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05 March 1792

GW at Philadelphia.

27 February 1792

GW at Philadelphia. Secretary of War Henry Knox sent GW a letter and enclosures from Lt. Col. James Wilkinson.

20 February 1792

GW at Philadelphia. James Mercer wrote GW from Fredericksburg, Va. requesting to use GW’s name in recovering a debt owed to the estate of George Mercer.

13 February 1792

GW at Philadelphia.

Alexander Hamilton forwarded GW some recent letters respecting the execution of the Excise Law in Ky. A letter from Thomas Paine to GW has not been found.


06 February 1792

GW at Philadelphia. GW’s personal secretary Tobias Lear wrote to tailor Hercules Mulligan on GW’s behalf, seeking black mole skin, presumably for breeches.

18 April 1791

GW traveled from Halifax to Tarboro, N.C.

11 April 1791

GW traveled to Richmond, Va. In his diary, GW noted that he was greeted at Richmond by Gov.

04 April 1791

GW at Mount Vernon. GW wrote his department heads with details on his locations during his southern tour so that he could be quickly reached if urgent matters occurred.

28 March 1791

In Md., GW travelled from Bladensburg to Georgetown. GW examined the work of Andrew Ellicott, who had been appointed to survey the land for the federal capital, and Maj.

21 March 1791

GW wrote in his diary that he left to begin his tour of the southern states.