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1 Hamilton, Alexander Washington, George Alexander Hamilton and Henry Knox to George Washington … 1793-05-02 A conformity of opinion, and upon the same grounds, enables us to submit to you a joint Answer to...
2 Hamilton, Alexander Washington, George Enclosure: Answer to Question the 3d. Proposed by the … 1793-05-02 “If received” meaning a Minister from the Republic of France “shall it be absolutely or with...
3 Knox, Henry Washington, George List of Names From Whence to Take a Minister for … 1794-05-19 Georgia Nathaniel Pendleton (District Judge) Baldwin S Carolina J Rutlege E Rutlege CC Pinkney...
4 Hamilton, Alexander Washington, George Alexander Hamilton and Henry Knox to George Washington … 1794-08-05 The draft of a proclamation and that of an instruction to the Commissioners being both prepared,...
5 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 9 May 1789 1789-05-09 I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt [of] Sundry papers relative to the cherokees indians...
6 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 13 May 1789 1789-05-13 The secretary for the department of war humbly submits to the President of the United States the...
7 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 23 May 1789 1789-05-23 The Secretary at war having examined the Negotiations of the Governor of the Western territory...
8 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 9 June 1789 1789-06-09 In obedience to the desire expressed in your letter of yesterday, I shall immediately proceed to...
9 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 15 June 1789 1789-06-15 The time it will require to complete a full statement of the department of War, induces me to...
10 Knox, Henry Washington, George Enclosure, 15 June 1789 1789-06-15 (Number 1) By information from Brigadier General Harmar the commanding Officer of the troops on...
11 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 6 July 1789 1789-07-06 Indian Department, Southern District The Creeks. This nation of indians is divided into two...
12 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 7 July 1789 1789-07-07 The report of the 23d of May 1789 on the treaties at Fort Harmar, by the Governor of the Western...
13 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 7 July 1789 1789-07-07 The Cherokees. This Nation of Indians consisting of separate Towns or villages are seated...
14 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 7 July 1789 1789-07-07 The Chickasaws. This Nation of Indians were estimated by the Commissioners in 1785 at 800...
15 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 28 July 1789 1789-07-28 Having examined the report of the Commissioners for treating with the Southern Indians dated the...
16 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 13 August 1789 1789-08-13 The detail of the estimate of the expences for treating with the Southern indians which was...
17 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 17 August 1789 1789-08-17 I have enclosed the copies of the letters you have been pleased to request. I am persuaded the...
18 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 17 August 1789 1789-08-17 I beg leave to submit to your view a loose sketch of the general ideas which have occurred to me...
19 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 9 October 1789 1789-10-09 I have the honor to submit to your inspection a general return of the Ordnance, Arms, and...
20 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 18 October 1789 1789-10-18 In obedience to your commands to write to you on all occasions I have the honor to inform you...
21 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 22 October 1789 1789-10-22 Nothing of importance has occurred since the letter I did myself the honor of writing you on the...
22 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 25 October 1789 1789-10-25 No further intelligence has been received from Georgia since the arrival of Mr Kean. This...
23 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 27 October 1789 1789-10-27 I have this moment received a letter from Mr Habersham at Savannah dated the 14th instant...
24 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 21 November 1789 1789-11-21 I have the honor to submit to your inspection the report and letter which I have just received...
25 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 27 November 1789 1789-11-27 I have the honor to submit to you a letter from Brigadier General Harmar dated the 19th of...
26 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 4 January 1790 1790-01-04 I humbly beg leave to submit to your consideration a general statement of the Indian Department,...
27 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 18 January 1790 1790-01-18 Having submitted to your consideration a plan for the arrangement of the militia of the United...
28 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 20 January 1790 1790-01-20 I have but this moment been able to obtain two correct copies of the plan for the Militia. I will...
29 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 26 January 1790 1790-01-26 In consequence of the act of the United States in Congress assembled of the 29th of September...
30 Knox, Henry Washington, George Henry Knox’s Notes on the State of the Frontier … 1790-01-01 Although I experience a reluctance in again bringing before you the subject of a treaty with the...