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[Diary entry: 7 December 1785] [Diaries 4:246]+

[Diary entry: 11 February 1786] [Diaries 4:274]+

[Diary entry: 8 October 1789] [Diaries 5:457]+

[Diary entry: 12 October 1789] [Diaries 5:460]+

[Diary entry: 17 October 1789] [Diaries 5:465]

[Diary entry: 22 November 1789] [Diaries 5:500]+

[Diary entry: 24 November 1789] [Diaries 5:501]+

[Diary entry: 7 January 1790] [Diaries 6:4]+

[Diary entry: 12 April 1790] [Diaries 6:61]+

[Diary entry: 25 April 1790] [Diaries 6:68]+

[Diary entry: 30 March 1791] [Diaries 6:106]+

[Diary entry: 31 March 1791] [Diaries 6:107]+

To Colonel Edward Hand, 14 March 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:573]+

General Orders, 25 June 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 10:123]+

To William Livingston, 31 December 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 13:87]+

To Major General Horatio Gates, 14 February 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 13:532]+

To General William Howe, 9 March 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:115]+

To Major General Alexander McDougall, 25 March 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:312]+

To General William Howe, 4 April 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:400]

To William Tryon, 26 April 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:657]+

To Samuel Chase, 27 April 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:659]+

To Colonel Theodorick Bland, 22 July 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:125]+

To Major General Horatio Gates, 30 September 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 17:202]+

To Major General Philip Schuyler, 19 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:139]+

From David Griffith, 3 November 1788 [Presidential Series 1:90]+

From John Conway, 23 April 1789 [Presidential Series 2:120]+

From William Heth, 23 April 1789 [Presidential Series 2:121]+

From Moses Hazen, 24 April 1789 [Presidential Series 2:127]+

From Augustin-Gabriel des Hayes de La Radière, 26 April 1789 [Presidential Series 2:130]

From Augustin-Gabriel des Hayes de La Radière, 26 April 1789 [Presidential Series 2:132]+

From John Cochran, 1 May 1789 [Presidential Series 2:182]

From Philip Schuyler, 2 May 1789 [Presidential Series 2:201]+

From William Mumford, 9 May 1789 [Presidential Series 2:242]+

From Nathaniel Pendleton, 12 May 1789 [Presidential Series 2:286]+

From John Adams, 17 May 1789 [Presidential Series 2:314]+

From La Vallière, 26 May 1789 [Presidential Series 2:394]+

From Paul Richard Randall, May 1789 [Presidential Series 2:423]+

From the Board of Treasury, 15 June 1789 [Presidential Series 3:28]

From John Beck, 10 August 1789 [Presidential Series 3:407]+

From Oliver Wolcott, Jr., 15 August 1789 [Presidential Series 3:471]

From Jonathan Burrall, August 1789 [Presidential Series 3:578]+

From Samuel Osgood, 9 December 1789 [Presidential Series 4:389]+

From James Ewing, 15 January 1790 [Presidential Series 4:583]

From John Glover, 24 February 1790 [Presidential Series 5:172]

From Samuel Meredith, 9 March 1790 [Presidential Series 5:211]+

From d'Estaing, 20 March 1790 [Presidential Series 5:260]

From Gouverneur Morris, 7 April 1790 [Presidential Series 5:322]

From John Bailey, 17 April 1790 [Presidential Series 5:337]+

From Bertier & Company, 17 April 1790 [Presidential Series 5:338]

To Lafayette, 3 June 1790 [Presidential Series 5:468]

From Robert Denny, 12 July 1790 [Presidential Series 6:48]+

From George Cabot, 16 July 1790 [Presidential Series 6:88]+

From Juan Nepomuceno de Quesada, 17 July 1790 [Presidential Series 6:101]+

From the Commissioners for Settling Accounts, 21 July 1790 [Presidential Series 6:111]+

