9780813914077

The Papers of George Washington: Presidential Series : Septmeber 1789-January 1790

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    9780813914077

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    0813914078

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1993-08-01
  • Publisher: Univ of Virginia Pr

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Summary

Volume 4 covers the fall and early winter of 1789-90 and focuses on the problems facing the new administration. Many documents in this volume deal with the difficulties Washington encountered in his attempt to staff the federal judiciary and his fears that failure to attract viable candidates for the Supreme Court and the federal courts would damage the reputation of the new government. There is extensive correspondence dealing with the administration's unsuccessful attempt to negotiate a treaty with the Creek chief Alexander McGillivray and with the growing threat from Indian tribes in the Northwest. Applications for office continue to pour in, often illustrating the private difficulties and public aspirations of the Revolutionary generation. Letters to Washington come from a cross section of Americans and foreign dignitaries and present a rich resource on such diverse topics as foreign affairs, overseas trade, and public attitudes toward the new government. In October 1789 Washington undertook a trip through the New England states to attract support for his administration. His triumphal journey is richly documented by the numerous letters of private and public support. Private letters deal with topics ranging from his attempts to furnish his new greehouse at Mount Vernon with exotic plants and his acquisition of mares to stock the plantation's paddocks to the settlement of the financial affairs of his stepson's estate and his gift of a bit of chintz to the young daughters of a Connecticut innkeeper.

Table of Contents

Editorial Apparatus xxi
Symbols Designating Documents xxiii
Repository Symbols and Abbreviations xxiv
Short Title List xxvi
1789
To James Craik, 8 September
1(2)
To James Madison, c.8 September
3(2)
To Edmund Randolph, 8 September
5(2)
From Richard Bland Lee, 9 September
7(1)
Ratification of the Consular Convention with France, 9 September
7(1)
From Abraham Bancker, 10 September
8(3)
From John Blagge, 10 September see 3:386--87
From George Cornell, 10 September
11(1)
From the Rhode Island Legislature, 10--19 September
12(3)
From John Witherspoon, 10 September see 3:533
From Pierre L'Enfant, 11 September
15(4)
To the United States Senate, 11 September
19(1)
From Abraham Bancker, 12 September see 4:10
From John Taylor Gilman, 12 September
20(2)
From John Parker, Jr., i2 September
22(1)
To the Pennsylvania Legislature, c.12 September
23(2)
From David Stuart, 12 September
25(5)
From Benjamin Thompson, 12 September
30(2)
From John Conway, 13 September see 2:119--20
From Alexander Furnival, 13 September see 2:427
To Betty Washington Lewis, 13 September
32(4)
Tobias Lear to Clement Biddle, 14 September
36(1)
From Samuel Caldwell, 14 September see 2:51
To the Rhode Island Society of the Cincinnati, 14 September
37(1)
To Bernard Hubley, 14 September see 3:337
From William Imlay, 14 September see 3:368
From John H. Purviance, 14 September see 3:369
From David Rittenhouse, 14 September see 3:597
From Arthur St. Clair, 14 September
38(1)
From George Thacher, 14 September
39(2)
Tobias Lear to George Turner, 14 September see 3:495
Tobias Lear to Oliver Wolcott, Jr., 14 September see 3:471
To Arthur Campbell, 15 September
41(1)
To George Gilpin, 15 September
42(1)
Tobias Lear to Clement Biddle, 16 September
42(1)
To Margaret Tilghman Carroll, 16 September
43(4)
From Benjamin Franklin, 16 September
