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2601 Swan, James Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from James Swan, 7 July 1788 1788-07-07 I have had the honor of your Excellencie’s favor of the 19th. Ulto. and am fully satisfied as to...
2602 Adams, John Quincy 6th. 1788-07-06 The weather was rather disagreeable in the morning, and Mrs. Warren was disposed to stay and pass...
2603 Washington, George [Diary entry: 6 July 1788] 1788-07-06 Sunday 6th. Thermometer at 70 in the Morning—78 at Noon—And 79 at Night—heavy morning with Clouds...
2604 Jefferson, Thomas Hopkinson, Francis From Thomas Jefferson to Francis Hopkinson, 6 July 1788 1788-07-06 A printer here has begun to print the most remarkeable of the English authors, as that can be...
2605 Jefferson, Thomas Jefferson’s Affidavit Concerning John and Lucy Ludwell … 1788-07-06 We, Thomas Jefferson, Minister plenipotentiary for the United States of America at the court of...
2606 Shippen, Thomas Lee Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Thomas Lee Shippen, 6 July … 1788-07-06 Your agreable letter of the 19th of June with the excellent remarks which accompany it, was...
2607 Adams, John Quincy 5th. 1788-07-05 We called this morning at Dr. Welch’s, and at Mr. Guild’s; but left town at about ten o’clock: It...
2608 Washington, George [Diary entry: 5 July 1788] 1788-07-05 Saturday 5th. Thermometer at 70 in the Morning—79 at Noon and 74 at Night. Morning pure, and day...
2609 Carey, Mathew Washington, George To George Washington from Mathew Carey, 5 July 1788 … 1788-07-05 Letter not found: from Mathew Carey, 5 July 1788. On 21 July GW wrote Carey : “I have been...
2610 Gorham, Nathaniel Washington, George To George Washington from Nathaniel Gorham, 5 July 1788 1788-07-05 It is with the most sincere pleasure that I congratulate you on the adoption of the Constitution...
2611 Adams, John Quincy 4th. 1788-07-04 We left Cambridge by nine o’clock, and got into Boston in the midst of the bustle. We went...
2612 Jay, John Adams, John To John Adams from John Jay, 4 July 1788 1788-07-04 I congratulate you my dear Sir! most cordially on your Return to your native Country, and am...
2613 Lee, Arthur Adams, John To John Adams from Arthur Lee, 4 July 1788 1788-07-04 Give me leave to congratulate you on your happy arrival in your native Country; & on the...
2614 Roberdeau, Daniel Adams, John To John Adams from Daniel Roberdeau, 4 July 1788 1788-07-04 The public papers anounce your return with your family to your native land, and I cannot refrain...
2615 Washington, George [Diary entry: 4 July 1788] 1788-07-04 Friday 4th. Thermometer at 70 in the Morning—74 at Noon—And 74 at Night. A very heavy Morning...
2616 Mazzei, Philip Madison, James To James Madison from Philip Mazzei, 4 July 1788 1788-07-04 Da qualche tempo in qua le mie lettere possono avervi annoiato, tanto per la for frequenza che...
2617 Claiborne, Richard Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Richard Claiborne, 4 July 1788 1788-07-04 London, 4 July 1788 . Introducing a Mr. Cole, to whom he has mentioned his lands in Virginia and...
2618 Jefferson, Thomas Foulloy, M. From Thomas Jefferson to Foulloy, [3 July 1788?] 1788-07-04 Monsieur Foulloy having delivered to me two books of Silas Deane, to wit his letter book of 1777....
2619 Ledyard, John Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from John Ledyard, 4 July [1788] 1788-07-04 Mr. Ledyard presents his compliments to Mr. Jefferson. He has been imprisoned and banished by the...
2620 Adams, John Quincy 3d. 1788-07-03 Between nine and ten I went with my father from Braintree. We got into Cambridge at about twelve....
2621 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. First Speech of July 3 … 1788-07-03 I suppose It intends that a Vessel bound from one State to another— If she puts into any port in...
2622 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. Second Speech of July 3 … 1788-07-03 Mr. Hamilton—The word Impair an english word and means to weaken or Injure . This gives no Light,...
2623 Washington, George [Diary entry: 3 July 1788] 1788-07-03 Thursday 3d. Thermometer at 68 in the morning—82 at Noon. And 72 at Night. Clear and quite calm...
2624 Morris, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Robert Morris, 3 July 1788 1788-07-03 Capt. Stephen Gregory the bearer of these lines being called by business to Dumfries, cannot...
2625 Madison, James Maury, James From James Madison to James Maury, 3 July 1788 1788-07-03 Letter not found. 3 July 1788 . Acknowledged in Maury to JM, 24 Feb. 1789 . Encloses The...
