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151 Lear, Tobias Washington, George To George Washington from Tobias Lear, 20 March 1797 1797-03-20 I have the honor to enclose you a bill of Lading for the Articles ship’d on board the Sloop...
152 Peyton, Francis Jr. Washington, George To George Washington from Francis Peyton, Jr., 20 March … 1797-03-20 I am directed by the Council of this Town, to solicit the honor of your company, with the...
153 Wolcott, Oliver, Jr. Adams, John To John Adams from Oliver Wolcott, Jr., 21 March 1797 1797-03-21 The Secretary of the Treasury has the honour to transmit to the President of the United States a...
154 Malcom, James Adams, John To John Adams from James Malcom, 21 March 1797 1797-03-21 Received the following papers and letters which were left in the Office of the late President of...
155 Washington, George [Diary entry: 21 March 1797] 1797-03-21 21. Wind Southerly and fresh all day—clear.
156 Pickering, Timothy Washington, George To George Washington from Timothy Pickering, 21 March … 1797-03-21 On the 18th I was honoured with your letter of the 14th covering an instrument directing the...
157 Scott, Gustavus Washington, George To George Washington from Gustavus Scott, 21 March 1797 1797-03-21 I received whilst at Baltimore from Genl Swan 10 Pounds of the Chiccorry or Succourry Grass seed,...
158 Adams, John Adams, Abigail John Adams to Abigail Adams, 22 March 1797 1797-03-22 Last night for the first time I slept in our new House.— But what a Scene! The Furniture...
159 Coxe, Tench Adams, John To John Adams from Tench Coxe, 22 March 1797 1797-03-22 Mr. Coxe has the honor respectfully to enclose to the President the principal letter from his...
160 Hamilton, Alexander Pickering, Timothy From Alexander Hamilton to Timothy Pickering, [22 March … 1797-03-22 It is now ascertained that Mr Pinckney has been refused and with circumstances of indignity. What...
161 Washington, George [Diary entry: 22 March 1797] 1797-03-22 22. Wind still Southerly and fresh with appearances of Rain. In the Afternoon wind came out brisk...
162 Spotswood, Alexander Washington, George To George Washington from Alexander Spotswood, 22 March … 1797-03-22 I most Sincerely Congratulate you & Mrs Washington on your Return, to Mt Vernon—and to that...
163 Turberville, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Turberville, 22 March … 1797-03-22 Sometime between the years 1740 & 1758, a Richard Magraw, of Fairfax County, Sold a Tract of...
164 Adams, Abigail Adams, John Abigail Adams to John Adams, 23 March 1797 1797-03-23 I received by this Days post your Letters of the 9 th 11 th and 13 th , that of the 13 th I hoped...
165 Washington, George [Diary entry: 23 March 1797] 1797-03-23 23. Cool in the morning but clear & very pleasant afterwards with but little Wd.
166 Jones, Joseph Madison, James To James Madison from Joseph Jones, 23 March 1797 1797-03-23 From good information the Poll between Dawson and Posey was as follows— Spots : Dawson 204 Posey...
167 Jefferson, Thomas Randolph, Thomas Mann From Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, 23 March … 1797-03-23 I arrived at home on the 20th. inst. and found the cherry and peach trees in general blossom....
168 Hobart, Thankful White Adams Adams, Abigail Thankful White Adams Hobart to Abigail Adams, 24 March … 1797-03-24 I take my pen to make a Recuest to you in Behalf of Elisha adams as you are in high...
169 Wolcott, Oliver, Jr. Adams, John To John Adams from Oliver Wolcott, Jr., 24 March 1797 1797-03-24 The Secretary of the Treasury respectfully transmits to the President of the United States, a...
170 Tracy, Uriah Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Uriah Tracy, 23[–24] March … 1797-03-24 You will probably remember, I applied to you for James Johnson of Salisbury in Connecticut, for...
171 Washington, George [Diary entry: 24 March 1797] 1797-03-24 24. Wind at So. Et. with Rain more or less all day.
172 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 24 March 1797 1797-03-24 Once more at home, and I flatter myself recovered from the fatigues of your journey. You have...
173 Adams, Abigail Adams, John Abigail Adams to John Adams, 25 March 1797 1797-03-25 I have neither Seen or heard of any unpleasent remarks or strictures upon your late addresses....
174 Cathcart, James Leander Adams, John To John Adams from James Leander Cathcart, 25 March … 1797-03-25 Having had the honour of being in company with Mr. Jefferson some days past I was advised by him...
175 United States Congress Adams, John To John Adams from United States Congress, 25 March … 1797-03-25 Whereas the Constitution of the United States of America provides that the President may, on...
176 Washington, George [Diary entry: 25 March 1797] 1797-03-25 25. Wind for the most part Southerly—and clear.
177 Bingham, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Bingham, 25 March … 1797-03-25 Amongst the Number that experience the Hospitalities of Mount Vernon, there are none whose...
178 Custis, George Washington Parke Washington, George To George Washington from George Washington Parke … 1797-03-25 A letter from my Sister this morning informed me of your safe arrival at Mount Vernon, which has...
179 Washington, George Lear, Tobias From George Washington to Tobias Lear, 25 March 1797 1797-03-25 Your letter of the 20th instt, with the Bill of lading for the Goods in the Sloop Salem, and...
180 Fitzhugh, Peregrine Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Peregrine Fitzhugh, 25 March … 1797-03-25 Agreeably to my promise I cover you as many Grains of the Cumberland Corn as can be conveniently...