47(1)
From William Imlay, 16 September see 3:368
From Samuel Meredith, 16 September
48(1)
From George Turner, 16 September see 3:495
To the United States Senate, 16 September
48(1)
To the United States Senate and House of Representatives, 16 September
49(1)
To Otho Holland Williams, 16 September see 4:44
Tobias Lear to Henry Knox, 17 September
50(1)
From Andrew Moore, 17 September
50(1)
To the United States Senate, 17 September
51(2)
From Oliver Wolcott, Jr., 17 September see 3:471
From Clement Biddle, 18 September see 4:57
From Clement Gosselin, 18 September
53(3)
From James Read, 18 September
56(1)
From Ann Carter Willis, 18 September
57(1)
From Hugh Williamson, 19 September
58(1)
From Edward Archer, 21 September
59(2)
From David Humphreys, 21 September
61(2)
From Thomas Lowrey, 21 September see 3:533--34
From William Walton Morris, 21 September see 2:283
From William Smith, 21 September
63(1)
To David Stuart, 21 September
64(1)
To David Stuart, 21 September see 4:65
From William Grayson, 22 September
65(1)
From Anthony Walton White, 22 September see 2:189
From Elias Boudinot, 23 September see 3:154
To Benjamin Franklin, 23 September
66(1)
To James Madison, c.23 September
67(1)
From John Page, 23 September
68(1)
To Thomas Smith, 23 September
69(1)
From Isaac Stephens, 23 September
70(2)
From George Turner, 23 September see 8:495
From Otho Holland Williams, 23 September see 4:44
From Pierce Butler, 24 September see 4:23
To John Cannon, 24 September
72(1)
To Constant Freeman, 24 September
73(1)
From William Littlefield, 24 September
73(2)
To the United States Senate, 24 September
75(6)
From Margaret Tilghman Carroll, 25 September see 4:44
From Benjamin Fishbourn, 25 September
81(2)
From John Hall, 25 September
83(1)
To Alexander Hamilton, 25 September
83(2)
To the United States Senate, 25 September
85(1)
From David Humphreys, 26 September
86(3)
From Beverley Randolph, 26 September
89(1)
To the United States Senate and House of Representatives, 26 September
90(1)
From William Bedlow, 27 September
90(1)
From David Humphreys, 27 September
91(4)
From John Sullivan, 27 September
95(1)
From Henry Bicker, Jr., 28 September
96(1)
Tobias Lear to Clement Biddle, 28 September
97(1)
From James Duane, 28 September see 4:131
To John Taylor Gilman, 28 September see 4:21
To Robert Hanson Harrison, 28 September
98(4)
From Moses Michael Hays, 28 September
102(1)
To Thomas Johnson, 28 September
103(1)
To Samuel Langdon, 28 September
104(1)
To Edmund Pendleton, 28 September
104(2)
Quakers to GW, U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, 28 September--3 October see 4:268--69
To Edmund Randolph, 28 September
106(3)
From Michael Bush, 29 September see 4:133--34
To Thomas Hartley, 29 September
109(3)
From Benjamin Palmer, 29 September
112(1)
Proclamation on the Treaty of Fort Harmar, 29 September
113(1)
To John Rutledge, 29 September
114(2)
To the United States Senate, 29 September
116(1)
To the United States Senate, 29 September
116(1)
Enclosure: Nominations for the United States Army, 29 September
117(2)
To the United States Senate and House of Representatives, 29 September
119(1)
To the United States Senate and House of Representatives, 29 September
119(1)
From Hezekiah Welch, 29 September
120(1)
From Edward Church, 30 September see 2:269
To James Duane, 30 September see 4:131
From William Macpherson, 30 September see 2:139
From Epes Sargent, 30 September see 2:432
To James Wilson, 30 September see 4:207
From Zacharias Sickels, September
121(1)
From William Finnie, 1 October see 2:150
From Betty Washington Lewis, 1 October
122(1)
From Thomas Lowrey, 1 October see 4:110
From Jacob Richardson, 1 October
123(1)
Tobias Lear to Clement Biddle, 2 October
124(1)
Circular to the Governors of the States, 2 October