2626 Paine, Thomas Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Thomas Paine, [after 3 July … 1788-07-03 Explanatory Circumstances 1st. The last lost dispatches are dated Octr. 6th. and Oct. 7th. They...
2627 Ledyard, John Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from John Ledyard, [before 3 July … 1788-07-03 When men of genius want matter of fact to reason from it is bad, though it is worse to reason...
2628 Jefferson, Thomas Paine, Thomas From Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Paine, 3 July 1788 1788-07-03 The inclosed being part of a newspaper published here I thought you would like to see it, and...
2629 Commissioners of the Treasury Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from the Commissioners of the … 1788-07-03 You inform us in your letter of the 7th of Feby last, that Mr. Ast (Secretary to the Consulate)...
2630 Adams, John Quincy 2d. 1788-07-02 The weather was extremely warm. I amused myself part of the day in reading, and part in shooting....
2631 Rush, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Rush, 2 July 1788 1788-07-02 Permit an old friend to congratulate you upon your Safe Arrival in your native country. I...
2632 Hamilton, Alexander Madison, James From Alexander Hamilton to James Madison, [2 July 1788] 1788-07-02 Your letter of the 20th. came to hand two days since. I regret that your prospects were not yet...
2633 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. First Speech of July 2 … 1788-07-02 Loans in Time of Peace peculiar to our Govt. because made thro Necessity— The Inconvenience of...
2634 Smith, Melancton New York Ratifying Convention. First Speech of July 2 … 1788-07-02 Mr. Hamilton—The Gentn. states, the danger of making Loans in extreme—no Instances to prove. A...
2635 McKesson, John New York Ratifying Convention. Second Speech of July 2 … 1788-07-02 The Gent says if they are disinclined to a War they will clogg it agreed —but his Amendment is to...
2636 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. Second Speech of July 2 … 1788-07-02 Mr Hamilton sd. If the States are not united, therefore necessary to clog it—concludes the other...
2637 McKesson, John New York Ratifying Convention. Third Speech of July 2 … 1788-07-02 Mr. Hamilton—I add to enforce the Ideas of the member who spoke last The Gent from Dutchess says...
2638 Hamilton, Alexander New York Ratifying Convention. Third Speech of July 2 … 1788-07-02 Power of Restraint dangerous—we may have a War of defence—therefore dangerous. The reasoning...
2639 Washington, George [Diary entry: 2 July 1788] 1788-07-02 Wednesday 2d. Thermometer at 68 in the Morning—78 at Noon and 76 at Night. A little rain fell in...
2640 Hamilton, Alexander Madison, James To James Madison from Alexander Hamilton, [ca. 2 July] … 1788-07-02 Your letter of the 20h. came to hand two days since. I regret that your prospects were not yet...
2641 Madison, James Randolph, Edmund From James Madison to Edmund Randolph, 2 July [August] … 1788-07-02 Some of the letters herewith inclosed have been here for some time without my knowing it. The...
2642 Jefferson, Thomas Banister, John, Jr. From Thomas Jefferson to John Banister, Jr., 2 July … 1788-07-02 The bearer hereof, Mr. l’Olive, having intended a voyage to Virginia the last year, I gave him a...
2643 Diriks, Jacob Gerrit Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Jacob Gerrit Diriks, 2 July … 1788-07-02 Paris, “ Audessus des Bains des Dames Palais Royal ,” 2 July 1788 . Since interview with TJ this...
2644 Jefferson, Thomas Diriks, Jacob Gerrit From Thomas Jefferson to Jacob Gerrit Diriks, 2 July … 1788-07-02 As a private individual and citizen of America I can with propriety and truth deliver it to you...
2645 Jefferson, Thomas Gallimard, M. To Thomas Jefferson from Gallimard, 2 July 1788 1788-07-02 Trévoux en Dombes, 2 July 1788 . Asks TJ’s advice and protection in moving with his family to the...
2646 Jefferson, Thomas Randolph, Edmund From Thomas Jefferson to Edmund Randolph, 2 July 1788 1788-07-02 The bearer hereof, Monsieur L’Olive, proposing [to] pass thro’ Virginia, I take the liberty of...
2647 Jefferson, Thomas Trumbull, John From Thomas Jefferson to John Trumbull, 2 July 1788 1788-07-02 In mine of the 29th. June by the last post I inclosed you Mr. Grand’s letter of credit for £80....
2648 Adams, John Quincy Tuesday July 1st. 1788. 1788-07-01 It was nine o’clock before I could get away from Braintree this morning, and I arrived at the...
2649 Washington, George [Diary entry: 1 July 1788] 1788-07-01 July first. Thermometer at 68 in the morning—74 at Night and 78 at Night. Wind at So. West in the...
2650 Young, Arthur Washington, George To George Washington from Arthur Young, 1 July 1788 1788-07-01 I recd the honour of Your Excellency’s Letter of Nov. 1 some weeks past but I have been so...