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Permit me in this severe Season, to Salute your fireside, and congratulate you on your return...
A difference of opinion having arisen among those of the Trustees of the Sinking Fund, who are...
Dr D’Ivernois continues to send Us his Speculations, which I value the more for giving me an...
As the Week is approaching when you are to be expected at Philadelphia, I take this opportunity...
I have received several kind Letters from You, Since your Arrival in London for which I sincerely...
A difference of opinion having arisen among those of the Trustees of the Sinking Fund, who are...
Letter not found: to John Jay, 27 Aug. 1790. On 28 Aug. 1790 Jay wrote to GW about “the Case...
I had the honor duely to receive Your Excellency’s letter of the 4th instant. I did not...
The President of the United States presents his Compliments to Mr Jay, and informs him that the...
I have already written you by this Post. A further Question occurs. Would not a proclamation...
[ Philadelphia, September 17, 1792. On September 27, 1792, Rufus King wrote to Hamilton : “Mr Jay...
I find myself incompetent to form any decided opinion upon the paper I received from you the...
I have at length received the ratification of the consular convention and signed the article of...
Although, in the present unsettled state of the Executive Departments under the Government of the...
Certain Circumstances of a delicate nature have occurred, concerning which The President would...
Your letter of Sunday came to my hands yesterday, and for the Pamphlet enclosed, I thank you. The...
The session of Congress is about to close much better than I expected. All mischievous measures...
The bearer of my letters (a servant of Mr. Morris) not going off till to-day I am enabled to add...
I have sent from this place, together with my own baggage, two hampers and two boxes, which when...
The President of the United States presents to the Chief Justice of the United States a volume of...
It is with singular pleasure that I address you as Chief Justice of the supreme Court of the...
Would there be prudence, justice or policy in extending mercy to the Convict mentioned in the...
I wrote you on the 19th. 23d. 29th. of the last and 5th. of the present month. The last occasions...
The President of the United States presents his best Compliments to the Chief Justice of the...
I am honored with your favor of Dec. 12. and thank you for your friendly congratulations on my...
The operation mentioned in my letter of Feb. 4. is going on. Montmorin has proposed to Ternant to...
I have the honor to enclose the copy of a letter which I have just received from Mr. Wolcott the...
The President of the United States hath read with attention the Papers herewith returned,...
Your favor of the 27th of Jany came safely to hand (but not by Judge Cushing) as did your letter...
I am this moment returned from Versailles, and it is the last moment allowed me to write by this...
I am commanded by the President of the United States of America to send to you some Papers which...
Your two letters of the 14th instant came duly to hand. With respect to Mr Pickman, I beg you to...
Your favours of the 26 of November & 16 instant have duly come to hand. I am ashamed that the...
A few days ago I was conversing with you on the points contained in the enclosed queries, when a...
Notwithstanding the information of this Morning respecting the Insertion in Dunlap’s Paper on...
Your favor of the 8th instant from Albany, was duly received; but not before arrangements for...
My letters being to go by the way of London, and the person not departing till tomorrow morning,...
Accept, my dear Sir, my thanks for your note of the 25th Instant—enclosing a copy of Mr Bayards...
By the Cato, Capt. Seton, bound from Havre to New York, I had the honor to address to you four...
Your letter of the 29th Ulto resigning the Office of Chief Justice of the United States I...
The indisposition, and consequent absence from Mount Vernon of my Nephew, Majr Washington, to...
You judged very right when in your letter of the 18th Ulto you observed I "can have very little...
The proceedings at Pittsburgh, which you will find stated in the in-closed paper and other...
I inclose you copies of two resolutions which have passed the house of representatives of...
The letter, which accompanies this, addressed to the Vice-President of the United States by Judge...
I certify, that the transcript below, which was permitted to be extracted from a report of the...
The bearer of this is Lt Colonel Toussard, a French Officer, who lost his arm in our service...
Your letter of the 14th of November duly came to hand. A temporary absence from this place, some...
This encloses a copy of my last —written, as you will readily perceive, with much haste; as one...
At as early an hour this morning, as you can make convenient to yourself, I should be glad to see...