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Beg leave to trouble you in behalf of Serjt Fisher formerly of Colonel Bailey now the 2d Regt—by...
At a reasonable Time after the Furloughs of Non-Commissioned Officers & Soldiers expire, they are...
The note you Sent me contains the Genl’s consent for my absence—I have between two & three...
I am sorry I am reduced to the Necessity of entering a most grievous and heavy complaint against...
Permission is hereby granted for Lt Col. Humphrys, Aide de Camp to the Commander in Chief to...
It is with the most affectionate Feelings of Respect we are informed the Commander in Chief is...
I have been favored with your letter of the 6th—Be assured that there are few things which would...
I very sincerely congratulate you on your late appointment—It is honorable, & I dare say must be...
I find on my arrival here that there is no vessel going for France from any Eastern port. There...
I mentioned in my letter to you that there was one circumstance which might induce me to take my...
A letter which I wrote you by express to bring you on here will have informed you of the...
I have had the pleasure to receive two letters from you since your arrival in France, and cannot...
Editorial Note A letter written by George Washington on 7 Feb. 1785, and printed in John C....
Since my last to you I have received your letters of the 15th of Jany and (I believe) that of the...
In the latter part of July I wrote to you very fully, since which I have received your favor of...
Since my last of the 1st of September I have received your favor of the 17th of July, which was...
I inclose you a letter from Gatteaux observing that there will be an anachronism, if, in making a...
Your letter on the subject of the medals came duly to hand, but the workman has not applied to me...
I received with Pleasure, your kind Letter of Yesterday, and although I cannot absolutely...
I received with Pleasure, your kind Letter of Yesterday, and although I cannot absolutely...
I wrote you a few days agone, and least that Letter Should miscarry I write again to beg of you...
I have been honoured with your letter in which you mention to me your intention of returning to...
Je suppose que pendant l’absence de son Excellence Mr. Jefferson mes Lettres sont toujours...
My stay in London having been considerably longer than I had expected, I did not arrive in this...
Your letter from New York (as did the preceeding one from London) came duly to hand, & claim my...
I wrote you on the 7th. of May, being immediately on my return from England; and have lately...
Enclosed are all the documents Mr Lear could find respecting the confinement, & treatment under...
Your favor of the 24th ulto came to my hands about the middle of this month. For the enclosures...
I am much indebted to you for your several favors of the 1st 9th & 16th of November. The last...
50Remarks, 1787–1788 (Washington Papers)
It was rather the wish of my eldest brother (on whom the general concerns of the family devolved)...
Since I have heard of the robbery of the Mail at New Ark, on the 4th instt, I have been under...
Colo. Wadsworth has handed me your obliging and much esteemed favor of the 20th ulto for which I...
Colo. Wadsworth, as I informed you in my last, presented me your obliging favor of the 30th of...
I remember when you left us, it was with a promise to supply all the defects of correspondence in...
Your favor of the 28th Ult. came duly to hand, as did the other of June. With great pleasure I...
Your favor of Nov. 29. 1788. came to hand the last month. How it happened that mine of Aug. 1787....
New York, 31 July 1789. Requests Humphreys to “mention to the President that all the Gentlemen...
As Congress are making an Addition to their Military Establishment, I am induced to offer myself...
I am directed by the Secretary of the Treasury, to request that you will inform him, whether any...
The President having thought proper to confide several special matters in Europe to your care, it...
Inclosed is a letter to Messrs. Wilhem and Jan Willinck and Nicholas and J Van Staphorst and...
Your letters No. 1. to 6. from England, No. 7. 8. from Lisbon and No. 9. from Madrid are all...
As this letter is wholly of a private nature I refer you to Mr Jefferson’s official...
I wrote you Mar. 15. with postscripts of the 18th. and 19th. Since that yours of Jan. 3. No. 10....
There has been published at Madrid, by some bishop who had been to Mexico, and found there an...
The bearer hereof Mr. John Wilcocks junr. having in contemplation to visit different Countries of...
Mr. Thomas Barclay is appointed by the President of the United States to go to Morocco in the...
My last letters to you have been of Apr. 11. and May 13 and I am now to acknowlege the receipt of...
Mr. Barclay having been detained longer than was expected, you will receive this, as well as my...
I have received your letters of the 16 of February and 3 of may, and am much obliged by your...