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2251[Diary entry: 19 February 1798] (Washington Papers)
19. Mer. at 22 in the morning. Wind at No. Et. & extremely cloudy. About 4 O’Clock it began to...
The day on which I had the pleasure of seeing you at George Town was so extremely cold, that I...
Paris, 19 Feb. 1798 . Although it has been several years since he has written, he wishes to...
Your favor in answer to mine by Mr. Giles gives me much comfort. I had almost concluded that the...
In obedience to the Law of the United States of the third of March 1797, entitled “an Act...
I regret that my occupations have not permitted me to give your report more than a cursory...
2257[Diary entry: 20 February 1798] (Washington Papers)
20. An extremely heavy Sleet—with little or no wind. Mer. at 28. A mixture of Hail & rain had...
In answer to your letter of yesterday’s date, I request you would inform Mr Sim’s that I cannot...
I do not conceive it necessary to use any Arguments that I am master of, in favour of Liberty, in...
I arrived in this City on Saturday senight and immediately waited on the President; He gave me a...
The house having agreed to so much of the amendment reported by the commee as proposed to strike...
You will have been justly surprised that your letter to me, dated so long ago as Nov. 17. 1796....
I received your kind Letter of Feb’ ry 9th and was quite rejoic’d to hear that mrs Baxter was...
The inclosed is an extract of a private letter which I have just recd. from Mr. Higginson, &...
Your known philanthropy and attachment to Christianity, emboldens me to present for your perusal...
Having received the original treaty concluded between the United States and the Government of...
London, February 21, 1798. “… J’ai bien plus de pardons a vous demander pour un objet...
2268[Diary entry: 21 February 1798] (Washington Papers)
21. Mer. at 32 in the Morning & very cloudy—the wind at No. Et.—where it remained all day. In the...
Upon communicating the contents of your letter to Mr Simms he declared he could not comply with...
I recieved duly your welcome favor of the 15th. and had an opportunity of immediately delivering...
1797. Nov. 30. good cautions to prevent fire . Adams & Larkin’s paper of this date. Dec. 1....
By your letter to my brother dated 3. January which he has just received I find that at the time...
2273[Diary entry: 22 February 1798] (Washington Papers)
22. About an inch of Snow fell last Night—Mer. 32—morning clear. Wind So. Westerly till 10...
Letter not found: from Clement Biddle, 22 Feb. 1798. On 3 Mar. GW wrote Biddle : “your letter of...
I enclose you Mr Anderson’s draft on you for £57.3.1½—The draft which you proposed to give me on...
I wrote you some time ago, in answer to your’s enclosing the copies of the correspondence with Mr...
Yours of the 12th. is recieved. I wrote you last on the 15th. but the letter getting misplaced,...
Yours of the 12th. is recieved. I wrote you last on the 15th. but the letter getting misplaced,...
I wrote you last on the 15th. since that we are quieted by an entire confidence in the account...
Since writing my letter of this morning yours of the 12th. inst. is come to hand. I very much...