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I recieved your letter of the 21st ulmo a few days ago, but deferred answering it, ‘till I could again see Mr Bayly, & Mr [Daniel] Carroll of Duddington, my informants respecting Coll Mercer’s speech —Inclosed, I send you Mr Bayly’s certificate of what passed—Mr Carroll tho’ he agrees with Mr Bayly, that Coll Mercer expressed himself as stated, has I know not for what reasons declined sending...
Letter not found: from David Stuart, 23 June 1788. On 27 June GW wrote that his “letter of the 23d . . . came duly to hand.”
Letter not found: from David Stuart, 4 June 1788. On 8 June GW wrote Stuart : “I have received your favour of the 4th.”
I was in town yesterday, and have come again today for no other purpose that to see if the note sent by the Bank of this place to Baltimore had been paid—’tho’ the note has been sent near a fortnight, they have not it seems ever heard from their correspendent of its being recieved—This appears to be very strange—I can have no doubt of its being eventually paid when presented; as I gave the...
I am sorry I was not at home yesterday, to have complied with your request, in sending a translation of the Chevalier’s letter by Mrs Washington. You will now recieve one of that, and of Crajenschot’s —Monsr Perrin, to whom I shewed Dasmonts letter, tells me, that the Brother enquired after by them, passed thro’ town about a month ago—He took a minute of the Contents, to transmit, or take...
Letter not found: from David Stuart, 3 Nov. 1788. On 10 Nov. GW wrote to Stuart : “Your letter of the 3d came duly to hand.”
I have just time to inform you, that the business of the rents between Mr Alexander & the estate of Mr Custis for the twelve years possession of it, was adjudged two days ago—I am sorry to inform you that it has exceeded every idea I had formed on the subject, and I believe that of every reasonable man—The two men nominated by me were Mr Pollard & Mr Moss those nominated by Alexander Mr Thomas...
As I have at length made an agreement with Mr Alexander, which will be binding, if it meets with your approbation, I shall endeavour to give you every information in my power, to enable you to judge of the propriety or impropriety of it —I informed you in my last, that I had little expectation of effecting any with him, as he had receded so far from his original proposals, as to demand a...
(Duplicate) Territory of Columbia, 18th September 1793 At a Public Sale of Lots in the City of Washington, George Washington, President of the United States of America became purchaser of Lots No. twelve, No. thirteen & No. fourteen in Square No. six hundred & sixty seven for the consideration of one thousand and sixty six dollars & two thirds of a Dollar, subject to the Terms and Conditions...
Letter not found: from David Stuart, 29 Oct. 1791. On 20 Nov. GW mentioned to Stuart the “receipt of your letter of the 29th of October.”