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Prompted by the purest principles of patriotism, and inspired with the warmest zeal for the...
I thank you for your Excellent Address. The patriotic Sentiments and Spirited resolutions...
I thank you for this Address. The national honour and dignity of So many Nations have been...
Inclosed is the Attorney General’s Opinion, and you will see by the date, that it was not, his...
I arrived here yesterday about 7 O’clock a.m. and after breakfasting visited Governor Island...
It is with a painful degree of diffidence I venture, even for a moment, to intrude on the time...
Amidst the numerous addresses from our Fathers & Brethren throughout United America, on the...
but I was thinking so much of Quincy, that I mechanically dated from thence; when I sent Letters...
Mr. Edmund Soper, on whose Accounts I wrote to you sometime since, is now going to Philadelphia...
I enclose a Duplicate of a Letter which I have lately received from Mr Adams. I have not heard of...
Every day brings fresh confirmations of the truth of the prediction to our Envoys, that the...
The Secretary of war, requests the opinion of the gentlemen composing the military committee of...
13[Diary entry: 13 June 1798] (Washington Papers)
13. Morning, Mer. 68 & clear. Clouds but no rain all day. Mer. 72 at Night. Mr. Fitzhugh, Lady &...
It is now near four weeks since any person of this family has heard from you, although you were...
I have received, and thank you, for your favour of the 6th instant and its enclosure. It is very...
An ardent wish that young Custis should apply closely to his studies, & conduct himself with...