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Being concerned as Council for a number of persons, who, since the annunciation of the provisional treaty have been indicted under the confiscation laws of this state for the part they are supposed to have taken in the late war, we are induced at the desire of our clients and in their behalf, to apply to Congress through your Excellency for an exemplification of the definitive treaty. We take...
The lost papers are just come to Hand & I have folded but not had Time to Number them; they are in their respective Bundles. The Letter to me was not open’d, but in perfect Order & Muddy. I have put up the two Blankets I used On my writing Tables. I pray my most respectful Regards to Mrs Washington & am very sincerely & Affectionately Yours DLC : Papers of George Washington.
Letter not found: from Richard Varick, 15 Jan. 1784. On 22 Feb. GW wrote to Varick : “The intemperate Season and irregularity of the Post, withheld your letter of the 15th Ulto from me ’till within these few days.”
I have the Honor of acknowledging the Receipt of your Excellency’s Letter of the 2nd covering the Letters to be recorded. Every attention will be paid both by Mr Taylor and myself to comply with Your Excellency’s Wishes expressed in your Letter; The Transcription of those Letters will be compleated this Week and they will be forwarded by the next Monday, post (the 20th). The Governor remains...
Letter not found: from Richard Varick, 2 December. On 26 Sept. 1785 GW wrote Varick : “I have received your other letter of the 2d of December.”
I have just compleated the Copies of the first Drafts of all the Indexes of the last seven Volumes to the 1st Octr last & have so drafted them that the remainder of the Letters now on Hand & which may be written before a Close of Your Excellency’s Military Career, can conveniently be added. When the Volumes are all compleated the Indexes are to be transcribed (by such Person as Your Excellency...
Yesterday, on my Return from Goshen, I was honored with Your Excellencys Orders of the 6th, by Letter from Colo. Walker covering the Letters subsequent to those between the 1st & 23d Octr, (which I was informed were stolen out of the Post Office at Princeton) with Directions for their immediate Completion, And on this day I received further Orders of the 17th thro Colo. Humphrys, to send to...
I do myself the Honor of inclosing to Your Excellency all the Copies which I recd at Rocky Hill & which accompanied Your Excellencys favor of the 2nd Octr, which are recorded and wish them safe to Hand. The Governor has so far recovered as to be able to ride to Kingston where he at present is. I beg my Respects to Mrs Washington & the Gentlemen of the family And am with every Sentiment of...
Letter not found: from Richard Varick, 28 August. GW wrote Varick on 26 Sept. : “Mr Taylor brought me your favor of the 28th Ulto.”