|04 April 1792||
GW at Philadelphia. GW wrote asking Thomas Jefferson if Va. Congressman Alexander White thought that Daniel Morgan would accept a commission in fighting hostile Indians.
|03 April 1792||
GW at Philadelphia. GW sent Thomas Jefferson an unidentified enclosure, which concerned the loan to fund construction in the federal city drawn up by Philadelphia merchant Samuel Blodget, Jr.
|01 March 1791||
GW at Philadelphia. GW wrote to John Adams requesting his attendance at a Senate Convention he had called for Friday, 4 March.
|23 February 1791||
GW at Philadelphia.
|15 February 1791||
GW at Philadelphia. Thomas Jefferson wrote GW a letter detailing how the establishment of a Bank of the United States would be unconstitutional.
|12 February 1791||
GW at Philadelphia. Former Continental army officer Nicholas Fish wrote GW asking for an appointment to the office of Inspector for the District of N.Y. He would receive an appointment in 1793.
|01 April 1797||
GW attended a dinner apparently given in his honor at the Masonic Lodge in Alexandria, Va. In his reply to a complimentary address, GW reportedly said: “If it has pleased the supreme architect of
|05 April 1797||
GW at Mount Vernon.
|28 January 1790||
GW in N.Y. GW sent a copy to Congress of the R.I. legislature act that called for a convention to discuss ratification of the Constitution.
|24 January 1790||
GW, in N.Y., noted in his diary that he went to St. Paul’s Chapel in the morning, and spent the afternoon writing private letters. He wrote to N.J.