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[Diary entry: 8 May 1768] [Diaries 2:60]+

[Diary entry: 20 September 1784] [Diaries 4:30]

[Diary entry: 19 February 1785] [Diaries 4:93]+

[Diary entry: 10 March 1786] [Diaries 4:292]+

[Diary entry: 24 May 1787] [Diaries 5:162]+

[Diary entry: 30 September 1794] [Diaries 6:179]+

From Peyton Randolph, 6 September 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 1:423]

From Peyton Randolph, 6 September 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 1:424]+

To Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Reed, 30 October 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 2:262]

From Lund Washington, 3 December 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 2:480]

From Ebenezer Richmond, 21 December 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 2:587]

To Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Reed, 1 February 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:239]+

To Major General Charles Lee, 10 February 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:283]

To James Madison, 31 March 1787 [Confederation Series 5:117]+

To John Marshall, 17 March 1789 [Presidential Series 1:402]

From Joseph Jones, 15 November 1789 [Presidential Series 4:294]

Enclosure: To John Adams, 27 August 1790 [Presidential Series 6:345]+

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

To Alexander Hamilton, 27 September 1790 [Presidential Series 6:515]+

To Tobias Lear, 27 September 1790 [Presidential Series 6:517]+

From William Lewis, 7 March 1791 [Presidential Series 7:522]+

Editorial Note [Presidential Series 10:196]+

I: From Henry Knox, 3 April 1792 [Presidential Series 10:198]+

From William Gordon, 12 April 1792 [Presidential Series 10:256]+

To Ségur, 4 May 1792 [Presidential Series 10:349]+

From Edmund Randolph, 5 August 1792 [Presidential Series 10:628]+

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

From Thomas Jefferson, 9 September 1793 [Presidential Series 14:52]+

From Henry Knox, 15 September 1793 [Presidential Series 14:99]

From Timothy Pickering, 21 October 1793 [Presidential Series 14:248]

From Timothy Pickering, 23 October 1793 [Presidential Series 14:265]

From the Saint Marc (Saint Domingue) Council, 16 November 1793 [Presidential Series 14:382]+

From Thomas Jefferson, 22 December 1793 [Presidential Series 14:590]+

From David Humphreys, 3 February 1794 [Presidential Series 15:175]

Henry Knox to Bartholomew Dandridge, Jr., 11 February 1794 [Presidential Series 15:215]+

From John Nicholas, 6 April 1794 [Presidential Series 15:522]+

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

From James McHenry, 10 April 1794 [Presidential Series 15:562]+

To the Commissioners for the District of Columbia, 11 April 1794 [Presidential Series 15:564]

From Daniel Carroll, 2 May 1794 [Presidential Series 16:8]+

Notice of John Jay's Powers as Envoy Extraordinary to Great Britain, 6 May 1794 [Presidential Series 16:19]

From the Manufacturers of Snuff and Refined Sugar, 17 May 1794 [Presidential Series 16:83]+

From Henry Knox, 1 June 1794 [Presidential Series 16:175]+

From David Humphreys, 30 June 1794 [Presidential Series 16:298]

From William Bradford, 14 July 1794 [Presidential Series 16:346]+

From Robert Denny, 21 July 1794 [Presidential Series 16:398]+

From Henry Knox, 26 July 1794 [Presidential Series 16:440]+

From George Clinton, 1 August 1794 [Presidential Series 16:458]

From Thomas Mifflin, 5 August 1794 [Presidential Series 16:522]

From Alexander Hamilton, 12 August 1794 [Presidential Series 16:552]+

From William Heth, 13 July 1798 [Retirement Series 2:406]

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– id. [5 references]

– letters from [60 subentries]

– letters to [60 subentries]

– absence of [1 reference]

– acts for GW [1 reference]

– advice sought [6 references]

– advises about Alexander Hamilton's report on money borrowed abroad [1 reference]

– advises GW [1 reference]

– advises on appointments [2 references]

– Alexander Hamilton consults [1 reference]

– and amendments to U.S. Constitution [2 references]

– and appointment of agent to West Indies [1 reference]

– and Byrd lottery [2 references]

– and Charles Dumas [2 references]

– and Charles Lee estate [1 reference]

– and Charles Pinckney [1 reference]

– and Christopher Gore [1 reference]

– and Clement Biddle [1 reference]

– and College, Academy, and Charitable School of Philadelphia [1 reference]

– and conveyances for land in federal district [1 reference]

– and court-martial of John Morgan [3 references]

– and Custis estate [6 references]

– and D.C. commissioners [1 reference]

– and Dennis Ryan's note [4 references]

– and digest of federal law [3 references]

– and disputes over the Federal City [5 references]

– and Edmond Genet [1 reference]

– and education of his children [2 references]

– and Federal City lottery [1 reference]

– and frontier defenses [1 reference]

– and fugitives [1 reference]

– and George Flowerdew Norton [1 reference]

– and George Mercer's estate [1 reference]

– and George William Fairfax [1 reference]

– and Gilles de Lavallée [1 reference]

– and GW's annual message to Congress [5 references]

– and GW's birthday [1 reference]

– and GW's decision to attend the Federal Convention [2 references]

– and GW's election to Federal Convention [4 references]

– and GW's James River tracts [1 reference]

– and GW's land patents [4 references]

– and GW's Millers Run ejectment suit [2 references]

