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[Diary entry: 1 March 1771] [Diaries 3:12]+

[Diary entry: 9 May 1775] [Diaries 3:329]+

[Diary entry: 24 September 1784] [Diaries 4:42]

[Diary entry: 15 March 1785] [Diaries 4:103]+

[Diary entry: 20 March 1785] [Diaries 4:106]+

[Diary entry: 13 April 1785] [Diaries 4:119]+

[Diary entry: 16 May 1785] [Diaries 4:140]+

[Diary entry: 20 November 1785] [Diaries 4:235]+

[Diary entry: 9 June 1786] [Diaries 4:345]+

[Diary entry: 18 April 1787] [Diaries 5:137]+

[Diary entry: 21 May 1787] [Diaries 5:160]+

[Diary entry: 2 October 1787] [Diaries 5:190]+

[Diary entry: 7 October 1789] [Diaries 5:455]

[Diary entry: 7 October 1789] [Diaries 5:456]+

[Diary entry: 18 March 1790] [Diaries 6:49]+

[Diary entry: 1 April 1790] [Diaries 6:56]+

[Diary entry: 5 April 1790] [Diaries 6:57]+

[Diary entry: 28 April 1790] [Diaries 6:70]+

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

[Diary entry: 2 June 1791] [Diaries 6:155]+

From Valentine Crawford, 7 May 1774 [Colonial Series 10:53]+

To George William Fairfax, 10–15 June 1774 [Colonial Series 10:99]

Cash Accounts, August 1774 [Colonial Series 10:139]

Cash Accounts, August 1774 [Colonial Series 10:140]

To Andrew Lewis, 27 March 1775 [Colonial Series 10:311]+

From Albemarle Independent Company, 29 April 1775 [Colonial Series 10:350]+

From Samuel Ward, 17 September 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 2:4]

To John Hancock, 11 May 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:280]

To John Hancock, 18 May 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:334]+

From John Hancock, 21 May 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:353]+

From Major General William Heath, 11 October 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:539]+

To John Parke Custis, 22 January 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:124]

General Orders, 10 October 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 11:472]

From Colonel John Gibson, 5 December 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 12:563]+

From Major General William Heath, 17 December 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 12:625]+

From Philip Mazzei, 27 January 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:91]+

From Andrew Lewis, 15 February 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:203]+

From Major General Riedesel, 16 February 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:216]

To George Mason, 27 March 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:628]

To Ebenezer Hazard, 18 May 1784 [Confederation Series 1:397]+

From George Augustine Washington, 14 August 1784 [Confederation Series 2:41]+

From Jacob Read, 9 March 1785 [Confederation Series 2:418]+

From John Augustine Washington, 17 July 1785 [Confederation Series 3:136]+

To Lafayette, 25 July 1785 [Confederation Series 3:153]

From Benjamin Franklin, 20 September 1785 [Confederation Series 3:267]+

To David Humphreys, 7 February 1785 [Confederation Series 3:488]

To William Moultrie, 25 May 1786 [Confederation Series 4:74]

From John Fitzgerald, 13 June 1786 [Confederation Series 4:108]+

From Henry Lee, Jr., 7 August 1786 [Confederation Series 4:201]+

From James Monroe, 20 August 1786 [Confederation Series 4:224]

From Mauduit du Plessis, 20 July 1787 [Confederation Series 5:266]

To George Augustine Washington, 12 August 1787 [Confederation Series 5:289]+

From David Humphreys, 28 September 1787 [Confederation Series 5:343]

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

From James Madison, 24 August 1788 [Confederation Series 6:471]+

To David Stuart, 10 November 1788 [Presidential Series 1:103]+

From Thomas Marshall, 12 February 1789 [Presidential Series 1:297]

From John Jay, 1 March 1789 [Presidential Series 1:350]

From Henry Knox, 2 April 1789 [Presidential Series 2:9]+

From William Temple Franklin, 20 April 1789 [Presidential Series 2:91]+

To Annis Boudinot Stockton, 4 May 1789 [Presidential Series 2:208]+

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

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

From the Board of Treasury, 15 June 1789 [Presidential Series 3:26]

From George William Smith, 20 July 1789 [Presidential Series 3:252]+

From Jonathan Jackson, 31 July 1789 [Presidential Series 3:360]+

From the Board of Treasury, 14 August 1789 [Presidential Series 3:436]

