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I am still to acknowledge my dear and ever honoured mother as the most attentive and punctual of...
11752[Diary entry: 19 January 1798] (Washington Papers)
19. More lowering & likely to snow than yesterday. Wind still Northerly—And Mer. at 26 in the...
Your letter of the 8th instant came to hand opportunely, as Mr Augustus Woodward (in whose favour...
Mr Burwell, who will present this letter to you, having become, or is likely to become, a...
A stated meeting of the American Philosophical Society, is to be held, this evening, at the usual...
Since the Rect. of your Letter , which was long in coming to hand, I have seen two most abusive...
I nominate William Miller of Pennsilvania to be Commissioner of the Revenue of the United States....
The President of the United States requests the Pleasure of Mr. Thomas Company to Dine, on...
I am not without apprehension that I may commit an impropriety by the present mode of address—if...
A representation has been made to me by the judge of the Pennsylvania district of the United...
Philadelphia, January 18, 1798. “… The President having thought proper to dismiss Mr Tench Coxe...
11762[Diary entry: 18 January 1798] (Washington Papers)
18. Lowering, with the wind pretty fresh from the Northward in the morning. Mer. then 38–32 at...
In Consequence of what you was pleased to Mention to me last Monday, I Applied to those Gentlemen...
I received Your Letters of December the 30 & Jan ry 1 st accept my thanks for them. the Letter...
The situation of Affairs, between the United States, and the Cherokee Indians, having evinced the...
I have been a long time possessed of your letter of the 26 Decemr without replying, which has...
11767[Diary entry: 17 January 1798] (Washington Papers)
17. Clear & pleasant wind Southerly. Mer. 30 in the Morng.—56 at the height and 48 at Night. Abt....
I have received your Letter and congratulate you on your Success, in obtaining a Loan from the...
I have this moment resd your favour of the 13th. and should be happy to give you any Information...
11770[Diary entry: 16 January 1798] (Washington Papers)
16. Clear morning & brisk Southerly Wind. Mer. at 43 in the morning—53 at its highest and 51 at...
Letter not found: from Clement Biddle, 16 Jan. 1798. On 29 Jan. GW wrote Biddle : “Your letter of...
I herewith inclose Mr. O’Brien’s letter, pursuant to your Excellency’s instructions. I thought it...
11773[Diary entry: 15 January 1798] (Washington Papers)
15. Southerly Wind—Soft morng. thin clouds. Mer. at 46 at Sunrise—50 at Noon & 50 at Night. Slow...
Your letter of the 28th of Decr with a P.S. of the 7th instt was delivered to me the 12th by Mr...
I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of your much esteemed Letter of the 10th Inst. the...
If in the Course of Your Excellency’s leisure your may be pleased to cast Your eye over the Poem...
This moment my Dear Eliza, we descended from the carriage—after a journey, so far, much more...
11778[Diary entry: 14 January 1798] (Washington Papers)
14. A little lowering all day with but little wind and that Southerly. Mer. at 36 in the Morning...
Letter not found: from Alexander Spotswood, 14 Jan. 1798. On 11 Feb. GW wrote Spotswood : “Your...
Having to remit to mr Higginbottom on account of Rives & co. at Milton 217.64 D I have his advice...
I enclose you mr Barnes’s note for 500. Dollars to mr Hopkins to be taken up at ten days sight,...
I have in my last indisputably proved that Col. Cresap was not concerned in the death of Logan’s...
I recieved some time ago from mr Edmund Randolph a note signed by mr Lyons & yourself undertaking...
Your favor of the 7th. inst. came to hand yesterday. those of Nov. 15. 21. & 28. had been...
In my letters to Dr Currie, I have supposed the Influenza in 1789 to be a new disease in the...
11786[Diary entry: 13 January 1798] (Washington Papers)
13. Clear & no wind in the morning. Mer. at 28—greatest height 48—in the evening at 43. Calm &...
your letter of the 14th. Dec. did not arrive at Belmont till the 1st. inst: it did not lie in...
It is with extreme pain that I find myself constrained, in justice to my own reputation, to...
The only apology I can offer for troubling you is, that, I know, your highest gratification is to...
11790[Diary entry: 12 January 1798] (Washington Papers)
12. Clear, & wind Southerly. Mer. at 24 in the morning—42 greatest height and 32 at Night.
I enclose the letter from Colo. F. Deakins which I mentioned to you yesterday. Any Commands you...
Permit me to request your care of the enclosed letter to Mr Williams, our Consul at Hamburgh, in...
I did not arrive here untill the 6th Instant having been detained at home by the indisposition of...
An apology is due for the long delay on my part in replying to your favour of Decr 17th—Mr Barker...
I this moment have Been honoured with yours of the 31st. Ulto. But having just returned from the...
11796[Diary entry: 11 January 1798] (Washington Papers)
11. Clear, with the wind fresh all the forenoon from No. Wt. Mer. at 25 in the Morng.—36 at its...
Your favour of the 8th has been duly received, and I now write, more for the purpose of...
Your favor of July 6. was to have found me here: but I had departed before it reached this. it...
I recieved, my dear Catharine, from the hands of your brother, the letter you have done me the...
I am in hopes you are by this time in the regular reciept of Bache’s papers; and in a few days...