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To the PRESIDENT and CONGRESS of the UNITED STATES of AMERICA; T he REMONSTRANCE of the S ubscribers , C itizens of the C ommonwealth of KENTUCKY, SHEWETH: THAT your Remonstrants have observed with concern and indignation, the injuries and insults offered to the United States by the king of Great Britain. He has violated in important parts, that treaty of peace, the observance of which might...
The Commissioners, appointed to confer with the Citizens in the Western Counties of Pennsylvania, in order to induce them to submit peaceably to the laws, and to prevent the necessity of using coercion to inforce their execution, respectfully report to the President of the United States: That, in pursuance of their instructions, they repaired to the Western Counties; and, on their arrival...
The hand that now addresses you had never the honor of being in contact with yours, and altho’ the Author has been in your company, he is entirely unknown to you—His motive for this epistle proceeds neither from vanity, or base adulation—he loves his country & its constitution—he has been a Witness of your personal services in freeing America from bondage, and establishing a Government for its...
Letter not found: from unknown, 4 March 1795. On 14 March, Robert Montgomery wrote Edmund Randolph: “a Swedish Ship arrived here from Algiers brings me the inclosed letter of the 4th Current to his Excelly the President With a Statement of the demand made by the Dey for a peace with the united States” ( DNA : RG 59, Consular Despatches, Alicante). A docket on Montgomery’s letter states that...
The genius and spirit of the constitution of the United States requires, not only that the government should be administered for the general good of the people, but that the mode of doing it, and the instruments employed in it, should be accomodated to the general Will. This general Will is properly declared by general suffrage so far as the choice of the administrators of the government is...
Letter not found : from an unidentified person, 6 Aug. 1779. On 9 Aug., GW wrote an unidentified person: “I was favored with your letter of the 6th Inst. and its inclosure from Governor Trumbul.”
Letter not found : from the committee on the mustering department, 5 July 1779. GW wrote the committee on 20 Aug.: “I was duly honored with your letter of the 5th of last month.”