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Mr Tilghman authorizes me to tell you that our Law respecting endorsements is exactly the same as...
The emissaries of France when driven from every other expedient for extenuating her depredations...
83[Diary entry: 27 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
27. Wind at So. Et. & lowering but no fall, Mer: 36. Went to the theatre in the Evening. Playing...
Your Letter of the 22d with the weekly reports, was received on the 25th. As its contents, is...
Considering that I have not the honor of being known to you, I fear I shall be justly charged...
Your favor of the 14th instt came duly to hand; and I hope, as the season is approaching fast...
As the curtain is about to close on the political scenes of my life; and consequently to...
Your letter of the 22d inst., as also one of the first, have been duly received. The affectionate...
Your favor of the 20th would have been sooner attended to, but the mails have lately come in,...
I in behalf of a Numbers of prisoners at present Confined in the Goal of this City who have at...
I have the pleasure to inform you are Appointed with the Advice of the Senate of the United...
Whilst, at the approach of your official separation from the Government of the United States, you...
I have recd your affectionate Address with that pleasure & satisfaction wch has always...
The Select Council of the City of Philadelphia, deeply impressed with gratitude for the...
Your approbation of my public Conduct & wishes for my future happiness have excited in my mind...
I nominate William Vans Murray of Maryland to be Minister Resident of the United States of...
Your letter of the 22d instt was delivered to me yesterday morning by Mr Root, who also delivered...
I hope you will pardon the liberty I now take in begging your attention to the inclosd. power...
We arrived here, Dear Papa, last thursday without any accident and found my sister and her...
After one short week your mind will be absorbed in the routine of current business, & the...
The present inimitable course of our public affairs proves me to be a very bad politician so that...
102[Diary entry: 26 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
26. Clear & cold all day Wind at No. Wt. & Mercury 19. All the Military & Naval Officer[s] dined...
I inclose the form of the summons by Mr. Jefferson on the former occasion, to the Senators to...
104[Diary entry: 25 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
25. Wind pretty fresh from the No. W. and cool with lowering clouds towards evening—Mercury 32.
At the request of the Marshall of the Delaware State Mr Allen McLane, I take the Liberty to...
1797 Feby 25 Dr. Mansion house for the work of 8 hands ⅌ Week 48 Cr. By Waggon hauling Stocks at...
The following facts and results are respectfully suggested for consideration. 1. The military...
The printed notification (enclosed) gives a general description of the lands held by the...
In looking forward to the period which is intended to terminate the career of your public life,...
The Presbyterian Congregation have voted me the front Pew in their Church for my Family. It is an...
111[Diary entry: 24 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
24. Rain fell last Night & a little this Morng. Cloudy until afternoon Wind Westerly. Mery. 50.
The sentiments expressed in the address you have delivered to me from the Senate and House of...
Accept my Thanks for your Letters of the 15 and 17 Instant, which together with a Copy of the...
An Address so respectful and affectionate as this from Gentlemen of such Experience and...
General Pinckney and his family have arrived at Amsterdam; but as I have not seen him I presume...
presuming, that a general peace is not very distant: a question arises, to the mind of every...
[ New York, February 23, 1797. On March 3, 1797, Morris wrote to Hamilton and referred to “Yours...
118[Diary entry: 23 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
23. Clear & pleasant forenoon. Wind brisk at So. Wt. lowerg. aftds. W. at So. Et. Mer. 36. The...
Believing that there may be times and occasions, on which my opinions of the anonymous letters...
The Secretary of State has the honor to lay before the President of the United States three...
Mr. Jefferson left this yesterday morning before the arrival of the Stage so that your letter to...
On 19 January 1797 the Treasury Department had recommended that the ad valorem duty on several...
The Senate of the United States would be unjust to their own feelings, and deficient in the...
The Senate of the United States would be unjust to their own feelings, and deficient in the...
New York, February 22, 1797. “In our Character of Executors, we are Trustees for a Number of...
126[Diary entry: 22 February 1797] (Washington Papers)
22. Rain in the Night cloudy forenoon with the Wind at East—afterwards at S. W. clear & very...
I was duely favored with Yours of 13th And the seeds which I delivered to the Gardener—I am...
Upon this auspicious day—and in contemplation of an approaching public event, the most affecting,...
While offering to you our congratulations on the return of this auspicious day, we cannot refrain...
With this you will receive my answer to the Address which you presented to me a few days ago, of...