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101 Washington, George [Diary entry: 26 February 1797] 1797-02-26 26. Clear & cold all day Wind at No. Wt. & Mercury 19. All the Military & Naval Officer[s] dined...
102 Pickering, Timothy Adams, John To John Adams from Timothy Pickering, 25 February 1797 1797-02-25 I inclose the form of the summons by Mr. Jefferson on the former occasion, to the Senators to...
103 Washington, George [Diary entry: 25 February 1797] 1797-02-25 25. Wind pretty fresh from the No. W. and cool with lowering clouds towards evening—Mercury 32.
104 Bassett, Richard Washington, George To George Washington from Richard Bassett, 25 February … 1797-02-25 At the request of the Marshall of the Delaware State Mr Allen McLane, I take the Liberty to...
105 Pearce, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Pearce, 25 February … 1797-02-25 1797 Feby 25 Dr. Mansion house for the work of 8 hands ⅌ Week 48 Cr. By Waggon hauling Stocks at...
106 McHenry, James Washington, George To George Washington from James McHenry, 25 February … 1797-02-25 The following facts and results are respectfully suggested for consideration. 1. The military...
107 Washington, George Putnam, Rufus From George Washington to Rufus Putnam, 25 February … 1797-02-25 The printed notification (enclosed) gives a general description of the lands held by the...
108 Hitchcock, Enos Washington, George To George Washington from Enos Hitchcock, 25 February … 1797-02-25 In looking forward to the period which is intended to terminate the career of your public life,...
109 Adams, John Adams, Abigail John Adams to Abigail Adams, 24 February 1797 1797-02-24 The Presbyterian Congregation have voted me the front Pew in their Church for my Family. It is an...
110 Washington, George [Diary entry: 24 February 1797] 1797-02-24 24. Rain fell last Night & a little this Morng. Cloudy until afternoon Wind Westerly. Mery. 50.
111 Washington, George Sedgwick, Theodore From George Washington to Theodore Sedgwick, 24 … 1797-02-24 The sentiments expressed in the address you have delivered to me from the Senate and House of...
112 Adams, John United States Senate From John Adams to United States Senate, 23 February … 1797-02-23 An Address so respectful and affectionate as this from Gentlemen of such Experience and...
113 Adams, John Quincy Adams, John To John Adams from John Quincy Adams, 23 February 1797 1797-02-23 General Pinckney and his family have arrived at Amsterdam; but as I have not seen him I presume...
114 Sayre, Stephen Adams, John To John Adams from Stephen Sayre, 23 February 1797 1797-02-23 presuming, that a general peace is not very distant: a question arises, to the mind of every...
115 Hamilton, Alexander Morris, Robert From Alexander Hamilton to Robert Morris, 23 February … 1797-02-23 [ New York, February 23, 1797. On March 3, 1797, Morris wrote to Hamilton and referred to “Yours...
116 Washington, George [Diary entry: 23 February 1797] 1797-02-23 23. Clear & pleasant forenoon. Wind brisk at So. Wt. lowerg. aftds. W. at So. Et. Mer. 36. The...
117 Washington, George Armstrong, John From George Washington to John Armstrong, 23 February … 1797-02-23 Believing that there may be times and occasions, on which my opinions of the anonymous letters...
118 Pickering, Timothy Washington, George To George Washington from Timothy Pickering, 23 … 1797-02-23 The Secretary of State has the honor to lay before the President of the United States three...
119 Jones, Joseph Madison, James To James Madison from Joseph Jones, 23 February 1797 1797-02-23 Mr. Jefferson left this yesterday morning before the arrival of the Stage so that your letter to...
120 Madison, James Indirect Taxes, [23 February] 1797 1797-02-23 On 19 January 1797 the Treasury Department had recommended that the ad valorem duty on several...
121 United States Senate Adams, John To John Adams from United States Senate, 22 February … 1797-02-22 The Senate of the United States would be unjust to their own feelings, and deficient in the...
122 United States Senate Adams, John To John Adams from United States Senate, 22 February … 1797-02-22 The Senate of the United States would be unjust to their own feelings, and deficient in the...
123 Bancker, Gerard Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Gerard Bancker and Philip … 1797-02-22 New York, February 22, 1797. “In our Character of Executors, we are Trustees for a Number of...
124 Washington, George [Diary entry: 22 February 1797] 1797-02-22 22. Rain in the Night cloudy forenoon with the Wind at East—afterwards at S. W. clear & very...
125 Anderson, James Washington, George To George Washington from James Anderson, 22 February … 1797-02-22 I was duely favored with Yours of 13th And the seeds which I delivered to the Gardener—I am...
