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1 Washington, George Unknown GW to ——, 1749–1750 1749-01-01 I should receive a Letter or Letters from you by the first and all oppertunetys with the greatest...
2 Washington, George Unknown III., 1757 1757-01-01 I am really sorry, that I have it not in my power to answer your request in a more satisfactory...
3 Adams, John UNKNOWN From John Adams to an Unidentified Correspondent … 1758-10-01 Braintree October–December? 1758. Printed: JA, Earliest Diary The Earliest Diary of John Adams ,...
4 Jefferson, Thomas Unknown From Thomas Jefferson to ——, 26 July 1764 1764-07-26 I like your proposal of keeping up an epistolary correspondence on subjects of some importance. I...
5 Jefferson, Thomas Unknown From Thomas Jefferson to ——, 30 June 1771 1771-06-30 Among the Treasurer ’s causes which I have undertaken to finish is a suit brought against you by...
6 Washington, George Unknown From George Washington to an Unidentified County … 1774-02-12 Satisfied as I am, of the many application’s you must have had made to you, for assistants to...
7 McDougall, Alexander UNKNOWN Alexander McDougall to ?, 14 April 1775 1775-04-14 This covers a Letter, and accompanies a Budle, to our mutual Friend John Adams Esqr, which I...
8 Adams, John UNKNOWN From John Adams to Unknown, 5 November 1776 1776-11-05 I find the People this Way, under very disagreable Apprehensions, about Paper Currency. The...
9 Jefferson, Thomas Unknown From Thomas Jefferson to ——, 18 April 1777 1777-04-18 The bearer hereof, Mr. Strother Jones, son to a friend of mine, is now setting out for the...
10 Adams, John UNKNOWN From John Adams to Unknown, 27 April 1777 1777-04-27 I think it is Montesqueiu, who, Somewhere observes, that the English of Charles’s days were...