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17301 Madison, James Washington, George To George Washington from James Madison, 26 March 1789 1789-03-26 The inclosed copy of Morgan’s invitation to his fellow Citizens was obtained from one of his...
17302 Marshall, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Marshall, 26 March 1789 … 1789-03-26 Letter not found: from John Marshall, 26 Mar. 1789. On 5 April GW wrote to Marshall : “I have...
17303 Milnor, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Milnor, 26 March 1789 … 1789-03-26 Letter not found: from William Milnor, 26 Mar. 1789. On 1 April GW wrote to Milnor : “I have been...
17304 Madison, James Washington, George From James Madison to George Washington, 26 March 1789 1789-03-26 The inclosed copy of Morgan’s invitation to his fellow Citizens was obtained from one of his...
17305 Smith, Samuel Stanhope Madison, James To James Madison from Samuel Stanhope Smith, 26 March … 1789-03-26 The bearer Mr Jno. Churchman believes he has made a discovery of some consequence for readily...
17306 Jefferson, Thomas Lafayette, Marie-Joseph-Paul-Yves-Roch-Gilbert du … From Thomas Jefferson to Lafayette, [26 March?] 1789 1789-03-26 I am plagued to death with the applications of people who knowing the friendship you are so good...
17307 Lafayette, Marie-Adrienne-Françoise de Noailles … Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Madame de Lafayette, 26 March … 1789-03-26 Je dois a votre amitie pour mr. De la fayette, monsieur, de vous envoyer les nouvelles que jai...
17308 Short, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Short, 26 March 1789 1789-03-26 I have not written to you since I left Rome because I have been since that almost constantly in...
17309 Thiery, fils aîné Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Thiery fils aîné, 26 March … 1789-03-26 Paris, 26 Mch. 1789 . Had the honor of calling that morning to discuss privately a letter that is...
17310 Jefferson, Thomas Thiery, fils aîné From Thomas Jefferson to Thiery fils aîné, 26 March … 1789-03-26 Ne connoissant que trés peu la ville de Boston, je ne suis nullement capable de vous donner des...
17311 Damme, Pieter Bernhard van Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Van Damme, 26 March 1789 1789-03-26 La Vente est finie. J’ai le Honneur de à Vostre Addresse Expedier une Caisse Marqué M.I. Libri.,...
17312 Vaughan, Benjamin Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Benjamin Vaughan, 26 March … 1789-03-26 I have the honor to send you by this conveyance three sorts of dry rice seed; 1. Padee Coccoo...
17313 Hamilton, Alexander Johnson, William S. From Alexander Hamilton to William S. Johnson, 27 March … 1789-03-27 The bearer of this is a Mr. Claxton, who is desirous of being a messenger or something...
17314 Washington, George Craik, William From George Washington to William Craik, 27 March 1789 1789-03-27 Your favor of the 22d has been handed to me, and I beg you to accept my thanks for the prompt and...
17315 Dawson, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Dawson, 27 March 1789 1789-03-27 The hurry of the Stage will deprive me of the honour of waiting on you agreeably to my intention....
17316 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 27 March 1789 1789-03-27 The house of Representatives want Yet four members and the Senate two. The first will not be...
17317 Washington, George Marshall, John From George Washington to John Marshall, 27 March 1789 1789-03-27 I have reasons for wishing that the enclosed letter could be conveyed with safety and expedition;...
17318 Washington, George Marshall, Thomas From George Washington to Thomas Marshall, 27 March … 1789-03-27 I have duly received your letter dated the 12th of February—If I was greatly alarmed at the...
17319 Providence Merchants Washington, George To George Washington from Providence Merchants, 27 … 1789-03-27 Your Excellency by the Unanimous Voice of a Free People is now placed at the Head of that...
17320 Randolph, Edmund Madison, James To James Madison from Edmund Randolph, 27 March 1789 1789-03-27 Colo. Griffin having announced to me, that you were safely lodged within the fœderal precincts, I...
17321 Bancroft, Edward Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Edward Bancroft, 27 March 1789 1789-03-27 Your favour of the 15th inst. came safe to my hands though the Mail which brought it was a little...
17322 Descamets, M. Jefferson, Thomas [To Thomas Jefferson from Descamets, 27 March 1789] 1789-03-27 [ Paris, 27 Mch. 1789 . Recorded in SJL as received 28 Mch. 1789. Not found.]
17323 Sinclair, Sir John Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Sir John Sinclair, 27 March … 1789-03-27 I have requested Mr. Hamilton, a Gentleman of information, and merit, who will deliver this to...
17324 Dick, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Robert Dick, 28 March 1789 1789-03-28 Your favour of 21st instant came to my hands Yesterday: and I now comply with your request as far...
17325 Gilpin, George Washington, George To George Washington from George Gilpin, 28 March 1789 1789-03-28 The Gentleman who will hand this to you is Mr Joseph Shallcross of Wilmington a perticular freind...