126 Mifflin, Thomas Washington, George To George Washington from Thomas Mifflin, 22 February … 1797-02-22 Upon this auspicious day—and in contemplation of an approaching public event, the most affecting,...
127 Macpherson, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Macpherson, 22 … 1797-02-22 While offering to you our congratulations on the return of this auspicious day, we cannot refrain...
128 Washington, George Hall, Charles From George Washington to Charles Hall, 22 February … 1797-02-22 With this you will receive my answer to the Address which you presented to me a few days ago, of...
129 Jackson, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Jackson, 22 February … 1797-02-22 With a sense of gratitude, which words can but feebly express, I transmit to you the just account...
130 Washington, George Hall, Charles From George Washington to Charles Hall, 22 February … 1797-02-22 I have received with much pleasure the address which you transmitted to me on behalf of a...
131 Washington, George Mifflin, Thomas From George Washington to Thomas Mifflin, 22 February … 1797-02-22 Your congratulations, & the expression of your attachment & approbation of my public services,...
132 Washington, George Irvine, James From George Washington to James Irvine, 22 February … 1797-02-22 I receive, as I ought, with great sensibility, the congratulations on this day of so respectable...
133 Pickering, Timothy Washington, George To George Washington from Timothy Pickering, 22 … 1797-02-22 I beg leave to inform you, that Major Allen McLane whose merit and fidelity as a military officer...
134 Pierce, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Pierce, 22 February 1797 1797-02-22 Inclosed is an Address which by directions I have the honour to transmit to you and flatter my...
135 Slough, Matthias Washington, George To George Washington from Matthias Slough, 22 February … 1797-02-22 Your Highly & most Esteemed favour of the 18th Currant Duely reached me by the last evenings Post...
136 Jones, Joseph Madison, James To James Madison from Joseph Jones, 22 February 1797 1797-02-22 I conclude Mr. Jefferson has gone forward the upper road as he has not yet passed through this...
137 Adams, Abigail Adams, Thomas Boylston Abigail Adams to Thomas Boylston Adams, 21 February … 1797-02-21 I fear to look back to the Date of my last Letter to You, least it should accuse me of omission....
138 Adams, John Smith, Abigail Adams John Adams to Abigail Adams Smith, 21 February 1797 1797-02-21 I believe I have not acknowledged your favour of the 20th January, which I received in its...
139 Adams, John Quincy, Josiah, III From John Adams to Josiah, III Quincy, 21 February 1797 1797-02-21 I received in its time your favor of the 2d and thank you for your clear and satisfactory answer...
140 “Americus” The Warning No. III, [21 February 1797] 1797-02-21 The Paris Accounts inform us that France has lately exercised towards Genoa an act of atrocious...
141 Washington, George [Diary entry: 21 February 1797] 1797-02-21 21. Wind westerly & remarkably pleasant in the forenoon—but lowering afterwards. Mery. at 30.
142 Sinclair, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Sinclair, 21 February … 1797-02-21 Resolved That the thanks of this Board be given, to His Excellency George Washington, for his...
143 Scott, Gustavus Washington, George To George Washington from Gustavus Scott, 21 February … 1797-02-21 We had the honor of receiving yours of the 17th Inst. by last mail—The ideas expressed in your...
144 Craik, George Washington Montgomery, James From George Washington Craik to James Montgomery, 21 … 1797-02-21 In acknowledging the receipt of Your Letter of the 17th instant, I am directed by the President...
145 Adams, John Adams, Abigail John Adams to Abigail Adams, 20 February 1797 1797-02-20 just rc d yr s of 8. 9. 13 th. return sister Peabodys lovely Letter. John’s is gone to the P.— I...
146 Adams, John Quincy Johnson, Louisa Catherine John Quincy Adams to Louisa Catherine Johnson, 20 … 1797-02-20 I hope we shall never get into a habit of writing to one another angry and kind Letters...
147 Washington, Martha Adams, Abigail Martha Washington to Abigail Adams, 20 February 1797 1797-02-20 your kind and affectionate letter of the 9 th instant has been duly received.— For the favourable...
148 Adams, John Lathrop, John From John Adams to John Lathrop, 20 February 1797 1797-02-20 I have received your kind Letter of the 30 Jan and thank you, for your obliging Complaisance in...
149 McHenry, James Adams, John To John Adams from James McHenry, 20 February 1797 1797-02-20 I have the honour to transmit you herewith, a list of Invalid-Pension-Applicants—who have been...
150 Washington, George Adams, John To John Adams from George Washington, 20 February 1797 1797-02-20 I thank you for giving me the perusal of the enclosed.—The sentiments do honor to the head &...