From Rufus Putnam, 24 July 1790 [Presidential Series 6:123]+

From Elbridge Gerry, 26 July 1790 [Presidential Series 6:125]+

From Joseph Hardy, 2 August 1790 [Presidential Series 6:179]+

To the United States Senate, 2 August 1790 [Presidential Series 6:184]

Enclosure: William Davies to Beverley Randolph, 21 May 1790 [Presidential Series 6:188]+

To Henry Knox, 13 August 1790 [Presidential Series 6:246]+

Tobias Lear to Clement Biddle, 17 August 1790 [Presidential Series 6:273]

From Lafayette, 23 August 1790 [Presidential Series 6:318]

From James Simpson, 25 August 1790 [Presidential Series 6:325]+

From Thomas Jefferson, 29 August 1790 [Presidential Series 6:363]

To Thomas Randall, 30 August 1790 [Presidential Series 6:380]

From Timothy Pickering, 3 September 1790 [Presidential Series 6:387]

From Tobias Lear, 12 September 1790 [Presidential Series 6:423]

To Tobias Lear, 20 September 1790 [Presidential Series 6:483]

From Tobias Lear, 20 September 1790 [Presidential Series 6:485]+

From Tobias Lear, 24 October 1790 [Presidential Series 6:577]

From Samuel Henley, 10 October 1791 [Presidential Series 9:66]+

Conversation with a Committee of the United States Senate, 12 March 1792 [Presidential Series 10:90]

To Henry Knox, 3 September 1792 [Presidential Series 11:67]+

From Henry Knox, 8 September 1792 [Presidential Series 11:84]

From Henry B. Baker, 28 December 1792 [Presidential Series 11:558]+

Cabinet Opinion on a Proposed Treaty at Lower Sandusky, 25 February 1793 [Presidential Series 12:217]+

From George Clinton, 22 June 1793 [Presidential Series 13:123]+

From William Gordon, 17 August 1793 [Presidential Series 13:474]

To Henry Knox, 9 September 1793 [Presidential Series 14:53]

From James Abercrombie, 20 October 1793 [Presidential Series 14:237]+

From Stephen Cross, 25 November 1793 [Presidential Series 14:435]

From Edmund Randolph, 25 January 1794 [Presidential Series 15:115]+

From Elizabeth Barbara Embry, 28 January 1794 [Presidential Series 15:145]+

From Edmund Randolph, 22 February 1794 [Presidential Series 15:262]

From Pierce Butler, 15 March 1794 [Presidential Series 15:383]

To Edmund Randolph, 29 March 1794 [Presidential Series 15:465]+

From Edmund Randolph, 2 April 1794 [Presidential Series 15:497]+

From Saint Domingue Refugees at Norfolk, Virginia, 28 April 1794 [Presidential Series 15:672]+

To the United States Senate, 9 May 1794 [Presidential Series 16:50]+

From Edmund Randolph, 15 May 1794 [Presidential Series 16:77]+

From Edmund Randolph, 23 August 1794 [Presidential Series 16:596]+

From William Heth, 30 July 1798 [Retirement Series 2:477]

To James McHenry, 10 August 1798 [Retirement Series 2:510]

To James McHenry, 13 August 1798 [Retirement Series 2:521]+

From William Heth, 14 August 1798 [Retirement Series 2:529]

To Timothy Pickering, 9 September 1798 [Retirement Series 2:599]+

To John Adams, 25 September 1798 [Retirement Series 3:43]

From William Thornton, 25 October 1798 [Retirement Series 3:141]+

From James McHenry, 29 November 1798 [Retirement Series 3:222]

From Patrick Henry, 12 February 1799 [Retirement Series 3:372]+

From Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, 25 June 1799 [Retirement Series 4:155]

Subentries

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– id. [2 references]

– letters from [98 subentries]

– letters to [110 subentries]

– absent from cabinet meetings [2 references]

– accepts commission as major general [1 reference]

– accompanies detachment [1 reference]

– accompanies GW [2 references]

– accusations against [3 references]

– acts as scout [1 reference]

– advises on appointments [2 references]

– advises on ship passports [3 references]

