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1 Gordon, William Adams, John To John Adams from William Gordon, 13 August 1785 1785-08-13 Yours by your son was a very agreeable letter. I rec d it last wednesday while at the...
2 Gordon, William Adams, John To John Adams from William Gordon, 7 January 1784 1784-01-07 You have very fairly & fully discharged your epistolary account of the preceeding year; which is...
3 Gordon, William Adams, John To John Adams from William Gordon, 8 April 1785 1785-04-08 I hope this will find you at Westminster. I congratulate You upon your late appointment; it was...
4 Gordon, William Adams, John To John Adams from William Gordon, 4 October 1785 1785-10-04 Your two letters of Ap r 27 th & June 26 th were duly received. The first at the President’s,...
5 Gordon, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Gordon, 24 April 1788 1788-04-24 In a late letter to the Marquis de La Fayette I mentioned my design of writing soon to your...
6 Gordon, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Gordon, 6 September … 1787-09-06 When last in town for a few days, I received your very obliging letter ; and, notwithstanding my...
7 Gordon, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Gordon, 8 July 1788 1788-07-08 I trouble you afresh from an apprehension that either your Excellency did not receive my letter...
8 Gordon, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Gordon, 9 December … 1788-12-09 Your obliging favor of Sepr. 2 was duly received. The books not being in sufficient forwardness...
9 Gordon, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Gordon, 15 August 1788 1788-08-15 From William Gordon From the generous encouragement you gave me in your answer to my first letter...
10 Gordon, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Gordon, 20 February … 1787-02-20 I promised myself the honour of being introduced to your Excellency by a letter which my friend...
11 Gordon, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Gordon, 3 April 1788 1788-04-03 I had proposed writing by the present opportunity, before I received your letter of Jany the 1st...
12 Gordon, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Gordon, 28 March 1785 1785-03-28 Your obliging favours of the 8th inst. were recd on the Saturday. From them I infer not only the...
13 Gordon, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Gordon, 24 September … 1788-09-24 I send under cover to Mr Hazard, that so it should not be known at the Coffee house, that I...
14 Gordon, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Gordon, 28 September … 1786-09-28 It is with concern I learn, that the old leaven, which brought on the late American troubles,...
15 Gordon, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Gordon, 7 November … 1785-11-07 Letter not found: from William Gordon, 7 Nov. 1785. GW wrote Gordon on 6 Dec. : “I come now, my...
16 Gordon, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Gordon, 4 February … 1786-02-04 The last week I had the pleasure of seeing Genl Lincoln, from whom I learnt, that You had been so...
17 Gordon, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Gordon, 18 October … 1784-10-18 Letter not found: from William Gordon, 18 Oct. 1784. On 3 Nov. GW wrote to Gordon : “The last...
18 Gordon, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Gordon, 16 February … 1789-02-16 Ringwood in Hampshire (97 miles from London) My Dear Sir Feby 16. 1789 I have at length finished...
19 Gordon, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Gordon, 10 September … 1785-09-10 Till now I have had nothing of late worth communicating, but the following extract from a Letter...
20 Gordon, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Gordon, 28 October–1 … 1788-10-28 The leisure I have enjoyed for a few weeks past, has enabled me to look over my letters, from...
21 Gordon, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Gordon, 19 December … 1785-12-19 I find in my minutes the following story to have been reported, the truth or error of which I...
22 Gordon, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Gordon, 19 September … 1785-09-19 Have ⟨just reed⟩ your letter with the Contents written by Mr Mc⟨Henry⟩, & shall attend to your...
23 Gordon, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Gordon, 13 July 1786 1786-07-13 Your favour of Apr. 20th was forwarded from Boston in May, & was received the beginning of this...
24 Gordon, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Gordon, 10 January … 1785-01-10 In arranging the intelligence obtained from the inspection of your papers, I found that an...
25 Gordon, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Gordon, 28 November … 1785-11-28 My design of publishing is now in such forwardness, that I expect the proposals for the History...
26 Gordon, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Gordon, 9 April 1786 1786-04-09 This will probably be the last letter, you will receive from me till I have crossed the Atlantic....
27 Gordon, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Gordon, 8 March 1784 1784-03-08 It afforded me peculiar pleasure to learn, how your Excellency had secured your public character...
28 Gordon, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Gordon, 26 September … 1785-09-26 I hope your tour has proved satisfactory, & that the obstructions in the river are not...
29 Gordon, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Gordon, 20 January … 1787-01-20 I take the opportunity of a vessel for Boston, that so I may send in the speediest way some seeds...
30 Gordon, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Gordon, 6 September … 1787-09-06 I rejoice to find that your Lady has of late been troubled less than formerly with the bilious...