From David Ross, 28 November 1789 [Presidential Series 4:338]+

From d'Anterroches, 6 February 1790 [Presidential Series 5:101]

From John Paradise, 2 April 1790 [Presidential Series 5:305]+

From Thomas Paine, 1 May 1790 [Presidential Series 5:370]

From Mercy Otis Warren, 18 May 1790 [Presidential Series 5:403]

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

From Henry Marchant, 7 June 1790 [Presidential Series 5:490]+

To the United States Senate, 2 July 1790 [Presidential Series 6:3]

From Gouverneur Morris, 3 July 1790 [Presidential Series 6:6]+

From Thomas Jefferson, 17 July 1790 [Presidential Series 6:98]

From Thomas Jefferson, 17 July 1790 [Presidential Series 6:100]+

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

From William Godwin, 21 July 1790 [Presidential Series 6:112]+

From Winthrop Sargent, 1 August 1790 [Presidential Series 6:175]

To Thomas Paine, 10 August 1790 [Presidential Series 6:231]+

Proclamation, 14 August 1790 [Presidential Series 6:248]

Proclamation, 14 August 1790 [Presidential Series 6:249]

From Gouverneur Morris, 16 August 1790 [Presidential Series 6:272]+

To Edmund Randolph, 26 August 1790 [Presidential Series 6:343]+

Enclosure: To John Adams, 27 August 1790 [Presidential Series 6:344]

From Thomas Jefferson, 29 August 1790 [Presidential Series 6:365]+

Memorandum from Thomas Jefferson, 29 August 1790 [Presidential Series 6:369]

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

From Louis XVI, 11 September 1790 [Presidential Series 6:416]+

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

From John Blair, 22 September 1790 [Presidential Series 6:498]+

From Samuel Tucker, 1 October 1790 [Presidential Series 6:526]+

Tobias Lear to Clement Biddle, 3 October 1790 [Presidential Series 6:528]+

From Kentucky Convention, 4 October 1790 [Presidential Series 6:537]+

From Stephen Sayre, 15 October 1790 [Presidential Series 6:563]

From David Humphreys, 31 October 1790 [Presidential Series 6:596]

From David Humphreys, 31 October 1790 [Presidential Series 6:599]

From Tobias Lear, 21 November 1790 [Presidential Series 6:681]

From Wakelin Welch & Son, 29 November 1790 [Presidential Series 6:699]+

From David Humphreys, 30 November 1790 [Presidential Series 6:701]

From James Seagrove, 30 November 1791 [letter not found] [Presidential Series 9:242]+

To Henry Lee, 7 December 1791 [Presidential Series 9:261]

To the United States Senate, 3 May 1792 [Presidential Series 10:344]+

To Henry Lee, 30 June 1792 [Presidential Series 10:506]

From Tobias Lear, 5 August 1792 [Presidential Series 10:625]

To Henry Knox, 15 August 1792 [Presidential Series 10:657]

From Edmund Randolph, 22 February 1793 [Presidential Series 12:200]

From John Sinclair, 11 September 1793 [Presidential Series 14:72]+

From Harriot Washington, 16 November 1793 [Presidential Series 14:383]+

From William DuVal, 6 January 1794 [Presidential Series 15:32]+

To Howell Lewis or William Pearce, 6 January 1794 [Presidential Series 15:35]

From Johann Benjamin Erhard, 27 January 1794 [Presidential Series 15:133]

From Thomas Johnson, 6 February 1794 [Presidential Series 15:187]+

From Edmund Randolph, 4 March 1794 [Presidential Series 15:328]+

From Richard Henry Lee, 8 March 1794 [Presidential Series 15:339]

From Alexander Hamilton, 7 April 1794 [Presidential Series 15:531]+

From Alexander Hamilton, 8 April 1794 [Presidential Series 15:543]

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

To Gouverneur Morris, 25 June 1794 [Presidential Series 16:276]

To Alexander Hamilton, 2 July 1794 [Presidential Series 16:304]

To John Sinclair, 20 July 1794 [Presidential Series 16:396]

To Edmund Randolph, 19 August 1794 [Presidential Series 16:587]+

To William Booker, 26 June 1797 [Retirement Series 1:216]

From John C. Ogden, 20 September 1798 [Retirement Series 3:28]

From James McHenry, 10 November 1799 [Retirement Series 4:402]+

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– accepts position as secretary of state [1 reference]

– accompanies GW to Rhode Island [3 references]

