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Will any of your occasions for money, my dear Sir, admit of being put off a few days? Mr. Grand...
In my former letters I mentioned to you that not knowing exactly the balance I owed you when I...
250315th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. West went away this morning; My Father and my brother Charles, went to Boston; whence they...
Ham[ilton]—They were ready to go as far as they thought safe, in recommendatory & explanatory...
Amendments to the Constitution to be recommended I That there shall be one representative for...
Ham[ilton]—hopes the quest[io]n will not be pressed —as the Amend[ment]s expressly contemplate a...
Ham[ilton]—extremely sorry Lan[sing] cannot see the matter as he does —has this consolation, that...
2508[Diary entry: 15 July 1788] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 15th. Thermometer at 74 in the Morning—80 at Noon and 78 at Night. Cloudy Morning with...
By some unusual delay in the Post office, I did not receive your kind letter of the 21st of April...
I am much obliged to you for the two curiousities you were pleased to transmit, as well as for...
Is it possible that I write another letter before I have My answer from My two last! What can be...
We recieved in course your Excellency’s obliging letter of the 27h. of last month and are very...
251314th. (Adams Papers)
Ben Beale came from Taunton this morning; he did not stop, but promised to come and see us ere...
Your character as a federalist, has induced me, altho’ personally unknown to you, to address you...
[ Tinmouth, Vermont, July 14, 1788. On this date Nathaniel Chipman wrote Hamilton that Kelly...
Ham[ilton] wishes the questin may not be put as it will now be a decision of the comparitive view...
Mr. Hamilton.   1st. our powers—agreed yt. the Constitution, was advisory—suppose the...
2518[Diary entry: 14 July 1788] (Washington Papers)
Monday 14th. Thermometer at 74 in the morning 79 at Noon and 76 at Night. Calm Morning, with very...
Some short Time since Col. Morgan, of Princeton, left with me a Parcel for your Excellency, with...
Colo. Humphreys intimated to me, when he was in Connecticut, that I might use the freedom to...
Letter not found: from Thomas Newton, Jr., 14 July 1788. On 1 Aug. GW wrote Newton : “Your...
We Sent your Account by Major Washington Some time past, agreable to the Measurement you...
Having engaged to write, for Mr Morse’s Geography, a sketch of the History of the late war, I...
Arnouville près Gonesse, 14 July [ 1788 ]. Asks TJ to forward by a safe hand the enclosed letter...
252513th. (Adams Papers)
Weather still extremely warm. I heard Parson Wibird. Mr. Q. Thaxter was at meeting in the...
2526[Diary entry: 13 July 1788] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 13th. Thermometer at 78 in the Morng.—84 at Noon and 79 at Night. Calm & clear in the...
Letter not found: from Charles Carter, 13 July 1788. GW wrote Carter on 1 Aug. acknowledging “the...
The readiness with which you were so kind as to shew me what was most worth seeing in Milan and...
On my return to this place I found such a mass of business awaiting me that I have never been...
Agreable to the desires expressed in the Letter your Excellency hath honored me with on the 11th...
Your favor of the 8th. instant is just received, and I have now the honour to forward you the...
In a former letter to Mr. Rutledge I suggested to him the idea of extending his tour to...
253312th. (Adams Papers)
In the diverse amusements of reading, of shooting birds, and playing upon our flutes we past the...
I have now the honor to enclose you a copy of the southern whale fishery bill—which I cou’d not...
Our worthy friend Dr. Price has requested me to forward to you the last volume of Gibbon’s...
A. I. A republic a word used in various senses. Has been applied to aristocracies and monarchies....
On Saturday morning, Mr. Jay opened the business by representing the unfairness of the...
I rise with Reluctance It has been industriously circulated that I am a Man of such Talents as to...
Mr. Hamilton—Rises with reluctance. 1. because he wishes to conciliate. 2. That he is plausiable—...
2540[Diary entry: 12 July 1788] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 12th. Thermometer at 78 in the Morning—86 at Noon And 85 at Night. Morning calm &...
I think you doubly, and to the book, what you have pleas’d to send me, and to the Eagerness, with...
Your kind favor of January 6. has come duly to hand. These marks of your remembrance are always...
I thank You, My dear sir, on the Good News You Give me from S. Carolina . I Hope Virginia will...
An impatience to commence the paiment of my debt to you, induced me to convey to you, in the...
My last letters from Virginia inform me of your marriage with Mr. Hastings Marks. I sincerely...
My letters from Virginia informing me of your intermarriage with my sister, I take the earliest...
Altho I am persuaded you will have received the proceedings of our convention upon the plan of...
Will you have the goodness my dear Sir to excuse the very great trouble I am giving you? In the...
I am now writing to your aunt Eppes, and wish to inclose her something of your drawing. Bring...
255011th. (Adams Papers)
This day completes my twenty first year; It emancipates me from the yoke of paternal authority...