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I had the honor to receive your obliging letter, of the 14th instant, seven days after its date...
Letter not found: from Samuel Chase, 31 Dec. 1784. On 5 Jan. 1785 GW wrote to Chase : “Receive my...
Perhaps you will be surprized at receiving a letter from a person entirely unknown to you, and...
since my writing by the last Post I have recd the Twenty five Guineas which you sent by Monsr...
I was yesterday honored with your favor of the 28 Ult. accompanying the report of the Conferees...
The Gentlemen who will have the honor to deliver you this Letter are from the West Indias they...
It gives me great pleasure to inform that the assembly yesterday without a discenting voice...
I have now the pleasure of confirming the expectations hinted in my last concerning the result of...
In arranging the intelligence obtained from the inspection of your papers, I found that an...
Your favor of the 20th came duly to hand, neither Ryan nor Mr Rumsey were in Richmond while I was...
Letter not found: from Battaile Muse, 14 Jan. 1785. On 5 Feb. GW wrote to Muse : “I have lately...
There is no great alteration in the complexion of the political world since I had the honour of...
I had the honor of writing to you last by the post that left Trenton just before I quitted that...
An ardent desire for the Administration of the strictest Right in every Minutia which may fall...
I am Encouraged to address your Excellency from a Confidence of your willingness to Overlook...
We are duly honor’d with your letter of 18th Inst. with the Virginia Bill & other enclosures the...
The honor of having served under your Excellency engages me, arrived in America lately, to take a...
Major Turner of Philadelphia to whom, and Captn Claypole, was committed the buisiness of having...
My last to your Excellency was of the congratulatory Sort, written on the joyfull & acceptable...
Letter not found: from Battaile Muse, 25 Jan. 1785. On 5 Feb. GW wrote to Muse : “I have lately...
In a Short time after you left my office I Examin’d the falls of Cheat river agreeable to your...
The bearer Mr Laurence is a gentleman from Denmark who has been here some time, and is largely...
I received your favor of the 20th Decr. I am extremely mortified that you have been subjected to...
It gives me much pleasure to know that our Act for opening the Navigation of Potomack arrived in...
I just met with a Sloop going immediately for Potowmack by which I have time to send the Two bags...
I am sorry to inform you I was mistaken in my opinion of having seen an Entry on the Books of the...
I have the satisfaction, my dear Sir, to acknowledge the receipt of your kind favors of the 5th...
I most humbly presume to take on me the freedom of acquainting your Noble Excellency that Richard...
The state meeting of the Cincinnati in New Hampshire have received and considered the proceedings...
Letter not found: from Patrick Henry, 5 Feb. 1785. On 27 Feb. GW wrote to Henry : “I have had the...