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– advises Tobias Lear [4 references]

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– and commercial relations with France [2 references]

– and commissioners for the federal district [2 references]

– and commissions [4 references]

– and complaints of French prisoners [1 reference]

– and comte d'Artois [1 reference]

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– and comte de Doradour [1 reference]

– and conferences with GW [3 references]

– and consular appointments [6 references]

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– and David Rittenhouse [1 reference]

– and David Stuart [3 references]

– and D.C. commissioners [4 references]

– and defense of Virginia frontier [1 reference]

– and desalination experiments [1 reference]

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– and diplomatic appointments [4 references]

– and dispute over Alburg, Vt. [3 references]

– and disputes over the Federal City [14 references]

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– and Erie Triangle [1 reference]

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– and European affairs [1 reference]

– and factionalism in U.S. [1 reference]

– and farmers-general [4 references]

– and Federal City [26 references]

– and federal district [3 references]

– and Ferdinand Grand [1 reference]

– and First U.S. Census [2 references]

– and foreign service salaries [2 references]

– and Francisco Chiappe [1 reference]

– and François Cointeraux [1 reference]

– and French mission [2 references]

– and Friedrich Wilhelm von Geismar [1 reference]

– and frontier defenses [1 reference]

– and fugitives to Florida [3 references]

– and Fulwar Skipwith [1 reference]

– and Gazette of the United States (Philadelphia) [1 reference]

– and George Buchanan [1 reference]

– and George Logan [2 references]

– and George Skene Keith [2 references]

– and gift of shares to GW [1 reference]

– and Gilles de Lavallée [1 reference]

– and Giuseppe Ceracchi [1 reference]

– and Gouverneur Morris [6 references]

– and Gouverneur Morris's London mission [3 references]

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

– and GW's annual message to Congress [3 references]

– and GW's army commission [1 reference]

– and GW's Burning Springs tract [1 reference]

– and GW's gold medal [1 reference]

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

– and GW's shares in Potomac and James River companies [1 reference]

– and GW's Southern Tour [1 reference]

– and GW's watch [1 reference]

– and Hans Rudolph Saabye [1 reference]

– and Hasting Marks [1 reference]

– and Henry Knox [2 references]

– and Hessian fly [2 references]

– and his appraisal of European developments [1 reference]

– and his views on the Constitution [4 references]

– and 1788 Holland loan [1 reference]

– and Holland loans [1 reference]

– and Houdon [2 references]

– and Houdon's statue of GW [1 reference]

– and Houdon statue of GW [2 references]

– and Hughes crab apple [1 reference]

– and impressed seamen [2 references]

– and Indian affairs [6 references]

– and Isaac Roberdeau [1 reference]

– and James Bowdoin, Jr. [1 reference]

– and James Brown [1 reference]

– and James Madison [7 references]

– and James Monroe [2 references]

– and James O'Fallon [1 reference]

– and James O'Fallon's schemes [1 reference]

– and James Rumsey [1 reference]

– and James Swan [1 reference]

– and Jean-Baptiste Ducoigne [1 reference]

– and Joel Barlow [1 reference]

– and John Adams [3 references]

– and John Bondfield [1 reference]

– and John Brown [1 reference]

– and John Church [1 reference]

– and John Cleves Symmes [1 reference]

– and John C. Ogden [2 references]

– and John de Neufville [1 reference]

– and John Nicholas [1 reference]

– and John Paul Jones [1 reference]

– and John Polson [1 reference]

– and John Rutledge, Jr. [1 reference]

– and John Waller Johnston [1 reference]

– and Joseph Anderson [2 references]

– and Joshua Fry's bounty lands [1 reference]

– and Journals of Congress [1 reference]

– and J. Poncignon [1 reference]

– and Lafayette [2 references]

– and Lavallée [1 reference]

– and leave of absence [2 references]

– and L'Enfant [2 references]

– and Lewis R. Morris [1 reference]

– and location of Federal District [5 references]

– and Lord Wycombe [1 reference]

– and Lormerie [1 reference]

– and maintenance of communication during GW's Southern Tour [1 reference]

– and maple sugar [2 references]

– and marshals' commissions [1 reference]

– and Mathew Carey [1 reference]

– and medals [1 reference]

– and medals for Revolutionary War service [3 references]

– and Mediterranean trade [1 reference]

– and Michael Morgan O'Brien [1 reference]

– and military appointments [1 reference]

– and Mississippi question [1 reference]

