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I thank you my dear Son, for your dutiful Letter of the 28 th. of June, and rejoice, with...
altho’ this letter is somewhat of a public nature, yet I dare not address you in a consonant...
However you & I may have been taught by Civilians, & however History confirms the Maxim, that an...
New York, 9 July 1789. In a letter to Edmund Randolph, 10 July 1789, Samuel Griffin described his...
Being persuaded by my Friends and many of the Citizens of this State, to offer myself as a...
Letter not found: from Constant Freeman, 9 July 1789. On 24 Sept. GW wrote to Freeman : “Your...
Exalted to rule over an extensive People, and to put in motion numerous executive Instruments in...
Knowing the multiplicity of important matters which claim your Excellency’s attention, I should...
Your Address, with which I have been honored, has made a most sensible impression upon me. That...
I wish to Obtain the appointment of Receiver of the Land office of the Western Teritory I have...