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I inclose to you a National song composed by this same mr Hopkinson. French Tunes have for a long...
it was with the most heart felt anguish I heard from M rs Adams of your late severe & dangerous...
I have received the honor of your Excellency’s Letter and immediately referred it with its...
I have received your Letter of, I cannot recollect what date, because I referred it immediately...
I have received the Letter, you did me the honor to write me on the 21st of this month, enclosing...
Many of the nations of the earth, disgusted with their present governments, seem determined to...
Mr Gibbs of this Town, who is doubtless known to you, will deliver you this. I have mentioned to...
New York, April 26, 1798. “I am much supprized by being informed by my Wife that you cannot find...
9[Diary entry: 26 April 1798] (Washington Papers)
26. Morning very heavy—Wind at S. E. Mer. 53. Clear afterwards & turning very Warm. Mer. at 67 at...
Letter not found: from Oliver Evans, 26 April. On 14 June GW wrote to Evans : “Your last was...