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Letter not found: from William B. Harrison, 21 Feb. 1799. On 5 Mar. GW wrote Harrison : “Your letter of the 21st of Feby ⟨ha⟩s ⟨bee⟩n received.”
Letter not found: from Charles Demoumonier, 5 April 1799. On 6 April Tobias Lear wrote Demoumonier: “General Washington has received your letter to him dated the 5 inst. . . .”
Letter not found: from William Vans Murray, 7 April 1799. On 26 Oct. 1799 GW wrote Murray that “Within the space of a few days” he had four letters from Murray, including a “duplicate of one of the 7th of April (the original is missing).”
As you have got yourself released from the Burthen of the exalted public Station you had long held with the highest Honor to yourself, and Benefit to the People over whom you presided, you will now, I trust, have Leisure to attend a little to a more private Duty in which you were engaged even before your public one commenced, & which is not yet completed; and having Leisure, & Opportunity, I...
Letter not found: from Clement Biddle, 1 Dec. 1799. GW wrote Biddle on 8 Dec. : “Your letters of the 23d Ulto and 1st instant have both been received.”
Letter not found: from John Gill, 28 Sept. 1799. On 13 Oct. GW wrote Gill : “Your letter of the 28th Ulto came duly to hand.”
Letter not found: from Landon Carter, 6 Sept. 1799. On 11 Sept. GW wrote Carter : “In answer to your favor of the 6th instant. . . .”
Letter not found: from Clement Biddle, 13 Jan. 1799. On 20 Jan. GW wrote Biddle : “Your letter of the 13 Inst, has been duly received.”
The Cook I wish to dispose of, is at present under inoculation—As soon as he recovers, & is perfectly out of the way of communicating the disorder, he shall come down to Mount Vernon—You are perfectly welcome to keep him, till you have had a satisfactory trial of him—If he pleases you, I am sure we shall not disagree about his price. I have here about fifty bushels of Rye, but it is not yet...
Your propositions with which I was honor’d a few days ago, respecting an exchange of Lands between us, I have considered with that deliberation which the importance of the subject requires, and am concerned at their not appearing so advantageous to me as to justify an acceptance of them —This exchange has long been the object of my wishes and has often been revolved in my mind, from which...