125(2)
From John Moriarty, 2 October
127(2)
To Otho Holland Williams, 2 October see 4:44--45
Circular to the Governors of the States, 3 October
129(1)
From James Duane, 3 October
130(1)
Thanksgiving Proclamation, 3 October
131(2)
From Solomon Bush, 4 October
133(1)
From William Dawson, 5 October
134(3)
To John Jay, 5 October
137(1)
From John O'Connor, 5 October
138(1)
From Samuel Osgood, 5 October
139(1)
From Thomas Hartley, 6 October see 4:110
From John Jay, 6 October see 4:137--38
To Arthur St. Clair, 6 October
140(4)
From Pierre Marmie, 7 October
144(2)
From Otho Holland Williams, 7 October see 4:45
From Burgess Ball and Charles Carter, 8 October
146(1)
From John Dandridge, 8 October
147(1)
From Jonathan Jackson, 8 October see 3:360
From John Macpherson, 8 October
148(1)
Memorandum from James Madison, c.8 October see 4:182
From James Maury, 8 October
148(1)
From Edmund Randolph, 8 October see 4:107--8
From Wakelin Welch & Son, 8 October
149(1)
From the Dutch Reformed Church, 9 October see 4:264--65
From Henry Knox, 9 October
150(2)
To Louis XVI, 9 October
152(1)
From Benjamin Whaley, 9 October see 4:211--12
From Richard Law, 10 October
153(1)
From Edward Newenham, 10 October
154(3)
From Lewis Nicola, 10 October
157(1)
From Otho Holland Williams, 10 October
158(2)
From William Allibone, 12 October
160(1)
To Henry Laurens, 12 October
161(1)
To Betty Washington Lewis, 12 October
161(2)
To William McWhir, 12 October
163(1)
To Joseph Mandrillon, 12 October
164(1)
To John Mason, 12 October
164(1)
To Thomas Newton, Jr., 12 October
165(1)
To the Oneida Indians, 12 October see 3:544
To Christian Senf, 12 October see 2:351
To Henrich Wilmans, 12 October
166(1)
From John Blair, 13 October
167(1)
To D'Estaing, 13 October
168(2)
Tobias Lear to Alexander Hamilton, 13 October
170(1)
From David Humphreys, 13 October
170(2)
From John Jay, 13 October
172(2)
To Thomas Jefferson, 13 October
174(1)
To La Rouerie, 13 October
175(1)
To Gouverneur Morris, 13 October
176(3)
To Gouverneur Morris, 13 October
179(5)
To Gouverneur Morris, 13 October see 4:183
From Edmund Pendleton, 13 October see 4:105--6
From Nathaniel Pendleton, 13 October see 3:294
To Rochambeau, 13 October
184(1)
To Wakelin Welch, 13 October see 4:179
From Beauregard and Bourgeois, 14 October
185(6)
To Margaret Tilghman Carroll, 14 October see 4:45--46
To Lafayette, 14 October
191(1)
From John Marshall, 14 October
192(1)
To Otho Holland Williams, 14 October see 4:46
From James Mercer, 15 October
193(3)
From Caleb Gibbs, 16 October see 4:213
From Thomas Paine, 16 October
196(2)
From George Plater, 16 October see 3:54
From John Chester, 17 October see 4:199
From the Congregational Ministers of New Haven, 17 October see 4:199
To the Congregational Ministers of New Haven, 17 October
198(4)
From the Connecticut Legislature, 17 October see 4:202--3
To the Connecticut Legislature, 17 October
202(1)
From H. Duplessis, 17 October
203(1)
To Burgess Ball and Charles Carter, Jr., 18 October
204(1)
From Henry Knox, 18 October
205(2)
From James Wilson, 18 October
207(1)
From Samuel Coleman, 19 October
207(1)
From Caleb Gibbs, 19 October see 4:213--14
From David Brearley, 20 October see 3:481
From Alexander Hamilton, 20 October
208(1)
From the Officials of Hartford, 20 October see 4:209
To the Officials of Hartford, 20 October
208(1)
From Matthew McAllister, 20 October see 3:542--43
From Joseph Nourse, 20 October see 3:32
From William Reynolds, 20 October
209(1)
From Thomas Smith, 20 October
210(4)
From the Boston Selectmen, 21 October see 4:213
From James Bowdoin, 21 October see 4:214
From John Brooks, 21 October see 4:213
From John Hancock, 21 October
To John Hancock, 22 October
214(1)
From Henry Knox, 22 October
214(1)
From Thomas Pinckney, 22 October
215(1)
