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I have recd your favour of the 20th. and have no Objection to the plan you propose of raising a...
I have received the letter of Gen. Hamilton, inclosed in yours of 22 July, which I return as you...
I am not happy enough to be master of language calculated to express the grateful sense I feel...
The enclosed Oration I have taken the liberty to inscribe to “ the man, whom his country loves &...
I Send James this morning, and wish you had better weather to come upon. if you will Send Eliza...
On the 3rd. Instt. (before I left Wilmington) I had the honour of receiving from you a Packet...
In compliance with your request, I beg leave to propose Exeter to your consideration , as a...
As several vacancies are probably about to be made, by the appointments of staff-officers, in my...
I have received your Circular Letter of the 22d. and am pleased to find, there is a prospect,...
Enclosed I have the honor of presenting a letter from Capt. Fondy, recommending Mr. Tobias V....
11[Diary entry: 27 July 1799] (Washington Papers)
27. Morning calm. Mer. at 76. Calm all day. Mer. 88 at highest & 85 at Night.
Recollecting that you had some doubt, at the last General Meeting of the Potomack Company,...
Mr. Ogilvie, intending Soon to pass thro yr Part of the Country, is desirous of the acquaintance...