– and his views of Constitution [2 references]

– and Indian affairs [1 reference]

– and James Monroe [10 references]

– and James River Company [4 references]

– and legal reform in Virginia [1 reference]

– and loan for negotiations with Algiers [1 reference]

– and Millers Run ejectment suits [5 references]

– and Mount Vernon conference [1 reference]

– and Oliver Pollock [1 reference]

– and opposition to federal excise tax on whiskey [3 references]

– and pardons for perjury [1 reference]

– and patents [1 reference]

– and Philip Wilson's case [1 reference]

– and presentation of Fauchet's credentials [1 reference]

– and ratification of Constitution [2 references]

– and rebuke to George Rogers Clark [1 reference]

– and Rights of Man [1 reference]

– and Round Bottom tract [1 reference]

– and sale of George Mercer's estate [1 reference]

– and Seneca murders [1 reference]

– and ship passports [2 references]

– and State Department expenses [1 reference]

– and Tankerville estate [1 reference]

– and the Bank of the United States [1 reference]

– and the Erie Triangle land purchase [2 references]

– and the Federal City [4 references]

– and the pardon of Samuel Dodge [2 references]

– and the pardon of Thomas Cotterell [1 reference]

– and the Savage affair [1 reference]

– and the U.S. Supreme Court [1 reference]

– and Thomas Howells's letter [1 reference]

– and Thomas Jefferson [1 reference]

– and Thomas Paine [1 reference]

– and U.S. attorney general's office [1 reference]

– and U.S. Mint [1 reference]

– and Virginia Plan [2 references]

– and Whiskey Insurrection [3 references]

– and William Byrd's lottery [1 reference]

– and William Lewis [1 reference]

– and William Tatham [1 reference]

– appointed aide-de-camp to GW [3 references]

– appointed attorney general of U.S. [1 reference]

– appointed secretary of state [5 references]

– appointment of [7 references]

– appoints William Davies [2 references]

– approves documents [2 references]

– approves draft letters [2 references]

– approves letter [1 reference]

– as attorney general [2 references]

– as attorney general of Va. [6 references]

– as commissioner of the sinking fund [2 references]

– as Convention delegate [1 reference]

– as governor of Va. [7 references]

– as secretary of state [5 references]

– at Constitutional Convention [8 references]

– at Mount Vernon [5 references]

– attends circuit court [3 references]

– attends Supreme Court session [2 references]

– attends talks with Cherokee Indians [1 reference]

A Vindication of Mr. Randolph's Resignation [2 references]

– becomes secretary of state [1 reference]

– borrows money [1 reference]

– character of [1 reference]

– circular letters [2 subentries]

– commissioner to Mount Vernon Conference [1 reference]

– congratulated by GW [1 reference]

– conversations and meetings with [27 subentries]

– defends neutrality policies [2 references]

– delay in assuming office [2 references]

– departs Philadelphia [1 reference]

– dines with GW [1 reference]

– dines with Martha Washington [1 reference]

– dissents from cabinet opinions [2 references]

– documents referred to [5 references]

– drafts documents [3 references]

– drafts documents for GW [10 references]

– education of children of [1 reference]

– elected Convention delegate [1 reference]

– elected governor [4 references]

– evaluation of U.S. public opinion [2 references]

– explains his refusal to sign Constitution [2 references]

– forwards letters [1 reference]

– GW seeks legal advice from [4 references]

– GW seeks opinions of [1 reference]

– GW's instructions to [2 references]

– GW's opinion of [1 reference]

– GW visits [2 references]

– GW warned about [1 reference]

– hates law practice [1 reference]

– health [5 references]

– Henry Knox consults [4 references]

– illness of [1 reference]

– implicated in bribery plot [1 reference]

– inheritance of [1 reference]

– in Va. Ratifying Convention [3 references]

– leaves army [5 references]

– legal advice to GW on [5 subentries]

– legal opinions of [3 references]

– legal opinions on [19 subentries]

– legal opinion sought [3 references]

– letters forwarded to [1 reference]

– letters referred to [6 references]

– meets with GW [1 reference]

– meets with Samuel Blodget, Jr. [1 reference]

– movements of [3 references]

– objections of to the Constitution [2 references]

– on Yazoo land fraud [2 references]

– opinions of [2 references + 6 subentries]

– opposes Constitution [1 reference]

– powers of [1 reference]

– prepares draft for GW [1 reference]

– presents letter to assembly [1 reference]

– recommended to GW [2 references]

– recommends Benjamin Powell [1 reference]

– refuses payment from GW [1 reference]

– report on Northwest Territory [1 reference]

– reports about spoliations on U.S. commerce [2 references]

– reports on Yazoo land companies [1 reference]

– reports to Congress [1 reference]

– reports to Senate [1 reference]

– requested to draw up deed [1 reference]

– reviews Thomas Jefferson's letter to George Hammond [1 reference]

– sends copy of John Mercer's bond to GW [1 reference]

– serves on committee in Virginia legislature [1 reference]

– signs documents [3 references]

– slaves of [2 references]

– southern tour of [3 references]

– suggested for minister to France [1 reference]

– supports report on military preparations [1 reference]

– Thomas Jefferson consults with [1 reference]

– U.S. Senate's instructions to [1 reference]

– views on [41 subentries]

– visits GW [2 references]

See Also

See also Attorney general

See also Secretary of State

See also United States: cabinet