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361[Diary entry: 7 January 1790] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 7th. About One Oclock recd. a Committee from both Houses of Congress informing me that...
362[Diary entry: 8 January 1790] (Washington Papers)
Friday 8th. According to appointment, at 11 Oclock I set out for the City Hall in my...
Fellow Citizens of the Senate, and House of Representatives. I embrace with great satisfaction...
364[Diary entry: 9 January 1790] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 9th. Exercised with Mrs. Washington and the Children in the Coach the 14 Miles round. In...
Your obliging letter, dated in October last, has been received; and, as I do not know when I...
366[Diary entry: 10 January 1790] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 10th. Went to St. Pauls Chapel in the forenoon. Wrote private letters in the Afternoon for...
The Book, entitled Dissertations on the English Language, which you was so polite as to send me...
368[Diary entry: 11 January 1790] (Washington Papers)
Monday 11th. Sent my Instructions to the Commissioners (appointed to Negotiate a Treaty with the...
Private. Dear Sir, New York, January 11th 1790. Altho’ it is not in my power to enter so fully as...
United States [New York] Gentlemen of the Senate January 11th 1790. I have directed Mr Lear, my...
United States [New York] Gentlemen of the Senate, January 11th, 1790. Having advised with you...
I thank you for your address, and for the assurances, which it contains of attention to the...
373[Diary entry: 12 January 1790] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 12th. Exercised on Horse-back between 10 and 12, the riding bad. Previous to this, I sent...
I lay before you a statement of the south western frontiers, and of the Indian Department which...
375[Diary entry: 13 January 1790] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 13th. After duly considering on the place for receiving the address of the House of...
376[Diary entry: 14 January 1790] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 14th. At the hours appointed, the Senate & House of representatives presented their...
I receive with pleasure the assurances you give me that you will diligently and anxiously pursue...
I thank you for your address, and for the assurances, which it contains, of attention to the...
379[Diary entry: 15 January 1790] (Washington Papers)
Friday 15th. Snowing all day—but few Ladies and Gentlemen as visitors this Evening to Mrs....
I have received your letter dated the 18th of September 1789; and in reply to it, must inform...
I have now before me your several letters of the 23rd of February, 24th of July, 14th of August...
382[Diary entry: 16 January 1790] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 16th. Exercised in the Coach with Mrs. Washington & the two Children abt. 12 Oclock....
383[Diary entry: 17 January 1790] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 17th. At home all day—not well.
384[Diary entry: 18 January 1790] (Washington Papers)
Monday 18th. Still indisposed with an Aching tooth, and swelled and inflamed Gum.
Your letter of the 26. of December came duly to hand, but occurences of various kinds have...
386[Diary entry: 19 January 1790] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 19th. Not much company at the Levee to day—but the Visitors were respectable.
387[Diary entry: 20 January 1790] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 20th. A Report from the Secretary at War, on the Subject of a National Militia altered...
I receive with the liveliest emotions of satisfaction, your expressions of gratitude for my...
389[Diary entry: 21 January 1790] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 21st. The above report was accordingly transmitted to both houses of Congress by the...
Acknowledging the receipt of your letters of the 3rd and 18th instant, I desire to assure you...