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I did myself the pleasure of writing to you on the 15th Since which the meeting have concluded...
I have the pleasure of enclosing you a Copy of the treaty lately concluded with the Six Nations,...
I am to Sensibly affected at the gratefull hommage you so Justly receive from the state of...
I should sooner have done myself the honor of writing to you, if it had been in my power to have...
Heaven forbid my dear Sir, that you should measure my affection for you by the frequency of my...
This is to acquint your Exsellency that I maid Aplacation to Mr Lund Washington Near three Months...
If Affairs of infinite Consequence had not engaged your Excellency’s Time & Attention an Address...
Mr Watson by whom this will be handed you having some things for you brought with him from...
Letter not found: from Richard Varick, 2 December. On 26 Sept. 1785 GW wrote Varick : “I have...
In the course of the last month I reed a letter from Mr Richard Harrison established at Cadiz...
Permit me by these lines to express the sentiments of a grateful heart, in testifying the...
Every thing on this side the water seems to indicate a certainty of war. the Emperor seems...
Letter not found: from James Madison, 11 Dec. 1784. On 28 Dec. GW wrote to Madison : “I have been...
Letter not found: from Chastellux, 12 Dec. 1784. On 5 Sept. 1785 GW wrote Chastellux : “I am your...
Letter not found: from Elias Boudinot, 14 Dec. 1784. On 31 Jan. 1785 GW wrote to Boudinot : “I...
I have the Honour to Inclose you Several Resolutions of the General Assembly, relative to the...
I entertained the pleasing hope of meeting you at this place; on no better authority indeed than...
In the fullest confidence that your Excellencys love of Justice will induce you to forgive the...
I sincerely congratulate you on having Seen an end to the late destructive War, in which you have...
I Shou’d think myself much Obliged to Your encellency if through Your Means Some of the Following...
Your Favor of Yesterday’s Date came to Hand this Morning. I intended to have done myself the...
I would have sent you, before now, the Papers enclosed with this letter, if I had not been in...
I should lament the want of expression extremily did I believe it could convey with the exactness...
I live in hopes that before this you must have Received, by the means of our mutual & most...
Mr de Chateaufort, Consul of France for the State of So. Carolina, intends, on his Journey from...
My very good friend Governor Clinton has doubtless informed you long since of his intention to...
Letter not found: from Ebenezer Hazard, 21 Dec. 1784. On 5 Jan. 1785 GW wrote to Hazard: “A few...
I Have Received Your Affectionate letter Of the 8th inst., and from the known Sentiments of My...
Believe me Sir were I in Health fit to attend the Committee this Evening I would on no account...
Letter not found: from George Clinton, 26 Dec. 1784. On 5 April 1785 GW wrote to Clinton : “Your...