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To the Grand Lodge of Free & accepted Masons, for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Flattering as it may be to the human mind, & truly honorable as it is to receive from our fellow Citizens testimonies of approbation for exertions to promote the public welfare; it is not less pleasing to know, that the milder virtues of the heart are highly respected by a Society whose liberal principles must...
Letter not found: from Francis Mentges, [January 1793]. Tobias Lear enclosed in his letter to Henry Knox of 2 Feb. 1793 “a letter from Colo. Mentges.”
The french nation, in declaring the Republic and in giving through all the extent of its possessions the most solemn sanction to the principles of Liberty and Equality which make the United States flourish, appears to have approached nearer its ancient allies. It is no more in the crooked paths of politics that one goes to seek the cause of the attachment of these two Nations. It is in the...
Th: Jefferson finding the inclosed letter out of it’s place, suspects it may have escaped him when he sent the others to the President. lest that should have been the case he now sends it with his respects. AL , DNA : RG 59, Miscellaneous Letters; LB , DNA : RG 59, George Washington’s Correspondence with His Secretaries of State; LB (photocopy), DLC:GW . Jefferson had laid the enclosure,...
This incloses a Resignation of my Commission of Judge: it would have better suited with my Inclination and my Ideas of propriety to have held it till after the next supreme Court but I am not very well and a Journey now to Philadelphia would be at least disagreeable. On my first reading the Judiciary Act it appeared to me rather an Essay and I had no Doubt but that there would have been an...
The rapid decline in the health of that firm patriot, and excellent Soldier Judge Sullivan, will shortly remove him to another world. With this in expectation, the People of New Hampshire are generaly anxious, as to his Successor. Their eyes and hearts are set upon The Honble Mr Pickering—a Gentleman of known learning and abilities, of stern integrity, and pure morality, A man who has no...
I have the honor to transmit you, enclosed, by order of the Secretary of War, and which he requests may be laid before the President, a letter just received from brigadier general Wilkinson of the 11th December 1792, with several enclosures. I am Sir, with respectful consideration, Your obedt Servt ALS , DLC:GW ; LB , DLC:GW . The letter from James Wilkinson, commandant of Fort Washington, to...
I had the Honor to receivd Your Letter of the 6th with one enclosed to Thos Green which I have delivered him but am fearfull the Contents of it nor nothing that can be said will alter his conduct a want of principle has no remedy he went to Town last week under a pretence of Getting some things for his wife, who is in a state likely very soon to be Confined he kept repeatdedly asking me for...
I have Some matters of Concern to me which I wish very Respectfully to Lay before thee for thy Consideration in the year 1777 I was owner of and Lived at them Mills in the State of Dallaware on the Side of white Clay Creek abought two Miles north of Christiana Bridge at the time the English Army Lay betwen my Mills and the head of Elk and the American Army Some of them on the Hill by white...
Letter not found: from Thomas Parker, 17 Jan. 1793. GW wrote Parker on 7 Feb. , “I have received your letter of the 17th of January.”