– affair with Maria Reynolds [1 reference]

– agreement with Bank of U.S. [1 reference]

– analyzes French danger [1 reference]

– and Abraham Lott [1 reference]

– and affairs of War Department [1 reference]

– and “An Act for the relief of certain widows . . .” [1 reference]

– and Andrew G. Fraunces [1 reference]

– and Annapolis Convention [1 reference]

– and Antwerp loans to U.S. [1 reference]

– and appointment of comptroller of U.S. Treasury [2 references]

– and appointment of John Kean [1 reference]

– and appointments to the revenue service and Treasury [3 references]

– and army administration [1 reference]

– and Arnold's treachery [1 reference]

– and Arthur St. Clair [2 references]

– and Bank of the United States [5 references]

– and Battle of Germantown [1 reference]

– and Board for the Reduction of the Public Debt [1 reference]

– and Boston tax laws [1 reference]

– and Caleb Gibbs [4 references]

– and Cape Henry lighthouse [1 reference]

– and Charles Lee [1 reference]

– and Charleston, S. C., lighthouse [1 reference]

– and Chaumont account [1 reference]

– and Cochrane watch [3 references]

– and commissioners for settling Revolutionary War accounts [1 reference]

– and commissions [4 references]

– and compensation for captured British vessels [1 reference]

– and Conway affair [3 references]

– and counterfeiting [1 reference]

– and customs appointments [1 reference]

– and customs collections [2 references]

– and customs service [3 references]

– and customs violations [1 reference]

– and Daniel Stevens [1 reference]

– and David Humphreys [1 reference]

– and defense of Virginia frontier [1 reference]

– and Delaware River piers [1 reference]

– and deployment of New Army [2 references]

– and Dutch loans [11 references]

– and Erie Triangle [1 reference]

– and excise law [2 references]

– and excise service [8 references]

– and federal appointments [4 references]

– and Federalist 81 [1 reference]

– and Federalist Papers [4 references]

– and foreign loans [10 references]

– and Francis Bailey's petition [1 reference]

– and Francisco de Miranda [2 references]

– and Fraunces affair [1 reference]

– and French loans [3 references]

– and frontier defense [1 reference]

– and Funding and Assumption bills [1 reference]

– and Geographer's Department [1 reference]

– and George Beckwith [9 references]

– and George Clymer [1 reference]

– and George Salmon [1 reference]

– and George Washington Motier Lafayette [1 reference]

– and Gouverneur Morris [1 reference]

– and grand forage [1 reference]

– and GW's address to Congress [1 reference]

– and GW's annual message [1 reference]

– and GW's annual message to Congress [4 references]

– and GW's death [1 reference]

– and GW's New England tour [1 reference]

– and GW's Southern Tour [1 reference]

– and GW's suggestions for officers [1 reference]

– and Henry Dufouer [1 reference]

– and H. G. letters [1 reference]

– and his appraisal of James McHenry [1 reference]

– and his quarrel with George Clinton [3 references]

– and Hudson Muse [1 reference]

– and Hudson Muse's accounts [1 reference]

– and Indian affairs [6 references]

– and inspector general office [1 reference]

– and invalid pensions [1 reference]

– and James Collins [1 reference]

– and James Madison [1 reference]

– and James Reynolds [1 reference]

– and James T. Callender [1 reference]

– and James Warren's petition [1 reference]

– and James Wilkinson [5 references]

– and Jeremiah Olney [2 references]

– and John Avery [1 reference]

– and John Blagge [1 reference]

– and John Cleves Symmes [1 reference]

– and John Jacob Ulrich Rivardi [1 reference]

– and John Kean [1 reference]

– and John Lynch [1 reference]

– and John McDowell [1 reference]

– and John Waller Johnston [1 reference]

– and John Woodward [1 reference]

– and Joseph McDowell, Jr. [1 reference]

– and Joseph Nourse [1 reference]

– and Lafayette [4 references]

– and Leonard Bleecker [1 reference]

– and lighthouses [10 references]