– and Nathaniel Pendleton [1 reference]

– and Nathan Read [1 reference]

– and national census [1 reference]

– and national weights and measures [1 reference]

– and navigation of Mississippi [1 reference]

– and need for consul at Copenhagen [1 reference]

– and negotiations with George Hammond [1 reference]

– and negotiations with Great Britain [2 references]

– and Newburgh Burroughs [1 reference]

– and news from Europe [1 reference]

– and North Carolina appointments [2 references]

– and North Carolina lands [2 references]

– and Northwest Territory [4 references]

– and Northwest Territory's judges [2 references]

– and olive culture [1 reference]

– and opposition to the federal excise tax on whiskey [1 reference]

– and packages for GW [1 reference]

– and Paradises [1 reference]

– and Paris manufactory [1 reference]

– and patents [1 reference]

– and Peter Carr [1 reference]

– and petition from citizens of Vincennes, Ind. [2 references]

– and petition of John Rogers [2 references]

– and Philadelphia stockjobbers [1 reference]

– and Philip Freneau [2 references]

– and Pierre L'Enfant [4 references]

– and planning of Federal District [1 reference]

– and plan of Federal City [1 reference]

– and political dissension [1 reference]

– and post roads [1 reference]

– and Potomac navigation [2 references]

– and presidential veto power [1 reference]

– and President's House [2 references]

– and proposed statue of GW [1 reference]

– and public lands [1 reference]

– and recall of William Carmichael [1 reference]

– and relations with Denmark [2 references]

– and relations with France [9 references]

– and relations with Great Britain [12 references]

– and relations with Spain [3 references]

– and return to United States [2 references]

– and revision of Virginia code [1 reference]

– and Revolutionary War compensation claims [1 reference]

– and Richard Bland [1 reference]

– and Richard Chandler [1 reference]

– and Rights of Man [2 references]

– and Robert Brent [1 reference]

– and Rock Creek bridge [1 reference]

– and Rodolf Valltravers [2 references]

– and Rodolph Vall-travers [1 reference]

– and Roger Alden [1 reference]

– and Romancoke land [1 reference]

– and Saint Domingue [2 references]

– and Samuel Jordan Cabell [1 reference]

– and Samuel Mulliken [2 references]

– and Samuel Wall [1 reference]

– and Senate special session [1 reference]

– and separation of powers [2 references]

– and slavery in Massachusetts [1 reference]

– and Society of the Cincinnati [3 references]

– and Society of the Cincinnati [1 reference]

– and Spanish Florida [1 reference]

– and Spanish jackasses for GW [1 reference]

– and standardization of weights and measures [2 references]

– and State Department accounts [3 references]

– and State Department expenses [5 references]

– and St. Clair's defeat [3 references]

– and St. Domingue [2 references]

– and Stephen Gregory [1 reference]

– and Stephen Sayre [1 reference]

– and survey of Virginia coast [1 reference]

– and taxes [1 reference]

– and Tench Coxe [2 references]

– and Ternant [2 references]

– and textile manufacturing [1 reference]

– and the bank bill [2 references]

– and the Erie Triangle land purchase [3 references]

– and the Federal City [17 references]

– and the Northwest Territory [2 references]

– and Thomas Appleton [1 reference]

– and Thomas Auldjo [1 reference]

– and Thomas Barclay [2 references]

– and Thomas Johnson [1 reference]

– and Thomas Paine [3 references]

– and threshing machine [1 reference]

– and Tobias Lear [2 references]

– and tract at Great Falls [3 references]

– and transmission of laws to president [1 reference]

– and Tubeuf [1 reference]

– and U.S. commerce with the Dutch East Indies [1 reference]

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

– and U.S. foreign debt [2 references]

– and U.S. foreign policy [1 reference]

– and U.S. Mint [6 references]

– and U.S. Post Office [5 references]

– and U.S. relations with Algiers [4 references]

– and U.S. relations with France [2 references]

– and U.S. relations with Great Britain [8 references]

– and U.S. relations with Holland [4 references]

– and U.S. relations with Morocco [1 reference]

– and U.S. relations with Spain [7 references]

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– and Vermont appointments [2 references]

– and Vermont statehood [2 references]

– and Virginia agriculture [3 references]

– and Virginia woolen manufacturing [1 reference]

– and watch [4 references]

– and water desalination [1 reference]

– and western lands [1 reference]

– and western waterways [3 references]

