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1 Washington, George Johnson, Thomas From George Washington to Thomas Johnson, 28 September … 1789-09-28 In assenting to the opinion that the due administration of Justice is the strongest cement of...
2 Washington, George Johnson, Thomas Commission, 22 January 1791 1791-01-22 Know Ye, That reposing special Trust and Confidence in the Integrity, Skill, and Diligence of...
3 Washington, George Johnson, Thomas From George Washington to Thomas Johnson, 14 July 1791 1791-07-14 Without preface, or apology for propounding the following question to you—at this time—permit me...
4 Washington, George Johnson, Thomas From George Washington to Thomas Johnson, 7 August 1791 1791-08-07 I have been duly favored with your letters of the 27 & 30 of July; the last of which came to hand...
5 Washington, George Johnson, Thomas From George Washington to Thomas Johnson, 8 August 1791 1791-08-08 It appearing to me proper that the Commissioners should be apprised of the pretensions—signified...
6 Washington, George Stuart, David Circular on the State of American Agriculture, 25 … 1791-08-25 Some enquiries having been made of me by important Characters on the state of agriculture in...
7 Washington, George Johnson, Thomas From George Washington to Thomas Johnson, 1 February … 1793-02-01 While I acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 16th of January, I cannot but express the...
8 Washington, George Johnson, Thomas From George Washington to Thomas Johnson, 23 January … 1794-01-23 Your letter of the 23d Ulto came duly to hand. With regret I perceive your determination to with...
9 Washington, George Johnson, Thomas From George Washington to Thomas Johnson, 23 February … 1794-02-23 Your letter of the 6th instant came Safe, but not until after it had lain many days in the Post...
10 Washington, George Johnson, Thomas From George Washington to Thomas Johnson, 27 June 1794 1794-06-27 I regret not having met you at the Federal City, on my way home; and was concerned for the cause...