– and map of Vermont [1 reference]

– and Marinus Willett [1 reference]

– and meeting of generals in Philadelphia [11 references]

– and messages to Congress on foreign relations [1 reference]

– and military academy [2 references]

– and military returns [1 reference]

– and military supplies and provisions [2 references]

– and Mordecai Hale [1 reference]

– and Moses Hazen [1 reference]

– and Moses Hazen memorial [1 reference]

– and Mr. Campbell [1 reference]

– and Nathanael Greene's public accounts [1 reference]

– and National Bank [3 references]

– and National Gazette (Philadelphia) [1 reference]

– and navy positions on Delaware River [1 reference]

– and negotiations with Algiers [2 references]

– and negotiations with Great Britain [1 reference]

– and New Hampshire appointments [2 references]

– and New London, Conn., lighthouse [1 reference]

– and Nicholas F. Westfall's estate [1 reference]

– and North Carolina appointments [1 reference]

– and N. Y. Ratifying Convention [2 references]

– and officers for New Army [14 references]

– and Oliver Wolcott [1 reference]

– and opposition to federal excise tax on whiskey [6 references]

– and opposition to financial policies of [3 references]

– and organization of excise service [1 reference]

– and organization of New Army [14 references]

– and paymaster general [3 references]

– and payment of invalid pensions [1 reference]

– and payroll for U.S. Army [2 references]

– and peacetime army [1 reference]

– and Philip Church [3 references]

– and pier on Delaware River [2 references]

– and Portland Head lighthouse [1 reference]

– and Portsmouth, N. H., lighthouse [1 reference]

– and Preudhomme de Borre [1 reference]

– and prisoner exchange [2 references]

– and public debt and loans [1 reference]

– and Ralph Wormeley, Jr. [1 reference]

– and ranking of major generals [35 references]

– and recruiting [2 references]

– and report on public credit [4 references]

– and revenue cutter service [4 references]

– and revenue laws [1 reference]

– and Reynolds affair [1 reference]

– and Robert Hanson Harrison's appointment [1 reference]

– and Robert Troup [1 reference]

– and Rufus King [1 reference]

– and Rutgers v. Waddington [1 reference]

– and Saint Domingue [2 references]

– and Samuel Dodge [1 reference]

– and Samuel Fraunces [1 reference]

– and seal for Maine district court [1 reference]

– and Sebastian Francisco de Miranda [1 reference]

– and selection of Indian commissioners [1 reference]

– and Shubael Swain case [1 reference]

– and sinking fund [2 references]

– and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures [3 references]

– and Society of the Cincinnati [1 reference]

– and Society of the Cincinnati address [1 reference]

– and Southern Tour finances [1 reference]

– and staking in shoals [1 reference]

– and State Department expenses [1 reference]

– and Stephen Cross [1 reference]

– and Stephen Sayre [1 reference]

– and Steuben [4 references]

– and Steuben's claims [2 references]

– and supplemental bank bill [1 reference]

– and supplies for U.S. Army [2 references]

– and Supreme Court appointment [1 reference]

– and Symmes Purchase [1 reference]

– and Tench Coxe [2 references]

– and Ternant [1 reference]

– and the Bank of the United States [2 references]

– and the Cape Fear River [1 reference]

– and the Erie Triangle land purchase [1 reference]

– and the Federal City [3 references]

– and the memorial of Tirol, Roux & Company [1 reference]

– and the proposed statue of GW [1 reference]

– and the tariff on French imports [2 references]

– and the Whiskey Insurrection [7 references]

– and Thomas Hammond's imprisonment [1 reference]

– and Thomas Harwood [1 reference]

– and Thomasin Gordon [2 references]

– and Thomas Jefferson [7 references]

– and tonnage duties imposed on French shipping [1 reference]

– and Treasury Department officers [4 references]

– and U.S. customs officials [1 reference]

– and U.S. debt to France [6 references]

– and U.S. envoys to France [1 reference]

– and U.S. foreign policy [6 references]

