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[Diary entry: 6 November 1785] [Diaries 4:220]+

[Diary entry: 2 November 1788] [Diaries 5:417]

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

[Diary entry: 23 March 1790] [Diaries 6:53]+

[Diary entry: 5 July 1790] [Diaries 6:86]+

From John Hancock, 22 December 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 2:590]+

From John Hancock, 6–21 January 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:46]

To John Hancock, 24 March 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:524]

From John Adams, 1 April 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:2]

From John Hancock, 2 April 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:17]+

To Richard Henry Lee, 18 May 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:335]+

To Colonel Thomas McKean, 13 August 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:7]+

From William Duer, 28 January 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:172]+

General Orders, 9 February 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:283]+

From Robert Morris, 27 February 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:458]

From Major General John Sullivan, 9 March 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:547]

From Brigadier General Alexander McDougall, 12 March 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:558]

From Major General Philip Schuyler, 25 January 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:75]

To Major General Alexander McDougall, 6 March 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:385]+

From Brigadier General Charles Scott, 18 May 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:532]+

To George Clinton, 24 May 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:597]+

Editorial Note [Confederation Series 2:200]+

From Benjamin Walker, 20 December 1784 [Confederation Series 2:225]

From Lafayette, 21 December 1784 [Confederation Series 2:227]

From John Fitzgerald, 9 February 1785 [Confederation Series 2:335]+

From Josiah Parker, 24–28 February 1785 [Confederation Series 2:378]+

From Lafayette, 19 March 1785 [Confederation Series 2:450]

From William Carmichael, 25 March 1785 [Confederation Series 2:461]+

From John Paul Jones, 9 September 1787 [Confederation Series 5:321]+

From Gardoqui, 9 November 1787 [Confederation Series 5:420]+

From Thomas Jefferson, 10 May 1789 [Presidential Series 2:259]

From David Salisbury Franks, 12 May 1789 [Presidential Series 2:279]

From David Salisbury Franks, 12 May 1789 [Presidential Series 2:280]

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

From Charles-Guillaume-Frédéric Dumas, 13 June 1789 [Presidential Series 2:483]

From Richard Marshall Scott, 15 June 1789 [Presidential Series 2:498]+

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

From John Kean, 5 September 1789 [Presidential Series 3:601]+

From George Washington, 8 December 1789 [Presidential Series 4:377]+

From Elijah Hunter, 9 December 1789 [Presidential Series 4:380]

From Elijah Hunter, 9 December 1789 [Presidential Series 4:381]

From Lafayette, 12 January 1790 [Presidential Series 4:567]+

From Andrew Ellicott, 15 January 1790 [Presidential Series 4:579]

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

From Thomas Jefferson, 15 June 1790 [Presidential Series 5:523]+

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

From James Ewing, 2 August 1790 [Presidential Series 6:177]+

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

From the United States Supreme Court Justices, 13 September 1790 [Presidential Series 6:430]

From John Rutledge, 5 March 1791 [Presidential Series 7:516]

From Karl August Freiherr von Wangenheim, 10 February 1794 [Presidential Series 15:212]

To Edmund Pendleton, 17 March 1794 [Presidential Series 15:407]+

From Edmund Randolph, 2 April 1794 [Presidential Series 15:498]+

From Thomas Johnson and David Stuart, 23 April 1794 [Presidential Series 15:642]+

To Alexander Hamilton, 2 May 1794 [Presidential Series 16:9]+

From Edmund Randolph, 15 May 1794 [Presidential Series 16:76]+

From William Gordon, 31 August 1797 [Retirement Series 1:332]

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– letters from [36 subentries]

– letters to [48 subentries]

– absent from U.S. Supreme Court [2 references]

– acting secretary of state [1 reference]

An Address to the People of the State of New York [3 references]

– and Algerian captives [1 reference]

– and Anthony Walton White [1 reference]

– and Arabian horse [1 reference]

– and Barbary corsairs [1 reference]

– and Benjamin Lincoln [1 reference]

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

– and Charles Morrell [2 references]

– and Chiappe brothers [1 reference]

– and consular convention [1 reference]

– and counterfeiting [2 references]

– and diplomatic appointments [1 reference]

– and dispute with Littlepage [4 references]

– and Edmond Genet [6 references]

– and Edward Newenham [4 references]

– and embarkation rolls [2 references]

– and Federalist Papers [2 references]

– and Genet's appeal to the people [3 references]

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

– and GW's inauguration [1 reference]

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

– and GW's New York farewell [1 reference]

– and GW's Southern Tour [1 reference]

– and Henry Lee [1 reference]

– and Henry Marchant [1 reference]

– and Henry Remsen [1 reference]

– and infractions of Treaty of Peace [2 references]

– and jackasses [1 reference]

– and James Duane [1 reference]

