The Writings of George Washington from the Original Manuscript Sources, 1745-1799 - Vol. 33

The Writings of George Washington from the Original Manuscript Sources, 1745-1799 - Vol. 33

The Writings of George Washington from the Original Manuscript Sources, 1745-1799 - Vol. 33

The Writings of George Washington from the Original Manuscript Sources, 1745-1799 - Vol. 33

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To James Hoban and Stephen Hallet, July 11

Doctor Thornton's plan--Objections to it should be stated to Thornton--Meeting at Philadelphia.

To the President, Vice President, and Managers of the Celebration of the Anniversary of American Independence at Alexandria, July 12

Acceptance of their invitation.

To the Secretary of State, July 43

Measures taken by the Governor of North Carolina as to a French privateer and prize at Wilmington--Return to Philadelphia.

To the Inhabitants of Alexandria, July 43

Address.

To the Secretary of State, July 114

Case of the Little Sarah--Can the French minister set the acts of government at defiance with impunity--Wishes Jefferson's opinion.

To the Overseers at Mount Vernon, July 145

Howell Lewis to superintendent matters--Corn and wheat--Preparation of swamps--Buckwheat for manure--Clover and timothy sowing--Wheat--Oats and flax--Seed--Attention to stock--Weekly reports--Corn harrows--Live fences--Negroes--Work.

To Reverend Jedidiah Morse, July 1712

Thanks for his geography.

To Jonathan Trumbull, July 1713

Algerian captives.

To Cleon Moore, July 1914

Referring him to Colonel Fitzgerald.

To John Fitzgerald, July 1914

Mr. Moore's rental of the Alexandria house.

Questions Proposed to Be Submitted to the Judges of the Supreme Court, July 1815

Treaty rights--Privateers--Prize courts--Neutrality.

To the Inhabitants of Trenton, July 2019

Reply to their address.

To Caleb Gibbs, July 2120

His application.

To Burges Ball, July 2121

Lawrence Lewis as a manager--Buckwheat.

To Governor Henry Lee, July 2122

Pestered by memorials of the French and British ministers--Death of Whiting--Glad to know his course meets approval--Attacks upon him--Publications in Freneau's and Bache's papers outrage common decency--Genet's conduct--Lee's marriage.

To William Tilghman, July 2124

Needs a manager for Mount Vernon--Prospects on the Eastern Shore--Qualifications needed--Names suggested.

To the Secretary of the Treasury, July 2227

Reimbursements of the Holland loan--Necessity of borrowing.

To the Justices of the Supreme Court, July 2328

The questions asked them--Their answer.

To the Secretary of State, July 2528

Two French privateers--Genet's letter and conduct--All the correspondence to be laid before the heads of the departments.

To the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, July 2529

Letter from the Secretary of State on the objections to Doctor Thornton's plan of a capitol--Mr. Hallet's plan--Action taken--Foundations begun.

To Robert Lewis, July 2631

Regret that Major Harrison's land slipped through his fingers-- Draft on Mr. Hill--Mrs. Lear's illness.

To the Secretary of War and General Andrew Pickens, July 2631

Queries.

To the Secretary of the Treasury, July 2733

Action to be taken on loans.

To the Secretary of the Treasury, July 2733

Authority to open a loan for $1,515,098.11 under the act of Aug. 12, 1790--Opinion that a loan of 1,000,000 florins ought to be effected.

To the Heads of Departments and the Attorney General, July 2934

Expediency of directing customs officers to be attentive to the arming of vessels.

To the Secretary of State, July 3134

The French Minister's letters to be considered tomorrow.

To the Secretary of the Treasury, August 335

Asks an answer to an enclosure.

To the Heads of Departments and the Attorney General, August 335

Neutrality rules to be fixed--Question of convening Congress.

To Hyland Crow, August 436

His application for increased wages--Why no further raise can be expected.

To the Secretary of State, August 437

The eight rules on neutrality--Prizes--Seamen at the command of the French Minister--Convening the legislature at an earlier day-- Decree of the National Convention of France.

To Burges Ball, August 438

A manager for Mount Vernon--Lawrence Lewis.

To the Inhabitants of the City of Hartford, August 440

Answer to their address.

To Robert Townsend Hooe, August 741

Compensation for Mr. Keith.

To the Secretary of the Treasury, August 842

Favorable time for purchases of the public debt--Installments to France--Orders to obtain a loan of $1,515,098.11.

To the Secretary of the Treasury, August 1043

Asks for a draft of an answer to the meeting of New York citizens.

To John Fitzgerald, August 1144

Occupant of the Alexandria lot--Potomac Company concerns.

To the Secretary of State, August 1245

Would with him to continue in office till the close of the session.

To the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, August 1345

Alterations in avenues in the Federal city--Progress of the survey work.

To the Citizens of Kent County, Delaware, August 1447

Answer to their address.

To the Secretary of State, August 1548

Answer to a letter delivered by a French captain of marines. . . .

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