– and U.S. lighthouses [2 references]

– and U.S. loans [3 references]

– and U.S. Mint [3 references]

– and U.S. relations with Great Britain [2 references]

– and use of militia to stop expeditions from Georgia [1 reference]

– and Virginia military districts [9 references]

– and von Steuben's affairs [1 reference]

– and West Point land [1 reference]

– and William Lewis [1 reference]

– and William Short [2 references]

– and William Simmons [1 reference]

– and William Stephens Smith [2 references]

– and winter quarters for New Army [16 references]

– annotates letter [1 reference]

– appointment of [4 references]

– approves documents [2 references]

– approves draft letters [3 references]

– approves letters [2 references]

– arranges transport of diplomatic dispatches [1 reference]

– arrives in Philadelphia [1 reference]

– arrives in Trenton [1 reference]

– as acting head of the War Department [11 references]

– as commissioner for prisoner exchange [5 references]

– as commissioner of the sinking fund [2 references]

– as delegate to Convention [4 references]

– as GW's aide-de-camp [2 references]

– asked to edit draft letter [1 reference]

– asked to forward money [1 reference]

– as member of committee of style [1 reference]

– as prisoner exchange commissioner [1 reference]

– as romantic rival [1 reference]

– assists with clothing [2 references]

– as translator [1 reference]

– at New York [2 references]

– at New York Ratifying Convention [1 reference]

– at Philadelphia [2 references]

– attends Franklin's eulogy [1 reference]

– attends talks with Cherokee Indians [1 reference]

– attends theater [1 reference]

– at the Constitutional Convention [3 references]

– at Yorktown [1 reference]

– bears letter [1 reference]

– carries letters [3 references]

– celebration of GW's birthday [1 reference]

– certificate regarding Genet's appeal to the people [1 reference]

– certifies delivery of warrants [2 references]

– circular letters from [1 reference]

– clarifies word meaning [1 reference]

– coding of letters to GW [2 references]

– comments on arrears of army pay [1 reference]

– comments on Constitution [1 reference]

– comments on Gouverneur Morris [3 references]

– company [7 references]

– compliments [3 references]

– conflict with Thomas Jefferson [6 references]

– congressional investigation of [13 references]

– congressional reports of [6 references]

– Congress requests report from [2 references]

– considers James Seagrove's dispatches [1 reference]

– consulted on diplomatic instructions [3 references]

– consults Edmund Randolph [1 reference]

– consults with [3 subentries]

– conversations and meetings with [16 subentries]

– convey proposal to Henry Lee, Jr. [2 references]

– criticism of [4 references]

– criticizes James McHenry [3 references]

– criticizes Thomas Jefferson [1 reference]

– critics of [1 reference]

– defends his policies and actions [2 references]

– described [1 reference]

– described by contemporaries [2 references]

– desires to found private school [1 reference]

– dines with GW [6 references]

– dines with Washingtons [1 reference]

– dispute with John Francis Mercer [2 references]

– dockets letters [3 references]

– draft for [1 reference]

– drafts documents [9 references + 1 subentry]

– drafts GW's proclamation [1 reference]

– drafts letters for GW [2 references]

– drafts letters for Tobias Lear [2 references]

– drafts military bills [1 reference]

– drafts secret article [1 reference]

– education of his children [6 references]

– emissary to d'Estaing [3 references]

– extract re Genet's appeal to the people [1 reference]

– d'Estaing praises [2 references]

– family of [1 reference]

– financial reports of [10 references]

– forgetfulness of [1 reference]

– gathers agricultural information [2 references]

– gathers intelligence [2 references]

– gift to [1 reference]

– girls spurn [1 reference]

– given as reference [1 reference]

– given wine cooler by GW [3 references]

– granted French citizenship [1 reference]

– greetings to [1 reference]

– GW asks advice of [4 references]

– GW's instructions to [1 reference]

– GW solicits advice of [1 reference]

– GW's views on financial policies of [1 reference]

– GW warned about [1 reference]

– GW writes to [1 reference]