– and wheat seeds [1 reference]

– and William Augustus Bowles [1 reference]

– and William Blount [1 reference]

– and William Carmichael [2 references]

– and William Hull [1 reference]

– and William Knox [1 reference]

– and William Lewis [1 reference]

– and William Short [1 reference]

– and William Smith [1 reference]

– and William Stephens Smith [1 reference]

– and William Tatham [1 reference]

– and William Temple Franklin [2 references]

– and wine for GW [6 references]

– and Winthrop Sargent [1 reference]

– announces recall as minister to France [1 reference]

– answers GW's queries [1 reference]

– anti-Federalist letter of to Mazzei [2 references]

– appointment of [7 references]

– appointments by [3 references]

– appoints William Davies [1 reference]

– approves publication of State Department papers [1 reference]

– arrives at Philadelphia [1 reference]

– arrives in New York [1 reference]

– as ambassador to France [1 reference]

– as governor [1 reference]

– as governor of Virginia [2 references]

– asks advice of department heads [1 reference]

– as minister to France [1 reference]

– as patron of National Gazette [1 reference]

– as secretary of state [1 reference]

– as U.S. minister to France [1 reference]

– at Monticello [3 references]

– attends Franklin's eulogy [1 reference]

– attends levee at presidential residence [1 reference]

– buys books [1 reference]

– circular letters [5 references]

– circular letter to cabinet [1 reference]

– comments on GW's illness [2 references]

– comments on Residence Bill [1 reference]

– comments on U.S. foreign policy [1 reference]

– committee appointments [1 reference]

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– conflict with Alexander Hamilton [7 references]

– congressional reports of [2 references]

– consults Alexander Hamilton [1 reference]

– consults with Arthur St. Clair [1 reference]

– consults with David Humphreys [1 reference]

– consults with Edmund Randolph [1 reference]

– consults with former ministers [1 reference]

– consults with GW [1 reference]

– consults with Henry Knox [1 reference]

– contracts with Houdon for bust of GW [1 reference]

– conversations and meetings with [21 subentries]

– correspondence printed [1 reference]

– countersigns GW's address to the Seneca [1 reference]

– countersigns proclamations [6 references]

– criticism of [2 references]

– criticized [2 references]

– criticizes John Adams [1 reference]

– critiques GW's drafts [1 reference]

– decodes enciphered letter [1 reference]

– defends his political actions [1 reference]

– delegate to Continental Congress [1 reference]

– delivers gold medal to GW [1 reference]

– departure from France [1 reference]

– description of GW's presidential procedures [1 reference]

– description of John Adams's presidential procedures [1 reference]

– dines with Washingtons [1 reference]

– dinner invitation to [1 reference]

– dispatches from [1 reference]

– dissenting cabinet opinions of [4 references]

– dockets letters [1 reference]

– drafts address for GW [1 reference]

– drafts GW's letters [2 references]

– drafts messages to Congress for GW [7 references]

– drafts proclamations [1 reference]

– Edmond Genet's opinion of [1 reference]

– favors ratifications of the Constitution [2 references]

– forwards books [1 reference]

– forwards GW's private letters [2 references]

– forwards letter [1 reference]

– friend of marquise de Bréhan and comte de Moustier [2 references]

– George Walker consults [1 reference]

– greetings to [1 reference]

– GW amends letters of [1 reference]

– GW asks advice of [2 references]

– GW laments loss of [1 reference]

– GW requests answers from [1 reference]

– GW requests interview with [3 references]

– GW sends copy of Constitution to [1 reference]

– GW's instructions to [6 references]

– GW's opinion of [1 reference]

– GW warned about [2 references]

– headaches of [2 references]

– his views of Society of the Cincinnati [2 references]

– his views of Virginia's boundaries [1 reference]

– illness of [1 reference]

– instructions to [2 references]

– instructions to William Henry Hill [1 reference]

– instructs district attorneys [1 reference]

– instructs Thomas Barclay [2 references]

– intention to retire [2 references]

– introduces Chastel de La Vallée [1 reference]

– introduction for Gouverneur Morris [2 references]

– in Va. House of Burgesses [2 references]

– in Virginia [1 reference]

– invited to Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– issues commissions [1 reference]

– Lafayette's admiration of [1 reference]

– Lafayette's compliments to [1 reference]

– Lafayette's praise of [1 reference]

– leaves Philadelphia [1 reference]

– letters forwarded to [1 reference]

