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51Farm Reports, 16–22 April 1797 (Washington Papers)
1797 April 16 in the Morning 54 S.E. & Rainy 56 S.E. & rain 54 S.E. & rain 17 56 S.E. & clear 60...
When you first ascended the highest seat in the Government of the United States, I could not but...
I intended to have availed myself before this time of the permission you was pleased to give me,...
We should have answered your favour of the 31st of March earlier but waited for information from...
To-day a Jerseyman called on me to enquire whether I knew of any agent of yours in this city, who...
Permit an individual from a remote part of America, to address you, an individual little known in...
I have flatter’d myself should have got what fine herrings I want from your fishing Landing, but...
58Farm Reports, 23–29 April 1797 (Washington Papers)
1797 April 23d Morning 57 Thunder & Rain 59 W. Rain 57 W. cloudy 24 57 N.E. cloudy & rain 58 N.E....
I have the Honor of your favor of the 22d Instt with the Inclosures. In this and in every other...
Upon considering the writing more attentively, which pass’d between us, respecting the land—I...
Before you left this City you mentioned you wanted a pump for raising water about sixty feet, if...
The solicitude which you have expressed in several of your communications to Congress for the...
I should not have mention’d my disappointment in not geting fish had I thought there had been...
What you offer me for Doing your Work is entirely too little if you will give a Dollar a Day and...
I have the pleasure of enclosing a Certificate of the Transfere of the 41 shares promised by...
The Letter which you did me the Honour to write to me on the 12 th of January came to my hands...
As I forward several copies of the news Paper that contained the advertisement concerning your...
According to Your directions I have Enquired in George town about the Stoves but there is no Such...
A Servant of yours a few days ago request’d to be inform’d if there was any Vessell at Alexandria...
From my Early Acquaintance with you I have taken the liberty of Addressing you in an Appointment...
Not meeting myself with any private conveyance, I have committed to the Atty Genl the care of...
I had the Honor of your favor of the 28th so late on Friday that I cou’d not answer it by Post,...
On looking over mr Lears Account in the Bank Books, this morning, I find that He has Drawn the...
I embrace the earliest opportunity to transmit a Copy of the documents refered to in the...
I do most Chearfully accept from your self and Mrs Washington, as a testimony of so valued a...
Two English farmers, who wish to farm Lands in this part of the Country, have desired an...
I have seen Mr Smith and had Conversation with him respecting Reed & Ford, & the Probability of...
As you have got yourself released from the Burthen of the exalted public Station you had long...
I think it probable that there will be a house of representatives to-morrow and perhaps a Senate...
I received your much esteemed favor of the 7th Inst. ⅌ Mr Custis on Wednesday last—also an Order...
The above account would have been forwarded ere this had I not been absent from America. You will...
I have made inquiry concerning Colo. Biddle. He is apparently wealthy, at this time, and is...
In pursuance to a conversation I had with you at Mt Vernon I have proceeded as near as I could...
Letter not found: Samuel Stanhope Smith to GW, 18 May 1797. On 24 May GW wrote Smith : “Your...
I have had the pleasure to receive your favour of May 15th—and while I rejoice that you enjoy...
Your Excellency will justly think this address a piece of presumption, the nature of the business...
I am encouraged to address this letter to you, not only from the great & amiable Character which...
The deed thou enclosed to me for 15 Shares in the Potomack Company has been recorded and is now...
You may think strange to see the enclosed, but I beg your patience, to view what comes from my...
Words cannot express my present sensations, a heart overflowing with joy at the success of...
Mr Peter informs me that you wish to know more particularly respecting the Carpenters engaged for...
I have the pleasure to acknowledge your favour by the Alexandria mail of May 26th. On applying to...
With diffidence I now address you, in consequence of having failed, after my first Voyage from...
Such a length of time having elapsed since I had the pleasure of seeing you last, that I shou’d...
We duely received your communication of the 19th and in consequence shall immediately take the...
I have the pleasure to inclose two letters received yesterday from Europe, to your address. I was...
By Mr W. Bowie of Georgetown, who Undertakes to forward them, I have sent you the Unguent...
With a heart oerflowing with gratitude, love, and joy, I return you thanks for your favour of the...
I take the liberty to enclose you a copy of my American Gazetteer, whh is just from the press, &...
Sir John Sinclair presents his best respects to General Washington, & has the pleasure of sending...