From John Hancock, 23 October
216(1)
From John Hancock, 23 October see 4:217
To John Hancock, 23 October
217(1)
From John Langdon, 23 October see 4:251
From Orina, 23 October
218(1)
From the Inhabitants of Salem, 23 October see 4:254
From George Cabot, 24 October
218(1)
From Thomas Fielder, 24 October
219(1)
From the Massachusetts Legislature, 24 October
220(1)
From Jonathan Titcomb, 24 October
221(1)
From the Wardens of Trinity Church, 24 October see 4:220
From Jabez Bowen, 25 October
221(1)
From Henry Knox, 25 October
222(1)
From the Massachusetts Legislature, 25 October see 4:220
From Matthew Whiting, 25 October
222(4)
From Edward Carrington, 26 October
226(2)
From Margaret Tilghman Carroll, 26 October see 4:46
From John Hancock, 26 October
228(1)
To John Hancock, 26 October
229(1)
From Michael Lacassagne, 26 October
229(4)
From Warner Lewis, 26 October
233(1)
From Moses D. Nathans, 26 October
234(1)
From Joseph Willard, 26 October see 4:246
From the Citizens of Boston, 27 October see 4:236--37
To the Citizens of Boston, 27 October
235(3)
From the Boston Selectmen, 27 October see 4:237
From Thomas Bartholomew Bowen, 27 October
238(2)
From Richard Cary, 27 October
240(1)
From the Society of the Cincinnati of Massachusetts, 27 October see 4:242
To the Society of the Cincinnati of Massachusetts, 27 October
241(1)
From Charles Lee Coles, 27 October see 4:244
From John Coles, 27 October
242(2)
From Cadwallader Ford, Jr., 27 October
244(2)
From Robert Hanson Harrison, 27 October see 4:99--10
From Robert Hanson Harrison, 27 October see 4:100
From the President and Fellows of Harvard University, 27 October see 4:246--47
To the President and Fellows of Harvard University, 27 October
246(2)
From Henry Knox, 27 October
248(1)
From the Massachusetts Legislature, 27 October see 4:249--50
To the Massachusetts Legislature, 27 October
249(1)
From Jacob Milligan, 27 October
250(1)
From John Rutledge, 27 October see 4:115
From John Sullivan, 27 October
250(1)
From the Virginia Legislature, 27 October see To the Virginia Legislature, 2'7 April 1790
From Sampson Brown, 28 October
251(1)
From David Humphreys, 28 October
252(1)
From George Mason, 28 October see 3:54
From the Massachusetts Veterans, 28 October
253(1)
From the Presbyterian Ministers of Massachusetts and New Hampshire, 28 October see 4:275--77
From the Virginia Legislature, 28 October see To the Virginia Legislature, 27 April 1790
From Thomas Fielder, 29 October see 4:219
From the Citizens of Marblehead, 29 October see 4:271--72
From the Salem Assembly, 29 October see 4:254
From the Inhabitants of Salem, 29 October see 4:255
To the Inhabitants of Salem, 29 October
254(1)
From the Vermont Legislature, 29 October
255(2)
From Otho Holland Williams, 29 October see 4:46
From Catharine Sawbridge Macaulay Graham, 30 October
257(2)
From the Citizens of Newburyport, 30 October see 4:259--60
To the Citizens of Newburyport, 30 October
259(1)
From John C. Ogden, 30 October
260(2)
From John Sullivan, 30 October
262(1)
From the Virginia Legislature, 30 October see To the Virginia Legislature, 27 April 1790
From Samuel Caldwell, October see 2:51
To the Synod of the Dutch Reformed Church in North America, October
263(2)
To the Society of Quakers, October
265(4)
From the Citizens of Haverhill, Mass., 1 November
269(1)
From Francis Willis, Jr., 1 November
269(1)
To the Citizens of Marblehead, 2 November
270(2)
From the Citizens of Portsmouth, 2 November see 4:273--74
To the Citizens of Portsmouth, 2 November
272(2)
To the Presbyterian Ministers of Massachusetts and New Hampshire, 2 November
274(3)
From the Governor and Legislature of New Hampshire, 3 November see 4:278
To the Governor and Legislature of New Hampshire, 3 November
277(1)
From William Dawson, 4 November
