No Disgraceful Insults or Injuries to the Inhabitants

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CollectionLibrary of Congress: Alexander Hamilton Papers view image
PublicationSyrett, Harold C., ed. The Papers of Alexander Hamilton. 27 Vols. New York: Columbia University Press, 1961-87. (no image)
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Date October 31, 1794
Author Name George Washington (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Recipient Name Alexander Hamilton (primary)
Summary Along with a discussion of events in Europe, especially relative to the war between Britain and France, Washington discusses some recent political matters and urges that the citizens of western Pennsylvania be treated with respect by the Army. [Whiskey Rebellion]
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Related Persons/Groups Alexander Hamilton; George Washington; our ministers abroad; the French; British merchantmen; Mr. [James] Monroe; Mr. [Jonathan] Trumbull; the Senate; Mr. [Stephen] Mitchell; [Herman] Husband; the Governors; Officers; Corps; Secretary of War [Knox]; Mrs. Hamilton; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; the Glades; London; Ireland; France; Paris; ;
Keywords rain; accident on the road; deep impression of the wheels; wet weather; the Gazettes; land; sea; fate of [Maximilien Francois Marie Isidore de] Robespierre; the convention; disgraceful insults or injuries; deposit of the arms and public stores; ;
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