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DR. J. FRANKLIN JAMESON, Chairman” Chair of American History and Chief of Manuscripts Division Library of Congress PROFESSOR RANDOLPH. G. ADAMs Librarian William L. Clements Library University of Michigan PRESIDENT J. A. C. CHANDLER* William and Mary College
PRESIDENT TYLER DENNETT
DR. CHARLEs MooRE
GEORGE W. OCHs-OAKES, Esq.”
BRIGADIER GENERAL JoHN M. PALMER
DR. VICTOR H. PALTSITs
Chief of American History Division and Chief of Manuscripts Department New York Public Library
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Is unable to find it among his papers—Opinions of heads of depart-
future mischief—Invitation to Mount Vernon—How he can help.
vate concerns—Agricultural amusements.
fly—Loss caused by a wet season—Rye grass seed.
To Reverend Newburgh Burroughs, August 20.
To John Searson, August 20
To Alexander Hamilton, August 21
Presents a wine cooler.
To Clement Biddle, August 21 .
Picture frames—Plated wine coolor—A stove and stovepipe—Con
gress' exemption of Washington from postage.
Colonel Monroe did not call—A change of sentiment in France
towards America—The tone will be lowered by degrees—Has never
been alarmed by any fears of a war with France—Spoliations—The
To Thomas Macdonald, August 29
Thanks for an agriculture report—Invitation to Mount Vernon–
To George Washington Parke Custis, August 29
Stimulus to ambition—Approaching end of the term—Vacation and advice.
To Thaddeus Kosciuszko, August 31 .
To the Secretary of State, August 31 -
Suit on his bond—Need of money and Shreve's delays in payments—The situation.
To James Harrison, September 2
To Lawrence Augustine Washington, September 3 . .
To John O'Donnell, September 4 . - - -
To Clement Biddle, September 6
Binding the encyclopædia.