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The last post brought me your letter of the 28th of last month, covering one with other papers to...
My ill state of Health for upwards of a year past has prevented me in a great degree from paying...
By an act of the last Session—a Copy Of which I enclose You will perceive that a Sum not...
Your letter of the 28th of last month, acknowledging the receipt of my two last letters. I...
Charleston, S.C., 6 May 1791. Offers himself as a candidate for the command of the United States...
When we contemplate the near approach of your retirement from public to private Life, as...
I wrote You the 24th Ulto that I had contrary to my fixed resolution of returning to my Mount...
Being much flattered by the confidence reposed in me by you, while I was employed in your...
Your favour of the 18th Ult. with two Plats of land I receiv’d this day. my Mothers absence on a...
I declined answering your letter of the 13th instant from Spurriers, untill I could have an...
after my Best Complyments to you, I then Beg your Excelence pardon for this liberty, I should be...
Having understood that you have it in contemplation to appropriate the Shares which you own in...
I take the liberty of handing to you the names of two Gentlemen either of whom in my opinion will...
It would be very difficult for me to express to you the happiness which I experienced on the...
In my last letter dated the 8th September (and to which I ⟨ mutilated ⟩ yet been favored with an...
In the month of January 1779, Your Excellency in conference with a committee of Congress was...
When I left Mount Vernon it was my intention to have returned there about this time, but three...
upon a review of Mr Jackson’s letters I perceive the apprehension of more severe labor than his...
On the Eleventh day of May last I Receiv’d your Excellencies favour, directed to me from this...
I some Days since received your Favour of the 23d Ultimo—As there is certainly no incompatibility...
I intended to have visited you whilst in this Neighbourhood to have complyed with my promise in...
I take the Liberty of inclosing to you three Letters which I received yesterday Evening from...
Duplicate, via Charleston sir, Augusta [Ga.] 30 August, 1789. Although I have been employed in...
I am informed by Mr Geo: Fitzhugh of your wish to Sell the tract of Land which you hold in...
I have just received from Philadelphia the inclosed petitions of Captain Robert French and his...
I sought the earliest occasions, after my late appointment, to make you my personal...
May it Please Yr Excellency Sir Savannah. May 12th 1791 Having for some years had the Command of...
The Inclosed came under cover to us which we have the honour of Transmiting to your Excellency....
I have lately been advised that Judge Pendleton has left this State, and that the office of...
I have the honor of transmitting to your Excellency, herewith inclosed, Exemplifications of three...
I Am Under the Disagreeable Necessity of Informing your Excellency that Fort Wayne is in A very...
The enclosed copy of an affidavit, the original of which is deposited in our archives, is one...
Your Favour dated the 28 Jany did not get to my hands until three days ago, oweing to my being...
In order to furnish you with the earliest and fullest Information of the Proceedings of the...
At the moment in which my Friend and I were making arrangements to go to Philadelphia at your...
I received your letter of the 8th Inst. with the inclosed advertisement, and think your...
I do myself the honor to transmit you an Act of the state Georgia entitled “An Act to ratify the...
I receiv’d your favour this day in answer to mine wrote in January last—from its not having...
The President being invested by the Constitution with the Appointment of Officers for the new...
Mr Johnson, who was appointed Judge in the federal Court for the State of Maryland, having...
I have served seven years, as chief Justice for the District of Kentucky, and I beleive I have...
I beg Leave to recommend for the office of Collectors in the County of Bristol and State of...
I believe I have committed a trespass on your Excellencys property but I can assure you not...
The public papers having announced “that the President of the United States is on his way to...
In answer to the questions you were pleased to put to me this day, I take the liberty to trouble...
I beg leave to return you my most grateful Acknowledgment for the Commission appointing me...
To insure a safe conveyance to the advertisements of the proposed alterations of the conditions...
Letter not found: from Anthony Whitting, 25 Jan. 1793. GW wrote Whitting on 3 Feb. ,...
Letter not found: from William Pearce, 20 March 1796. On 27 March, GW wrote Pearce: “Yesterday...
Letter not found : from William Aylett Lee, 1 July 1794. The entry for 12 July in GW’s journal of...