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Yesterday afternoon Mr. Greenleaf returnd from Boston, and as he, as well as my others...
I nominate the following Gentlemen to be Officers in the Navy Richard Marner, of New York to be a...
The present crisis in the Affairs of the United States cannot fail to engage the attention of...
There being some officers under arrest, it has become necessary to appoint a Court Martial for...
General Hamilton presents his compliments to Major Wilcox—commits to his care the enclosed...
A General Court Marshall is to sit at Philadelphia on the thirteenth of next Month. It may happen...
Your letter of the 15th. I had the pleasure of receiveing the 22d. Instant, and I feel myself...
Your favor of Nov . 20. never came to my hands till the 14th. of Dec. just as I was setting off...
Your favor of Feb. 10. came safely to hand. we were for a moment flattered with the hope of a...
You will no doubt, be surprised at receiving a Letter from one, whose Name you will scarcely be...
The enclosed papers are first the petition of John Hubbard, second a certificate from Mr Sprague...
The Bearer Mr. Mariner, is the son of Capt. Mariner at Rye, whose services during the last war, I...
Since my personal application to you Mr Lawrence and Mr Watson senators from the State of New...
14[Diary entry: 27 February 1799] (Washington Papers)
27. The Snow which fell in the afternn. was about 4 Inches deep this morng. Morning heavy & but...