278(2)
From Thomas Sim Lee, 4 November see 3:54
From Comfort Sage, 4 November see 3:365
From George Cornell, 5 November see 4:12
From Charles-Guillaume-Frederic Dumas, 6 November see 3:350--51
From Joseph Willard, 7 November
280(1)
From Nicholas Eveleigh, 8 November
281(1)
To Samuel Taft, 8 November
281(1)
From John Bondfield, 12 November
282(2)
From Nathaniel Ramsay, 12 November
284(10)
From Gustavus Scott, 12 November see 1:422
From James McHenry, 14 November see 4:100--101
From John Woodward, 14 November see 3:212
From Joseph Jones, c. 15 November
294(1)
From Pierce Butler, 16 November
295(1)
From Sarah Gardner, 16 November
295(2)
From John Jay, 16 November see 4:226
From Samuel Osgood, 16 November
297(1)
From John Woodward, 16 November see 3: 212
From Samuel Barrett, 17 November see 3:35
Tobias Lear to Clement Biddle, 17 November
298(1)
From Andrew Dunscomb, 17 November
299(1)
From Samuel Goodwin, 17 November
300(2)
To James Mercer, 17 November
302(1)
To Alexander Anderson, 18 November
303(1)
From William Cushing, 18 November
304(1)
To William Drayton, 18 November
305(1)
Tobias Lear to Henry Knox, 18 November
306(1)
To Matthew Whiting, 18 November see 4:225
From the Society of Cincinnati of South Carolina, 19 November see 4:507
From Samuel Huntington, 19 November see 3:365
To Thomas Hartley, 20 November see 4:110--11
From James Madison, 20 November
307(5)
From George Plater, 20 November
312(1)
From Henry Knox, 21 November
313(1)
Tobias Lear to Henry Knox, 21 November
313(1)
From Charles-Bertin-Gaston Chapuy de Tourville, 21 November
314(1)
Clement Biddle to Tobias Lear, 22 November
314(2)
To Margaret Tilghman Carroll, 22 November see 4:46--47
To Beverley Randolph, 22 November see 3:195
From Edmund Randolph, 22 November
316(2)
From George Savage, 22 November
318(1)
To Otho Holland Williams, 22 November
318(1)
To Richard Cary, 23 November see 4:24
To John Brown Cutting, 23 November
319(1)
To John Skey Eustace, 23 November see 4:319--20
To John Marshall, 23 November see 4:193
To Thomas Newton, Jr., 23 November
320(1)
To Thomas Newton, Jr., 23 November see 4:320
To Lucy Paradise, 23 November see 2:284; 4:319--20
To Edward Rutledge, 23 November
320(1)
To Abigail Adams, 24 November
321(1)
To Solomon Bush, 24 November see 4:134
To Richard Claibourne, 24 November see 4:319--20
From David Sewall, 24 November
322(1)
From Samuel Goodwin, 25 November
323(2)
To Robert Hanson Harrison, 25 November see 4:101
From Elijah Jackson, 25 November
325(1)
Tobias Lear to Henry Knox, 25 November
325(1)
From Edmund Randolph, 26 November
326(2)
From James Boyd, 27 November
328(2)
From Joseph Buckminster, 27 November
330(1)
From Henry Knox, 27 November
331(1)
From Winthrop Sargent; 27 November
332(2)
From Thomasin Gordon, 28 November
334(2)
Tobias Lear to Alexander Hamilton, 28 November
336(1)
From the Citizens of the District of Kentucky, 28 November see 4:338
From David Ross, 28 November
337(2)
From John Trumbull, 2g November 338
Clement Biddle to Tobias Lear, 30 November
339(1)
From John Jay, 30 November see 4:340--41
To John Jay, 30 November
340(1)
To Thomas Jefferson, 30 November
341(1)
To Joseph Jones, 30 November see 3:169; 4:295
To James McHenry, 30 November
342(6)
From the Citizens of Mero District, North Carolina, 30 November 345
To William Nelson, 30 November see 4:69
From the New Jersey Legislature, 30 November--1 December see 4:394
To Edmund Randolph, 30 November
348(2)
From Corbin Washington, 30 November
350(2)
From Samuel Goodwin, November see 4:323--24
From Joseph Ogle, November
352(1)
To John Jay, 1 December
353(1)
To Sidi Mohammed, 1 December
354(2)
From John Habersham, 2 December
356(1)
From Thomas Hartley, 2 December see 4:111
From David Stuart, 3 December
356(4)
Tobias Lear to William Duer, 4 December