– health [14 references]

– illness in family of [1 reference]

– illness of [9 references]

– intervenes in duel [1 reference]

– introduces Lord Wycombe [1 reference]

– instructions to customs collectors [2 references]

– invited to dine with GW [1 reference]

– John Temple's praise of [1 reference]

– Lafayette's compliments to [1 reference]

– letter presented to [1 reference]

– letters referred to [5 references]

– memorandum on conversation with George Beckwith [5 references]

– military command of [8 references]

– mission to Congress [1 reference]

– mission to Horatio Gates [1 reference]

– monarchist principles of [1 reference]

– movements of [9 references]

– negotiations with George Hammond [2 references]

– nicknamed "Ham" [1 reference]

– nominated as major general [1 reference]

– notes on national bank [1 reference]

– on anticounterfeiting device of Francis Bailey [1 reference]

– on Gouverneur Morris's mission to England [1 reference]

– on negotiations with Creek Indians [2 references]

– on the Yazoo land fraud [2 references]

– opinion of Alexander Addison [1 reference]

– opinion of John Adams [1 reference]

– opinion of Peter Pond [1 reference]

– opinion of William Irvine [1 reference]

– opinion on Bezaleel Howe [1 reference]

– opinion on presidential tour [2 references]

– opinion on the bank [2 references]

– opposition to [1 reference]

– opposition to Thomas Jefferson [1 reference]

– ordered to prepare report on public credit [1 reference]

– orders from [1 reference]

– "Pacificus" essay [3 references]

– payments by [1 reference]

– physician of [1 reference]

– political essay of [1 reference]

– possible envoy to Great Britain [6 references]

– powers of [1 reference]

– prepares drafts for GW [10 references]

– proposal of William Smith [1 reference]

– proposed duties as inspector general [1 reference]

– proposed presidential messages to Congress [2 references]

– proposes new loans [10 references]

– public commission of [1 reference]

– receives information [1 reference]

– receives Neufville letter [1 reference]

– receives reports [1 reference]

– receives report on Post Office Department [1 reference]

– refuses payment of warrants [2 references]

– relationship with Edmund Randolph [1 reference]

– report on manufactures (1791) [1 reference]

– report on public credit (1790) [2 references]

– “Report on the Public Credit” [1 reference]

– reports of [9 references]

– reports on American manufacturing [1 reference]

– reports on petition of William Simmons [1 reference]

– reports on supplying provisions for U.S. Army [2 references]

– reports on Whiskey Insurrection [5 references]

– requests cabinet meeting [1 reference]

– requests instructions for Gouverneur Morris [1 reference]

– resignation of [5 references]

– returns to Philadelphia [1 reference]

– Revolutionary War service of [3 references]

– “Reynolds Pamphlet” [1 reference]

– seeks position in New Army [1 reference]

– sends funds [1 reference]

– shares in Ohio Company [1 reference]

– signs documents [2 references]

– solicits Edmund Randolph's opinion [1 reference]

– submits documents regarding Samuel Davis to GW [1 reference]

– submits documents to GW [1 reference]

– submits draft of executive order [1 reference]

– suggests southern tour [1 reference]

– support for appointment of [1 reference]

– supports petition of Friedrich von Steuben [1 reference]

– Thomas Jefferson's suspicions of [2 references]

– Thomas Jefferson's views on report on manufactures of [1 reference]

– to approve withdrawal of U.S. funds [1 reference]

– transfers money to [2 subentries]

– translates documents [2 references]

– translates for GW [1 reference]

– travels to Bethlehem, Pa. [2 references]

– travels to northern army [17 references]

– travels with GW [1 reference]

– urges GW to accept presidency [2 references]

– urges strong government [1 reference]

– views on [36 subentries]

– visits Newark, N.J. [3 references]

– visits William Pearce's factory [1 reference]

– writings of [4 references]

See Also

See also Commissioners for prisoner exchange

See also Secretary of the treasury

See also United States: cabinet

See also United States: Treasury Department