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Monday 28th. Sept. Walk’d out to Mr. Barber’s before noon. Soon after I had return’d home, busied...
[ New York, September 28, 1789. On November 4, 1789, John Rutledge, wrote to William Short :...
The Petition of Henry Bicker Jun. of the City of New york Most Humbly Sheweth That in the Year...
Your much esteemed favors of the 16th & 25th instts are before me. The President’s acct contained...
It would be unnecessary to remark to you, that the administration of Justice is the strongest...
For The Freedom I use in addressing you, I shall rely on The Friendship of General Knox to offer...
In assenting to the opinion that the due administration of Justice is the strongest cement of...
You will readily beleive me when I assure you that the necessary attention to the business in...
I write to you, my dear Sir, on a subject which has engaged much of my reflection, and to which I...
Letter not found: to John J. Pringle, 28 Sept. 1789. On 30 Oct. Pringle wrote to GW: “I have had...