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151[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...
We had the honor of your favor of the 15th Instant—Your Ideas respecting the Capitol are those...
We the undersigned Merchants of the District of Delaware, feeling ourselves interested in the...
It is with peculiar pleasure, that I contemplate your having been preserved to the present...
In obedience to a resolution entered into at a meeting held in the Town of Sunbury on the 27th...
It being found expedient that David Humphreys Minister Resident for the United States of America...
The President will read with pleasure the postscript of the inclosed letter from Robert...
Expostulatory Letter to George Washington, of Mount Vernon, in Virginia, on his continuing to be...
In the nominations that were submitted to you on Friday the 17th instant, the name of William...
It was not till last Evening that I received Your Letters of Febry 2 d 4 & 7 th . the post did...
165[Diary entry: 19 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
19. Clear, Wind Westerly in the Morning but cloudy afterwards. Mer: 30. Went to church.
Your favor of the 7th instant came duly to hand, but a pressure of business, has retarded the...
Your favor of the 8th instant from Albany, was duly received; but not before arrangements for...
The Secretary of State respectfully lays before the President of the U. States the draught of an...
I recd. your weekly letter by the last Mail. This will shew you that I am equally punctual. Fanny...
Letter not found. Ca. 19 February 1797. Mentioned in Jones to JM, 23 Feb. 1797 . Informs Jones...
I have recd your favour of 30. Ult.—Thank you for your good Wishes. I know not the reason why the...
172[Diary entry: 18 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
18. Heavy morning & variable all day—Wind West. Mercury at 30. One third of the Pennsylvania Ho....
The period not being yet arrived when the extension of the commerce of the United States in the...
On the 1st of Janry I had pleasure of writing to you a long letter, which I hope you will have...
Previous to Colo. Monroe’s departure for Europe he transmitted to me papers and documents...
I have recieved your letters of Jan ry. 28. and 31. which have afforded me more real...
I groan My Dr. Sir at the disgraceful course of our affairs. I pity all those who are officially...
178[Diary entry: 17 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
17. Wind still westerly. Cloudy forenoon & rainy afternoon & Night. Mercury at 38. A very crouded...
Deeming it expedient that John Quincy Adams, Minister Resident from the United States of America...
In looking over the press copy of the letter I wrote you by the Post of Wednesday last, which was...
Some time since I did myself the pleasure to wait on You through the Medium of my Friends Messrs...
Desirous of continuing a friendly and useful intercourse between the subjects of your Majesty and...
Conscious as I am of the Importance of your Time I yet must take the Liberty to intrude so far on...
When we contemplate the near approach of your retirement from public to private Life, as...
The kindness of my fellow citizens has given me frequent occasions to make my acknowledgments for...
I nominate the following Persons to fill the Offices annexed to their respective names. Morgan...
Since I wrote you last I have been in constant expectation of seeing General Pinckney here, and...
Compliments to the Vice-President Enclosed is the curious and Insulting Letter mentioned...
189[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...
About the 14 of last month I wrote you a letter, from Lancaster County (this State) and from my...
Le Sr Fréderic Jacques Wichelhausen, venant de nous présenter les lettres patentes, qui font foi...
I had the Honour to have your Excellencys highly Esteemed favour of the 13th Currant which...
The enclosed letter was sent to me from the Post Office with many others, & the Seal broke before...
Being longer detained in Albemarle than I expected I did not arrive here untill the last evening,...
On the 11th instant I delivered to Samuel Bloodworth, son of the Senator, a letter to Mr....
On the 11th. instant I delivered the inclosed packet to Mr. Bloodworth, son of the Senator from...
Geave me leave to recall to your recollection and acquaintance Mr. De Talon the bearer of this,...
199[Diary entry: 15 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
15. Cloudy forenoon with flakes of Snow—clear afterwards. Wind Westerly. Mercury 34. Large Compy.
Several of your letters have been received within these few days; and notwithstanding the...