the commissioners for the District of Columbia: “The memorial dated the 24th instt … came duly to hand; as did Doctr Thornton’s letter of the same date.”