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(confidential) The most ⟨satisfactory⟩ communication I have it in my power now to make, is the probability that the mission to France will at least be suspended. This morning I recd a letter dated the 26th from Judge Ellsworth, in which he says—“The following is an extract of a letter I have just ⟨been⟩ honoured with from the President—the convulsions in France, the change of the Directory,...
Letter not found: from John Gill, 28 Sept. 1799. On 13 Oct. GW wrote Gill : “Your letter of the 28th Ulto came duly to hand.”
Letter not found: from Tench Francis, 27 Sept. 1799. On 7 Oct. GW wrote Francis : “Your favr of the 27th Ulto is just recd.” See James McHenry to GW, 24 Aug. 1799, n.1 .
Letter not found: from William Thornton, 24 Sept. 1799. On 29 Sept. GW wrote Thornton : “Your letter of the 24th instant . . . came to my hands.”
I had the pleasure of receiving in due time your letter of the 15th. instant. The suggestions it contains will be maturely weighed. I postpone any thing definitive, till the return of General Wilkinson which is momently expected. The other Documents, besides No. 8, which accompanied this letter, were not material to the consideration of its contents, or they would have been forwarded. Even...
I had the pleasure of receiving in due time your letter of the 15th instant. The Suggestions it contains will be maturely weighed. I postpone any thing definitive, till the return of General Wilkinson which is momently expected. The other Documents, besides No. 8, which accompanied his letter, were not material to the consideration of its contents, or they would have been forwarded—Even Number...
Your favor of 16th is before me, And have duely considered the same, I will beg leave to trouble You with a very short reply—Well knowing You have but little time to Spare. As You in the Spring on Muddyhole ground, & in the field in the which Davies House stands spoke to me respecting continuing. And that the Sickly season is nearly gone, I have made no Arrangements for the next Year. And...
Letter not found: from Burgess Ball, 16 Sept. 1799. On 22 Sept. GW wrote Ball : “Your letter of the 16th instt has been received.”
It is with inexpressible concern I communicate to you that I last Post recieved a letter from Genl Pinkney informing that the alarming state of Mrs Pinkney’s health was at such heighth that her Physicians recommended a sea trip to Rhode Island, as the only probable means of saving her life, that he had consequently availed himself of leave granted him by the Secretary at War, & requests all...
Letter not found: from William Augustine Washington, 15 Sept. 1799. On 22 Sept. GW wrote his nephew: “Your letter of the 15th instt from New Post, has been received.”