360(1)
From William Fitzhugh, 4 December see 4:313
From Joseph Mandrillon, 4 December
360(2)
From the North Carolina Ratifying Convention, 4 December
362(1)
From Christian Febiger, 5 December
362(2)
From Fenwick, Mason, & Company, 5 December
364(1)
From Harry Innes, 5 December
365(1)
From William McNamara, 5 December
365(2)
From James Madison, 5 December
367(2)
From William Shepard, 5 December
369(1)
Farm Reports, 6--12 December
370(3)
From Edmund Randolph, 6 December
373(2)
William Jackson to Clement Biddle, 7 December
375(1)
From Thomas Hartley, 7 December see 4:111
From the New Jersey Legislature, 7 December see 4:394
From Marinus Willett, 7 December see 3:146--47
From George Washington, 8 December
376(1)
From Elijah Hunter, 9 December
377(6)
From John Jay, 9 December see 4:383
To John Jay, 9 December
383(1)
William Jackson to --,9 December
383(1)
From Samuel Osgood, 9 December
384(5)
From Samuel Powel, 9 December
389(1)
Clement Biddle to Tobias Lear, 10 December
390(3)
From Samuel Hanson of Samuel, 10 December
From James McHenry, 10 December see 4:344
To the New Jersey Legislature, c.10 December
393(2)
From Edmund Randolph, 11 December
395(1)
From Hopley Yeaton, 11 December
395(1)
From Philip Dalby, 12 December
396(1)
From William Drayton, 12 December see 4:306
From Cyrus Griffin, 12 December see 3:168--69
From Beverley Randolph, 12 December see To the Virginia Legislature, 27 April 1790
From the Representatives of Ohio, Monongahela, Harrison, and Randolph Counties, Virginia, 12 December
397(2)
From John Walker, 13 December
399(1)
To Robert Morris, 14 December
400(1)
From Charles Pinckney, 14 December
401(5)
To Beverley Randolph, 14 December
406(1)
From George Augustine Washington, 14 December
407(3)
From Jabez Bowen, 15 December
410(3)
From Thomas Jefferson, 15 December 412
From Charles Morrell, 15 December
413(1)
To Samuel Powel, 15 December
414(2)
From Edmund Randolph, 15 December 415
To Bushrod Washington, 16 December see 4:352
To Corbin Washington, 16 December see 4:351--52
To the Chiefs of the Choctaw Nation, 17 December
416(2)
To Alexander Hamilton, 17 December
418(1)
From Henry Knox, 17 December see 4:417
George Augustine Washington to John Francis Mercer, 17 December
418(1)
Tobias Lear to Alexander Hamilton, 18 December
419(1)
From Beverley Randolph, 18 December
420(1)
From Corbin Washington, 18 December see 4:352
From John Paul Jones, 20 December
420(2)
From William Nelson, 20 December see 4:69
Tobias Lear to Clement Biddle, 21 December
422(2)
From Diego de Gardoqui, 21 December
424(1)
From Diego de Gardoqui, 21 December see 4:425
From Charles Morrell, 21 December see 4:414
From the Georgia Legislature, 22 December see 4:458--59
To Joseph Buckminster, 23 December
425(1)
From Mary Katherine Goddard, 23 December
426(3)
To Clement Gosselin, 23 December see 4:55
To Samuel Huntington, 23 December
429(1)
From Edmund Randolph, 23 December
430(1)
From Edmund Randolph, 23 December see 4:108--9
From James Read, 23 December
430(1)
William Jackson to George Turner, 23 December
431(1)
To Joseph Willard, 23 December
432(1)
To William Fitzhugh, 24 December
432(1)
From Benjamin Lincoln, 24 December
433(1)
Tobias Lear to John Henry Livingston, 24 December
434(1)
From Alexander Martin, 24 December
435(1)
To William Paca, 24 December see 4:345
From ``An Old Soldier,'' 25 December
435(3)
From John Ely, 25 December
438(1)
Indenture with William Gray, 25 December
439(2)
From Charles Thomson, 25 December
441(1)
Enclosure: Roger Alden to Charles Thomson, 30 November
442(6)
From Burgess Ball, 26 December
448(1)
From Benjamin Lincoln, 26 December see 4:450
From Perez Morton, 26 December
449(1)
From Poellnitz, 26 December
450(1)
To Jabez Bowen, 27 December
451(1)
From Christopher and George Champlin, 27 December