– and Jefferson's departure from France [1 reference]

– and John Anstey [2 references]

– and John Blagge [1 reference]

– and John Searson [3 references]

– and Jonathan Lawrence [1 reference]

– and Joseph Fay [1 reference]

– and Lafayette [1 reference]

– and Levinus Clarkson [1 reference]

– and Lewis Littlepage [4 references]

– and Maine boundary dispute [1 reference]

– and negotiations with Gardoqui [3 references]

– and negotiations with Great Britain [1 reference]

– and Neutrality Proclamation [3 references]

– and New England circuit court [1 reference]

– and New York circular letter [1 reference]

– and northeastern boundary dispute [2 references]

– and peace propositions [1 reference]

– and presidential protocol [2 references]

– and proposals for armed neutrality [1 reference]

– and proposed statue of GW [1 reference]

– and Ralph Wormeley, Jr. [1 reference]

– and ratification of Constitution [1 reference]

– and Richard Harrison [2 references]

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

– and Robert Troup [1 reference]

– and Samuel Bradford [1 reference]

– and Samuel Vaughan, Jr. [1 reference]

– and sea letters [1 reference]

– and separation of powers [1 reference]

– and slave embarkation lists [3 references]

– and Society of the Cincinnati [3 references]

– and Spanish aid [1 reference]

– and Spanish negotiations [1 reference]

– and Spanish stallion [1 reference]

– and Supreme Court meeting [1 reference]

– and Thomas Barclay [1 reference]

– and Thomas Johnson [1 reference]

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

– and vice-presidency [1 reference]

– and William Stephens Smith [2 references]

– and William Tate [2 references]

– appointed chief justice of Supreme Court [1 reference]

– appointment of [3 references]

– arrives in New York [1 reference]

– as acting secretary of state [3 references]

– as delegate to Congress [1 reference]

– as secretary of foreign affairs [3 references]

– as secretary of state [1 reference]

– as U.S. minister to Great Britain [9 references]

– at Bath, England [1 reference]

– attends convention of Episcopal church [2 references]

– attends GW's first annual message to Congress [1 reference]

– birth of daughter [1 reference]

– carries letter [1 reference]

– circuit court duty [1 reference]

– comments on diplomatic salaries [1 reference]

– commissioner to Europe [1 reference]

– compliments [3 references]

– considered for office [1 reference]

– conversation with GW [1 reference]

– court-martial [1 reference]

– criticizes judicial system [1 reference]

– dines with GW [9 references]

– elected president of Congress [3 references]

– employs George Taylor, Jr. [1 reference]

– envoy to Great Britain [13 references + 5 subentries]

– espionage activities [3 references]

– false accusations against [3 references]

– feud with Lewis Littlepage [1 reference]

– forwards letters [5 references]

– gives advice on draft letter [1 reference]

– greetings to [1 reference]

– GW asks advice of [2 references]

– GW asks for opinions from [8 references]

– GW consults [1 reference]

– GW invites to theater [1 reference]

– GW requests advice from [2 references]

– GW seeks opinions of [1 reference]

– GW visits [3 references]

– his plan for new government [1 reference]

– his report on the conduct of the states [2 references]

– illness of [1 reference]

– in England [1 reference]

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

– instructs John Adams [1 reference]

– introduces Lord Wycombe [1 reference]

– John Temple communicates his instructions to [1 reference]

– Lafayette's compliments to [1 reference]

– leaves for America [1 reference]

– letters cited [4 references]

– letters forwarded by [1 reference]

– meets with GW [2 references]

– meets with Thomas Jefferson [2 references]

– Monroe's views of [1 reference]

– negotiations with Gardoqui [1 reference]

– nominated governor of N.Y. [1 reference]

– on Moustier [1 reference]

– on New York provincial congress committees [8 references]

– opinion on Lotbinière's petition [2 references]

– opinion requested on Thomas Bird case [1 reference]

– opposition to [1 reference]

– political ambitions of [1 reference]

– proposals for national government [1 reference]

– public opinion of [1 reference]

– quits U.S. Supreme Court [1 reference]

– recommends George Taylor, Jr. [1 reference]

– recommends John McComb, Jr. [1 reference]

– recommends Matthew Clarkson [1 reference]

– recommends William Temple Franklin [1 reference]

– reports on consuls by [2 references]

– reports to Congress [2 references]

– reputation in Ireland [1 reference]

– salary of [1 reference]

– sends cottonseed to GW [3 references]

– sends seed [1 reference]

– sends seeds to GW [3 references]

– signs letter [2 references]

– son of [1 reference]

– Spanish stallion of [1 reference]

– to Richard Henry Lee [1 reference]

– views on condition of the country [1 reference]

– views on conducting negotiations [2 references]

– views on Invalid Pensions Act [1 reference]

– visits Philadelphia [1 reference]

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