|10 April 1797||
GW at Mount Vernon, where he wrote Secretary of State Timothy Pickering to acknowledge receipt of an agricultural pamphlet from John Sinclair.
|16 March 1789||
GW at Mount Vernon. Former artillery commander Henry Knox happily reported that they should have enough members of the new government assembled in N.Y. for a quorum by the end of the week.
|09 March 1789||
GW at Mount Vernon.
|25 January 1790||
GW, in N.Y., wrote in a long diary entry that he received a petition from printer Francis Bailey asking to see his new invention that would prevent the counterfeiting of government documents.
|18 January 1790||
GW in N.Y. GW wrote in his diary that he had “an Aching tooth, and swelled and inflamed Gum.” GW wrote to former Lt. Col.
|11 January 1790||
GW in N.Y. In his diary, GW noted that he sent instructions to his commissioners concerning a treaty with the Creek Indians.
|04 January 1790||
GW in N.Y. He wrote in his diary that he would address Congress, partly about Indian affairs, when it reached a quorum. He wrote to the House of Representatives telling them as such.
|06 April 1789||
GW at Mount Vernon. GW wrote Battaile Muse, a Va.
|30 March 1789||
From Mount Vernon, GW wrote to his Philadelphia business agent Clement Biddle. He hoped that the buckwheat he needed for fertilizer would arrive in time and ordered fourteen yards of livery lace.
|23 March 1789||
GW at Mount Vernon. GW wrote his nephew, George Steptoe Washington, a long letter of advice for him to reference as he stepped into adulthood.