– letters of submitted to GW [1 reference]

– letters referred to [5 references]

– letters transmitted [1 reference]

– loses letters [1 reference]

– makes recommendation [1 reference]

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– meets with George Hammond [1 reference]

– meets with GW [4 references]

– meets with James Madison [1 reference]

– meets with John Adams and other department heads [4 references]

– memoranda of [8 references]

– memorandum to GW [1 reference]

– mentioned [1 reference]

– movements of [4 references]

– negotiations with George Hammond [1 reference]

– notes on [3 subentries]

Notes on the State of Virginia [13 references]

Observations on the Whalefishery [2 references]

– observes weather [3 references]

– offers position to Paul Richard Randall [1 reference]

– office of [1 reference]

– on affairs in Europe [1 reference]

– on American neutrality [1 reference]

– on committee [1 reference]

– on consular appointments [4 references]

– on diplomatic appointments [7 references]

– on gifts to foreign ambassadors [2 references]

– on natural rights [1 reference]

– on new government [1 reference]

– on payments to France [1 reference]

– on proposals to purchase U.S. debt to France [1 reference]

– on relations with Spain [2 references]

– on the Yazoo land fraud [2 references]

– on U.S. reputation abroad [1 reference]

– opinions of [12 subentries]

– opposes Alexander Hamilton [1 reference]

– opposes Society of the Cincinnati [2 references]

– opposition to [1 reference]

– packet for [1 reference]

– passage to France of [3 references]

– Philadelphia residence of [1 reference]

– political views of [1 reference]

– politics of [1 reference]

– powers of [1 reference]

– praise of [2 references]

– prepares draft for GW [9 references]

– presents José de Jaudenes to GW [1 reference]

– principle of republicanism [1 reference]

– proposes legislation [1 reference]

– “Propositions Respecting the Coinage of Gold, Silver, and Copper” [2 references]

– provides draft documents for GW [5 references]

– raises money for André Michaux [1 reference]

– recalls David Humphreys [1 reference]

– receives A Plan for Encouraging Agriculture, and Increasing the Value of Farms . . . [1 reference]

– receives London newspapers [1 reference]

– receives news of French declarations of war [1 reference]

– receives reports [2 references]

– receives survey of federal district [1 reference]

– recommends Couteulx [1 reference]

– reelected to Continental Congress [1 reference]

– reluctance to hold public office [2 references]

– removal from France [1 reference]

– reports of [9 subentries]

– reputation in Ireland [1 reference]

– reputation of [2 references]

– residence of [1 reference]

– resides in Germantown, Pa. [1 reference]

– resignation of [12 references]

– resigns office [3 references]

– reviews draft documents for GW [3 references]

– reviews report on Northwest Territory [1 reference]

– Revolutionary War intelligence from [2 references]

– Revolutionary War services of [1 reference]

– rumored to become minister to France [1 reference]

– salary [1 reference]

– sends book to GW [1 reference]

– sends trees and plants to Charleston, S.C. [1 reference]

– sent documents for submission to GW [5 references]

– signs grant [1 reference]

– signs letter to emperor of Morocco [1 reference]

– signs Treaty of New York [2 references]

– State Department financial accounts [1 reference]

– statement about Edmond Genet [1 reference]

– submits letters to GW [11 references]

– submits reports to GW [2 references]

– suggested for minister to France [2 references]

– suggestions of [1 reference]

– summer residence of [1 reference]

– supports free navigation of Mississippi River [1 reference]

– supports Monroe's A View [2 references]

– supports report on military preparations [1 reference]

– to countersign proclamation [1 reference]

– to introduce Dutch visitors to GW [1 reference]

– tours northern states [8 references]

– translates for GW [9 references]

– translates letters [2 references]

– translates letters for GW [1 reference]

– transmits federal laws to Gouverneur Morris [1 reference]

– transmits U.S. newspapers to Gouverneur Morris [1 reference]

– travels with GW [1 reference]

– trustee for Bernard Moore [1 reference]

– view of Federal Convention [1 reference]

– views on [37 subentries]

– visits GW in N.Y. [5 references]

– visits Mount Vernon [7 references]

– visits New York City [1 reference]

– visits William Pearce's factory [1 reference]

– writes of GW's illness [1 reference]

See Also

See also Secretary of state

See also State Department

See also United States: cabinet

See also United States: Federal City

See also United States: foreign relations

See also United States: State Department