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Gorey, Wexford County, Ireland, 16 May 1793. Writes that “A sincere desire of benefiting the...
The happiness Individuals of the United States have in addressing your Excellency, is One of the...
The Convention of this State having Ratified the new Constitution by which happy event the Union...
at the request of A number of my fellow citizens I take the liberty of Offering myself A...
By the advice of my friends, I came to this place to Solicit an appointment in the Customs for...
Letter not found: from William Allum and William Talbot, 19 June 1793. Tobias Lear wrote Allum...
for some time ago I observed in the Patriotic Museum a communication given by Mr Brissot...
A natural inclination to a free Country, and principaly to that of america of which to the...
With a view to be useful to this my adoptive Country, I have publish’d a Short treatise on the...
To the PRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES. SIR, BEING an American by birth, an early admirer of your...
Mr and Mrs Andersons most respectfull Compliments to his Excy and makes bold to present him with...
Letter not found: from Alexander Anderson, 14 May 1789. On 18 Nov. 1789 GW wrote to Anderson: “I...
Your respected favours of the Feby was transmitted to me by Mr Pinckney about a week ago, since...
A Meteorological Account of the weather Kept at Mount Vernon 1797 Feby 26 in the Morning 38 S....
Only Yesterday I had the honor to receive Your favor of 18th And in Answer, am well satisfied of...
I had the honor to receive Your favors of 5th. And replyed thereto on the 11th Addressed to You...
I had the honour to receive your obliging favour of the 20th June last some time ago—since which...
Feby 1797 5 in the Morning 40 S.W. clear 42 SW clear 40 S cloudy 6th 47 S cloudy 46 S strong wind...
I was duely favored with Yours of 13th And the seeds which I delivered to the Gardener—I am...
I have the Honor of receiving Your favor of 5th Yesterday And am sorry You think me not so...
Refering to my last of 2d have now to hand You Report of last week, As said in my last I have now...
I received, a few weeks ago the letter of the 25 April which you did me the honour to write to...
In case the Overseer who was uncertain; has not agreed to stay with You—I can get one here, who...
Your letter of 5th came duely, And have now to hand You reports of last Week, in Writing of which...
I was favoured with your very obliging letter dated the 26th May last only a few days ago upon my...
As I know your Excellency is very desireous of promoting improvements in Agriculture, I have been...
The respect I entertain for your character personally, may, perhaps, induce me to be guilty of an...
The Memorial of John Anderson Professor of Natural Philosophy in the University of Glasgow,...
Though I have many friends in America, I have not desired any of them to present this letter,...
Although I formerly had the Honor, of being personally presented to your Excellency, when an...
Although extremely unwilling to take up one moment of your Excellencys time the whole of which...
Impress’d with that deference with which from a Very early period of my life—I have been taught...
I take the liberty of inclosing to Your Excellency, a letter I receiv’d from Mr. Vining, in...
I take the liberty of inclosing to Your Excellency, a letter I receiv’d from Mr Vining, in answer...
When I last did myself the Honor of waiting upon your Excellency, on the Subject of my...
When I last did myself the Honor of waiting upon your Excellency, on the Subject of my...
I inclose your Excellency the Certificate of Colonel Barber, and beg your indulgence, for again,...
The citizens of Annapolis conceive it their duty, at this time, to unite their voices with those...
Your wisdom and patriotism have been trumpeted forth by your admirers, till a kind of belief of...
I hope it is a moment of leasure if this luckely should fall into your hands—urgent necessity...
The purport of this Epistle will I presume apologize for the liberty I take in addressing you. By...
Your knowledge of the world makes it hardly necessary for me to remind you how difficult it is to...
I know you to be good—and you are great, independent of public opinion—I mean intrinsically...
Pardon the seeming Indecency of an anonymous Epistle, for which the Occasion may be some Apology....
un malheureux Homme Ce trouvent dans une mauvais etat, prie a monsr le President Washington, de...
I took the liberty of writing you from Richmond about the time the Virginia assembly met; and the...
Beware. Be upon your guard. You have cherished in your Bosom a Serpent, and he is now...
The fear of this not reaching your hands induced the form of the superscription. The motive of my...
Have we not a right as a nation, to demand the Marquis La’ Fayette as a Citizen of our Country....
Although my name will not be, to this paper many where you preside know me personally, I have...