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122d. (Adams Papers)
Mr. and Mrs. Allen, and Eliza, stopp’d here on their way to Kittery, at about half after 8. I was...
On Monday Evening another Conference was held with the Tripolitan Ambassador, attended with his...
I Have Been Honoured with Your favour By Mr̃ Joy to Whom I Will Readily Render Every Service in...
On Monday Evening another Conference was held with the Tripolitan Ambassador, attended with his...
I had the Honor of writing to you on the 3 d. Instant, since which I have not had the Pleasure of...
I Have Been Honoured With Your favour By Mr[expansion sign] joy to Whom I Will Readily Render...
7[Diary entry: 22 February 1786] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 22d. Thermometer 36 in the Morning—40 at Noon and 40 at Night. A grey Morning with a...
Letter not found: from Thomas Cushing, 22 Feb. 1786. GW wrote Cushing on 5 April 1786 : “I have...
I beg that you would do me the honor to accept a copy of a book I have lately published & which...
Letter not found: to James Taylor, 22 Feb. 1786. On 13 Mar. Taylor wrote GW : “I had the Honor of...