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May it please your Excellency I have presum’d to trouble you again on the same Subject that I did some time ago and hope that you will pardon me for presumeing the Second time to trouble you on a Subject that I am afraid is not agreable to you a Request that Carrys with it very great Marks of Vanaty. I must confess by being made by a Stranger a Man whom you never Saw nor knows nothing of but I...
1797 Feby 7 To Cash paid £9. March 21 Beef 107 lb. 15 d. 2. 4. May 12 2000 Herrings 18/ 1. 16. 50 lb. fine flour 37/
A Meteorological Account of the weather Kept at Mount Vernon 1797 Feby 26 in the Morning 38 S. clear 40 S clear 40 S clear 27 40 S.W cloudy 42 S.W cloudy 42 W cloudy
I have neglected till this Moment to inclose the letter of Mr Smith respecting the plank which you wanted. He is a very honest worthy Man, and as far as my recollection serves me, the prices are such as is usual for choice plank. The freight will be no more than what is customary. From the Industry and attention of this person, I think you may rely that his endeavours will not be wanting upon...
On a day which becomes important in the annals of America as marking the close of a splendid public life, devoted for near half a century to the service of your country; We the undersigned clergy of different denominations in and near the city of Philadelphia, beg leave to join the voice of our fellow citizens, in expressing our deep sense of your public services in every department of trust &...
At a time when you are receiving addresses from all the united States of America, and from many of the considerable corporations in Sd. States. I fear it will be too much intruding upon your time & Patience to receive a line from a Person perhaps unknown to you, though you are well known to him. I never had the Pleasure of Seeing you or being in your Company but once which was in the year 1776...
The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestrymen of the United Episcopal Churches, of Christ Church and St Peter’s, take the Liberty, at this interesting Period of your Retreat from public Life, of offering to you a sincere Testimony of their Veneration of your Character and their Affection for your Person. On an Occasion which, in so lively a Degree, effects the public Mind, we feel a peculiar Source...
I receiv’d your favour this day in answer to mine wrote in January last—from its not having arrived sooner (owing to mine being dated from Lancaster) I wrote you one other some time in Febuary, which I suppose before this you have received—The terms which you mention I think would suit me, and I shall make it my endeavour to be at your Seat (mount Vernon) by the twentieth of march—or at any...
The Secretary of States has the honor to lay before the President of the United States the opinion of the Attorney General, that a secretary may be allowed to a Minister Resident, or Chargé des Affaires. The Secretary has considered the situation of our affairs with the Barbary powers, & particularly with Algiers, and the necessity of a consul to reside there. That altho’ Mr Barlow desires to...
I was yesterday morning walking about in search of ornament Carvers whose work costs two Dollars ⅌ Diem—It occurred to me that I had best enclose this Lre to You as the followg words to the Commrs may save perhaps 10,000 Ds. "You will order Jno. Hadfeild to avoid all superfluous & useless ornaments’—pardon this in trusion which I make as short as possible. With unfeigned esteem respect &...