George Washington to Anthony Whitting October 28, 1792
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3/6/1797 to E. Powel: As taking leave is not most pleasant circumstance of life, we bid you adieu until we have pleasure of seeing you at MV
3/5/1778 to T Bland:I am so well assured of your Zeal for Service that I give you no further directions than to act in concert w/ Col Baylor
3/2/1789 to T. Barclay: My object to adhere to justice& my country’s good..I wish to weigh with impartiality the Candidates for appointments
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