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1March [1797] (Washington Papers)
1. Mercury at 24. Wind Westerly and cold all day. 2. Wind as yesterday; cloudy, cold & Raw all...
2[Diary entry: 3 March 1797] (Washington Papers)
3. Mercury at 34. Morning very lowering & threatning but clear & pleasant afterwards. Wind fresh...
Before the curtain drops on my political life, which it will do this evening —I expect for ever—I...
Three things relative to the City of Washington call for my decision, and this is the last day I...
To all persons to whom these Presents shall come Greeting. Whereas Benjamin Parkinson of the...
At the conclusion of my public employments, I have thought it expedient to notice the publication...
I received your letter dated the 1st of September last, inquiring for the fortune of your...
I nominate Anthony Walton White of New-Jersey to be Surveyor for the Port of New Brunswick and...
9[Diary entry: 2 March 1797] (Washington Papers)
2. Wind as yesterday; cloudy, cold & Raw all day. Towards night it began to Snow. Mercury at 26.
Amongst the last acts of my political life, and before I go hence into retirement, profound ,...
I nominate Joel Barlow of the State of Connecticut, to be Consul-General of the United States of...
United States, 2 March 1797. GW makes appointments and promotions in the U.S. army and nominates...
13[Diary entry: 1 March 1797] (Washington Papers)
1. Mercury at 24. Wind Westerly and cold all day.
The President of the United States to [  ] Senator for the State of [  ]. It appearing to me...
15February [1797] (Washington Papers)
1. Wind No. Easterly in the Morning—So. Westerly afterwards and raining more or less all day....
16[Diary entry: 28 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
28. Wind variable and grt. appearances all day of Snow. Mer. 35. Went to Mrs. Grattons concer[t]...
Your favour of the 14th instt with a Postscript of the 24th came to my hands yesterday: and I...
Let me entreat you to attend early this morning to a fit character as a Comsr to attend the...
Having maturely considered the bill, to alter and amend an Act intitled an Act to ascertain and...
20[Diary entry: 27 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
27. Wind at So. Et. & lowering but no fall, Mer: 36. Went to the theatre in the Evening. Playing...
Your letter of the 22d with the weekly reports, was received on the 25th. As its contents, is...
As the curtain is about to close on the political scenes of my life; and consequently to...
Your letter of the 22d inst., as also one of the first, have been duly received. The affectionate...
I have the pleasure to inform you are Appointed with the Advice of the Senate of the United...
I nominate William Vans Murray of Maryland to be Minister Resident of the United States of...
26[Diary entry: 26 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
26. Clear & cold all day Wind at No. Wt. & Mercury 19. All the Military & Naval Officer[s] dined...
27[Diary entry: 25 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
25. Wind pretty fresh from the No. W. and cool with lowering clouds towards evening—Mercury 32.
The printed notification (enclosed) gives a general description of the lands held by the...
29[Diary entry: 24 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
24. Rain fell last Night & a little this Morng. Cloudy until afternoon Wind Westerly. Mery. 50.
30[Diary entry: 23 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
23. Clear & pleasant forenoon. Wind brisk at So. Wt. lowerg. aftds. W. at So. Et. Mer. 36. The...
Believing that there may be times and occasions, on which my opinions of the anonymous letters...
32[Diary entry: 22 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
22. Rain in the Night cloudy forenoon with the Wind at East—afterwards at S. W. clear & very...
33[Diary entry: 21 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
21. Wind westerly & remarkably pleasant in the forenoon—but lowering afterwards. Mery. at 30.
I thank you for giving me the perusal of the enclosed.—The sentiments do honor to the head &...
35[Diary entry: 20 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
20. Cloudy with a little rain in the forenoon—variable afterwards. Wind So. West. Mercury 39....
I thank you for giving me the perusal of the enclosed. The sentiments do honor to the head &...
Your letter of the 14th enclosing the weekly Reports, was received on Saturday last. The opinion...
I have chosen David Humphreys, one of our distinguished citizens, to reside near your Majesty in...
Reasons which I have frequently assigned, have prevented me from acknowledging sooner, the...
40[Diary entry: 19 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
19. Clear, Wind Westerly in the Morning but cloudy afterwards. Mer: 30. Went to church.
Your favour of the 8th instant from Albany, was duly received; but not before arrangements for...
42[Diary entry: 18 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
18. Heavy morning & variable all day—Wind West. Mercury at 30. One third of the Pennsylvania Ho....
Letter not found : to Matthias Slough, 18 Feb. 1797 . Slough wrote GW on 22 Feb. : “Your Highly &...
44[Diary entry: 17 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
17. Wind still westerly. Cloudy forenoon & rainy afternoon & Night. Mercury at 38. A very crouded...
In looking over the press copy of the letter I wrote you by the Post of Wednesday last, which was...
Desirous of continuing a friendly and useful intercourse between the subjects of your Majesty and...
I nominate the following Persons to fill the Offices annexed to their respective names. Morgan...
Compliments to the Vice-President Enclosed is the curious and Insulting Letter mentioned...
49[Diary entry: 16 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
16. Clear & pleasant. Wind Westerly. Mercury at 28. Large company dined here.
Compliments to the Vice-President. Enclosed is the curious and Insulting Letter mentioned...