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11 Beatty, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Beatty, 28 April 1789 1789-04-28 Having been honoured, by the State of New Jersey, in the appointment, to several public...
12 Nickolls, James B. Washington, George To George Washington from James B. Nickolls, 28 April … 1789-04-28 Amongst the numerous applicants for appointments to office, I beg leave to offer myself a...
13 Walker, George Washington, George To George Washington from George Walker, 28 April 1789 1789-04-28 No Doubt but you will be surprised to Receve a Letter of this sort from a stranger. The more so...
14 Barnwell, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Robert Barnwell, 27 April … 1789-04-27 By the late Congress a Board of Commissioners was appointed to consist of one person from the...
15 Biddle, Clement Washington, George To George Washington from Clement Biddle, 27 April 1789 1789-04-27 I have frequently called to see Billy he continues too bad to remove—Doctor Smith was uneasy...
16 Cebra, James Washington, George To George Washington from James Cebra, 27 April 1789 1789-04-27 The Petition of James Cebra of the City of New York humbly Sheweth. That your Petitioner is a...
17 McKean, Thomas Washington, George To George Washington from Thomas McKean, 27 April 1789 1789-04-27 I have an ambition to take a share in Your Excellency’s administration, and know of no line in...
18 Macpherson, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Macpherson, 27 April … 1789-04-27 I hope your Excellency will pardon my troubling you at this important moment, on a subject which...
19 Milligan, James Washington, George To George Washington from James Milligan, 27 April 1789 1789-04-27 It is with much diffidence and hesitation, that, I presume to address your Excellency at a...
20 Washington, George Augustine Washington, George To George Washington from George Augustine Washington … 1789-04-27 The reports of last Week were commited to the Tuesdays Stage and hope that nothing will interfere...