17326 Hartshorne, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Hartshorne, 28 March … 1789-03-28 As it seems to be the general Opinion of your Friends in this quarter that you will comply with...
17327 Lewis, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Robert Lewis, 28 March 1789 1789-03-28 Your favor of the 26th Instant came duly to hand —the inclosed was dispatched instantly to Mr...
17328 Wallace, Gustavus Brown Washington, George To George Washington from Gustavus Brown Wallace, 28 … 1789-03-28 As there will be a change in the naval office department in this State, <under> the new goverment...
17329 Pinckney, Charles Madison, James To James Madison from Charles Pinckney, 28 March 1789 1789-03-28 It is not often I am deficient in Attention to my friends, particularly those whose friendship I...
17330 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 29 March 1789 1789-03-29 Tho’ I may be among the last in congratulating my dear general upon his elevation to a rank which...
17331 Mercer, John Francis Washington, George To George Washington from John Francis Mercer, 29 March … 1789-03-29 Letter not found: from John Francis Mercer, 29 Mar. 1789. On 5 April GW wrote to Mercer : “The...
17332 Montgomerie, Thomas Washington, George To George Washington from Thomas Montgomerie, 29 March … 1789-03-29 I find Mr Dunlop had not parted from any of the money in his hands —he has however been...
17333 Madison, James Jefferson, Thomas From James Madison to Thomas Jefferson, 29 March 1789 1789-03-29 My last was committed in December to Mr. Gouverneur Morris. I was then on my way to Virginia. The...
17334 Madison, James Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from James Madison, 29 March 1789 1789-03-29 My last was committed in December to Mr. Gouverneur Morris. I was then on my way to Virginia. The...
17335 Ellery, William Adams, John To John Adams from William Ellery, 30 March 1789 1789-03-30 I wrote a letter to Mr. Dana sometime ago, in which I desired him to request your influence, that...
17336 Washington, George Biddle, Clement From George Washington to Clement Biddle, 30 March 1789 1789-03-30 I have received your letter of the 23d Inst. and am in hopes that the Buckwheat will arrive in...
17337 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 30 March 1789 1789-03-30 The chagrin of the members who first arrived still exists, one senator and two representatives...
17338 Washington, George Madison, James From George Washington to James Madison, 30 March 1789 1789-03-30 I have been favored with your Letter of the 19th by which it appears that a quoram of Congress...
17339 Turberville, George Lee Madison, James To James Madison from George Lee Turberville, 30 March … 1789-03-30 Ever since the second day of February I have been confined with excrutiating Gout—and to this...
17340 Washington, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Washington, 30 March 1789 1789-03-30 I have been favored with your Letter of the 19th.; by which it appears that a quoram of Congress...
17341 Jefferson, Thomas Bancroft, Edward From Thomas Jefferson to Edward Bancroft, 30 March 1789 1789-03-30 Mr. Paradise writes to you by this post on the subject of the proposition made to him by the...
17342 Jefferson, Thomas Boyd, Ker & Company From Thomas Jefferson to Boyd, Ker & Co., 30 March 1789 1789-03-30 Mr. Jefferson has the honour to present his compliments to Messieurs Boyd & Ker and to inclose...
17343 Washington, George Fairfax, John From George Washington to John Fairfax, 31 March 1789 1789-03-31 As I am now in the act of bidding an adieu to my home—for a longer time perhaps than I wish—I...
17344 Washington, George Green, Thomas From George Washington to Thomas Green, 31 March 1789 1789-03-31 I am about to leave my home whether for a length of time, is more than I can tell at present. But...
17345 Hall, George Abbott Washington, George To George Washington from George Abbott Hall, 31 March … 1789-03-31 Although it may appear a degree of <pre>sumption in me to address Your Excellency, yet were I to...
17346 Washington, George Lewis, Thomas From George Washington to Thomas Lewis, 31 March 1789 1789-03-31 The bearer of this, Mr Caleb Stone, is desireous of settling on some of my lands on the Kanawa,...
17347 Washington, George Muse, Battaile From George Washington to Battaile Muse, 31 March 1789 1789-03-31 I have received your letters of the 17th & 21st Insts. the latter containing a Draft on Mr Josiah...
17348 Washington, George Washington, George Augustine From George Washington to George Augustine Washington … 1789-03-31 Having given very full & ample details of the intended crops—and my ideas of the modes of...
17349 Paradise, Lucy Ludwell Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Lucy Ludwell Paradise, 31 … 1789-03-31 Your Excellency by this Post will recvd. two Letters . This I was obliged to write by it’s self,...
17350 Washington, George Jay, John From George Washington to John Jay, April–Dec. 1789 1789-04-01 The President of the United States presents his Compliments to Mr Jay, and informs him that the...