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By so good an opportunity as the present, which offers by Mr. Welsh, I cannot omit repeating to...
The schoolmaster of this little village is happy to see you once more reposing from the toils of...
The Acts of Congress authorize the President to cause to be procured, from the Public money...
The inclosed address came to me under cover two days ago; it was directed for Philadelphia— I...
Le soussigné Consul Garant des Nations qu’ils n’ont point de Consul fixe dans tout ce Royaume de...
This I hope will be handed you by Mr. Thomas Welsh Junr. who goes passenger in a Ship from...
You will believe that I have been much gratified with the late intelligence from home. France has...
Mr. David Jones, the Son of the Comptroller, wishes for the Honor of being one of your aids; and...
9[Diary entry: 31 July 1798] (Washington Papers)
31. Morng. clear—afternoon appearance of Rain but none fell. Mer. 68 in the Morng. 76 at Night....
Letter not found: from Clement Biddle, 31 July 1798. On 13 Aug. GW wrote Biddle : “I have...