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1 Hamilton, Alexander Washington, George From Alexander Hamilton to George Washington … 1789-01-01 Mr. Hamilton will with pleasure execute the command of the President by the time appointed and...
2 Hamilton, Alexander Washington, George To George Washington from Alexander Hamilton, 1789–1795 1789-01-01 Mr Hamilton will with pleasure execute the command of the President by the time appointed and...
3 Invalid Pensioners of Pennsylvania Washington, George To George Washington from the Invalid Pensioners of … 1789-01-01 The Petition of The Subscribers, pensioners According to Act of Congress of 7th June 1785 in...
4 McDonnell, Michael Washington, George To George Washington from Michael McDonnell, 1789 1789-01-01 Permit one of the lowest of the people to approach you with every sentiment of Gratitude and...
5 Penet, Pierre Washington, George To George Washington from Pierre Penet, 1789 1789-01-01 the Subscriber parthener of Emanuel Pliarne decea’d in the year 1777 in crosing Potomock River,...
6 White, Alexander Washington, George To George Washington from Alexander White, 1789 1789-01-01 General Edward Stevens—solicits an appointment in the Customs particularly the District of...
7 Bowen, Oliver Washington, George To George Washington from Oliver Bowen, April 1789 1789-04-01 It is not, I presume, unusal or improper for persons to offer themselves as candidates for...
8 Lewis, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Lewis, April 1789 1789-04-01 Since here, have made every enquiry respecting the Land which you wish’d to be informed of. As...
9 Baldwin, Abraham Washington, George To George Washington from Abraham Baldwin, 30 April … 1789-04-30 An appointment from the State of Georgia as one of their representatives in congress lays me...
10 Finnie, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Finnie, 30 April 1789 1789-04-30 Urged by the all powerful impulse of necesaty I presume to appear before your Excellency as an...
11 Lindsay, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Lindsay, 30 April … 1789-04-30 If you are not already fatigued with the Numerous similar Applications that have already been...
12 Wilkinson, Reuben Washington, George To George Washington from Reuben Wilkinson, 30 April … 1789-04-30 Having had the honor of being annually appointed Collector of the Port of Savannah for two years...
13 Randall, Paul Richard Washington, George To George Washington from Paul Richard Randall, May … 1789-05-01 It is with extreme diffidence I obtrude myself upon your notice in expressing an inclination to...
14 Cochran, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Cochran, 1 May 1789 1789-05-01 Permit me to congratulate you & my Country on your Appointment to the chief Presidency of the...
15 Moustier, Eléanor-François-Elie, comte de Washington, George To George Washington from Moustier, 1 May 1789 1789-05-01 It is truly mortifying to me to be under the disadvantage of using a foreign language in which I...
16 Stockton, Annis Boudinot Washington, George To George Washington from Annis Boudinot Stockton, 1 … 1789-05-01 Can the muse, can the freind forbear! (for oh I must Call thee friend, great as thou art) to pay...
17 White, Anthony Walton Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Walton White, 1 May … 1789-05-01 My friends have advised me to offer myself a candidate for the office of Collector of the Impost...
18 Hancock, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Hancock, 2 May 1789 1789-05-02 Having had the honour of writing to your Excellency by Mr Allen, of expressing the pleasure I...
19 Lasher, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Lasher, 2 May 1789 1789-05-02 The Memorial of John Lasher Most respectfully Sheweth That your Memorialist in the glorious...
20 Livingston, Robert R. Washington, George To George Washington from Robert R. Livingston, 2 May … 1789-05-02 It is not without regret that I reflect on the interruption that was given to the conversation I...
21 St. Clair, Arthur Washington, George To George Washington from Arthur St. Clair, 2 May 1789 1789-05-02 I have the honor to lay before you the Treaties concluded, in pursuance of the Instructions...
22 Schuyler, Philip Washington, George To George Washington from Philip Schuyler, 2 May 1789 1789-05-02 By yesterdays post we were advised of Your Excellencys arrival at New York, and If a variety of...
23 Warren, James Washington, George To George Washington from James Warren, 2 May 1789 1789-05-02 When your arrival at the head of the General Government is announced, it is become my duty as it...
24 Weissenfels, Frederick Washington, George To George Washington from Frederick Weissenfels, 2 May … 1789-05-02 The Memorial of Frederick Weissenfels Most Respectfully Sheweth. That he being far advanced in...
25 Heth, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Heth, 3 May 1789 1789-05-03 I had the honor of presenting yesterday forenoon, your letter to Mrs Washington, together with...
26 O’Brien, Michael Morgan Washington, George To George Washington from Michael Morgan O’Brien, 4 May … 1789-05-04 By the advice of my Friends, I am induced to apply to your Exellency for an Appointment in the...
27 Philadelphia County Society for Promotion of … Washington, George To George Washington from Philadelphia County Society … 1789-05-04 On the 4th day of May 1789 His Excellency George Washington Esqr. was elected a Corresponding...
28 Taylor, George Jr. Washington, George To George Washington from George Taylor, Jr., 4 May … 1789-05-04 The President being invested by the Constitution with the Appointment of Officers for the new...
29 Hamilton, Alexander Washington, George From Alexander Hamilton to George Washington, [5 May … 1789-05-05 In conformity to the intimation you were pleased to honor me with on evening last I have...
30 Bush, George Washington, George To George Washington from George Bush, 5 May 1789 1789-05-05 In answer to the questions you were pleased to put to me this day, I take the liberty to trouble...