452(1)
From George Clendenin, 27 December
453(1)
From Bushrod Washington, 27 December
453(2)
From John Taylor Gilman, 28 December see 4:21--22
From Thomas Harwood, 28 December
455(2)
From Beverley Randolph, 28 December see 4:407
From Mercy Taft, 28 December see 4:282
From John Daves, 29 December
To Poellnitz, 29 December see 4:451
To the Georgia Legislature, December
457(2)
From Thomasin Gordon, December see 4:335
Farm Reports, 1789
459(6)
From Alexander Hamilton, 1789--95
465(1)
From the Invalid Pensioners of Pennsylvania, 1789
465(1)
To John Jay, 1789--97
466(1)
From Michael McDonnell, 1789
467(1)
Washington's Memoranda on Indian Affairs, 1789
468(26)
Memoranda on Thomas Jefferson's Letters, 1789
494(1)
From Pierre Penet, c.1789
495(4)
From Elizabeth Thompson, 1789 see 3:494
From Alexander White, 1789
499(2)
1790
From Nathaniel Keais, 1 January
501(1)
From Beverley Randolph, 1 January see 4:407
From John Tanner, 1 January
501(2)
From Joseph Willard, 1 January
503(3)
To the South Carolina Society of the Cincinnati, 2 January
506(2)
From Matthew Clarkson, 2 January
508(1)
From William Heath, 2 January see 2:366
From Samuel Huntington, 2 January
508(2)
From La Rouerie, 2 January
510(4)
From Winthrop Sargent, 2 January
514(1)
From Samuel Shaw, 2 January
515(1)
Farm Reports, 3--9 January
516(4)
From Alexander Hamilton, 3 January
520(6)
From Samuel Meredith, 3 January
526(1)
To Alexander Hamilton, 4 January
527(1)
William Jackson to John Jay, 4 January
527(1)
From Christian Charles de Klauman, 4 January
528(1)
From Henry Knox, 4 January
529(7)
From James Madison, 4 January
536(1)
To the United States Senate and House of Representatives, 4 January
537(1)
Tobias Lear to Alexander Hamilton, 5 January
538(1)
To Sarah Bomford, 6 January
538(2)
To Bryan Fairfax, 6 January see 4:539
To Mary Katherine Goddard, 6 January see 4:428
From James Coor, 7 January
540(1)
From John Christopher Kunze, 7 January
540(3)
David Humphreys to John Jay, 8 January
543(1)
To the United States Senate and House of Representatives, 8 January
543(6)
To John Ely, 9 January see 4:439
From William Temple Franklin, 9 January
549(2)
To Catharine Sawbridge Macaulay Graham, 9 January
551(3)
From Joseph Mandrillon, 9 January
554(1)
From Francis Adrian Van der Kemp, 9 January
555(1)
From Thomas Hickling, 10 January
556(1)
From Edmund Randolph, 10 January
557(1)
To Charles Thomson, 10 January see 4:442
To Noah Webster, 10 January
558(1)
From Moustier, 11 January
558(3)
To Charles Pinckney, 11 January
561(2)
From Beverley Randolph, 11 January
563(2)
From the United States Senate, 11 January see 4:547
To the United States Senate, January
565(1)
To the United States Senate, 11 January
566(1)
To the United States Senate, 11 January
566(1)
To John Christopher Kunze, 12 January see 4:542
From Lafayette, 12 January
From the United States House of Representatives, 12 January see 4:548--49
To the United States Senate and House of Representatives, 12 January
567(1)
From Philemon Dickinson, 13 January
568(1)
From David Jones, 13 January
568(1)
Clement Biddle to Tobias Lear, 14 January
569(5)
From Edward Carrington, 14 January see 4:227
From the Marquise de Lafayette, 14 January
From Beverley Randolph, 14 January
574(2)
To the United States House of Representatives, 14 January
576(1)
To the United States Senate, 14 January
576(1)
To Gabriel Dupare de Bellegard, 15 January
577(1)
From Andrew Ellicott, 15 January
578(4)
From James Ewing, 15 January
582(2)
From Clement Hall, 15 January
584(1)
From John Eager Howard, 15 January see To the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, 25 Jan. 1790
To Edward Newenham, 15 January
585(1)
From George Augustine Washington, 15 January
586(5)
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