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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
September 12, 1798 Correspondence with Washington and Adams James McHenry Alexander Hamilton Encloses copy of letter to George Washington [not included]. Requests return of letter. The President is still considering.
December 24, 1799 Funeral Arrangements in Honor of George Washington William North Unknown Recipient Orders of Alexander Hamilton regarding the funeral arrangements to be made at all military stations and offices of the Army in honor of the late General George Washington.
December 26, 1799 Ceremony of Remembrance for George Washington Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon Mentions plans for a ceremony of remembrance of George Washington; Gouverneur Morris will be one of the speakers. Also gives Hodgdon the compliments of the season.
June 24, 1796 Cited Document George Washington Timothy Pickering The Secretaries of Departments to George Washington, 07/02/1796.
February 12, 1800 Discourses on the Death of George Washington Uzal Ogden Alexander Hamilton Ogden sends two discourses occasioned by the death of George Washingon and asks Hamilton to point out any defects in the Publication as it may be reprinted.
December 21, 1799 Funeral Honors for George Washington Alexander Hamilton William North Alexander Hamilton explains the regulations related to the funeral honors for the recently deceased George Washington in the cities of Philadelphia and New York.
October 2, 1795 Speech to Indians Concluding Treaty Negotiations at Fort George Jeremiah Wadsworth [not available] Confirms that he will carry the Indians' letter to George Washington, along with a general report of the negotiations. Bids farewell.
February 24, 1800 Commemorating George Washington William S. Smith Alexander Hamilton Smith reports that, in accordance with the Proclamation of the President, suitable eulogies, orations, and discourses were given on Feb. 22nd by the Union Brigade at Scotch Plains, New Jersey to celebrate the life of George Washington.
July 9, 1799 Concerning the authority of General Washington James McHenry Ebenezer Huntington Refers the Brigadier General to the authority of George Washington as the head of the Provisional Army on certain matters.
January 27, 1798 Private correspondence with Washington James McHenry George Washington Private correspondence with George Washington on non-political, non-military matters. Encloses letters from Murray and Smith.
December 7, 1798 Certification of payments; Tobias Lear, Secretary to Commander in Chief, Lieutenant General George Washington William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; Tobias Lear, Secretary to Commander in Chief, Lieutenant General George Washington, the sum of $359.28, being for his pay and subsistence and forage from the 1st of September, the date of his appointment, to 30 November, 1798.
November 1, 1798 Correspondence with Washington James McHenry John Adams Reports correspondence with General Washington.
December 23, 1799 Monument to George Washington William S. Smith Alexander Hamilton Lt. Col. William S. Smith discusses his plans for a monument to the memory of General Washington, with an inscription of a poem penned by him the previous night: "Sacred to the Memory of the Illustrious George Washington, General of the Armies of the United States of America, Who paid the Great Debt of Nature, The 14th. of December, 1799. To Commemorate his virtues. To hand down to Posterity,...
February 1, 1800 Requested Delivery of Sundry Items for Indians David Henley Wolf's Friend Has received letter and is assisting Colbert. Lists sundry articles sent to Indians. White people are mourning the death of Washington
January 16, 1800 General Washington's Papers Tobias Lear Alexander Hamilton Lear assures Hamilton that he shall deal with General Washington's papers with the utmost care and discretion with the most sacred of them being delivered to Judge Washington. He asks if any of Washington's recent military papers need to be sent to Hamilton or someone else in the military.
February 25, 1799 Letter to be Forwarded by Bushrod Washington George Washington Alexander Hamilton Washington will forward the letter to General Lee via his nephew Bushrod Washington who lives near the General.
December 23, 1799 Response of the Cincinnati to the Death of Washington William North Alexander Hamilton William North discusses the arrangements made by the Society of Cincinnati regarding the pageantry surrounding the death of George Washington.
July 25, 1798 Praises Mr. Carroll, Washington's Aid; Believes Washington Will Not Make Appointments James McHenry Richard Caten Expresses pleasure at seeing Mr. Carroll, an aid to Washington. Does not believe the General will make any appointments for some time.
July 22, 1799 Certification of payment; Tobias Lear William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $351.09 to Tobias Lear, Secretary to George Washington, General of the Armies of the United States for pay, forage and subsistence, April, May and June 1799.
November 14, 1798 Correspondence with Washington James McHenry Timothy Pickering Refers to correspondence with General Washington and their meeting in Philadelphia.
September 9, 1796 Cited letter or document, to George Washington [not available] George Washington Cited in Washington to G. Robinson and J. Bull,12/03/1798.
September 16, 1798 Conditional Appointment George Washington James McHenry Detailed description of Washington's appointment and the conditions he set on his appointment.
December 21, 1799 The President's Orders regarding the Death of George Washington James McHenry Alexander Hamilton McHenry forwards though Hamilton the President's orders regarding the funeral ceremonies that will commemorate the death of General George Washington.
August 1, 1798 George Washington to Command Once More the Armies of the United States Thomas Butler Samuel Hodgdon Butler rejoices at the prospect that George Washington will once more assume command of the Army of the United States.
July 2, 1794 Subject of compensation Edmund Randolph [not available] Secretary Randolph submits to Secretaries Knox and Hamilton, the opinion of President Washington as to the answer to be returned to George Hammond on the subject of compensation. Randolph requests their judgment upon the kind of answer.