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WASHINGTON, George, laughter, anecdote.......

.......vol. xv. 82
anecdote, Judges Marshall and Washington.. .(note) vol. xv. 82
anecdote, Colonel Lee....

...... vol. xv. 82
passion for hunting..

.vol. xv.

83
anecdote, fox hunting.

..vol. xv. 83
to George William Fairfax about deer..

.....vol. xy, 84
death of Greene.....

..vol. xv. 85
to Lafayette on Greene..

.vol. xv. 86
to the Marquis de la Rouerie....

.vol. xv.

87
to Rochambeau, reveries of peace..

..vol. xv. 87
doubts the solidity of the confederation..

... vol. xv. 88
to James Warren on the confederation..

..vol. xv. 89
ideas on national policy.......

..vol. xv. 90
correspondence with John Jay......

.vol. xv.

91
to Colonel Lee on the Massachusetts insurrection.. ..vol. xv. 94
to Knox on the same..

..vol. xv. 95
to James Madison on the same.....

...vol. xv. 96
at the head of the Virginia delegation....

vol. xv. 97
the Massachusetts insurrection quelled.

.vol. xv. 98
attends the convention......

.vol. xv. 99
anecdote....

.vol. xv. 99
to Lafayette on the new Constitution.

......vol. xv. 100
returns to Mount Vernon.....

...vol. xv. 102
on the ratification of the Constitution..

..vol. xv. 103
to Lafayette on the Presidency....

.....vol. xv. 103
to Colonel Lee on the same.

vol. xv. 104
to Hamilton on the same.

.vol. xv. 105
to Lafayette on the same..

.... vol. xv. 106
elected President.....

...vol. xv. 106
parting with his mother.

.vol. xv. 106
to Knox on his election..

vol. xv. 106
sets out for New York...

...vol. xv. 107
public dinner at Alexandria..

....vol. xv. 109
progress to New York....

vol. xv. 108
reception at Philadelphia.

... vol. xv. 109
reception at Trenton....

.... vol. xv. 110
reception at New York.

vol. xv, 112
inauguration of.......

..vol. xv. 112
concluding remarks..

..vol. xv. 118
the new government..

...vol. xv. 121
difficulties of his position.....

.vol. xv. 121
confidence in Hamilton.....

vol. xv. 124
and Madison....

..vol. xv. 126
privacy invaded....

.vol. xv. 128
Presidential etiquette.

.vol. xv. 129
first levee, anecdote

..vol. xv. 133
attends balls .....

.vol. xv. 134
presidential dinner..

... vol. xv. 135
presidential household...

.. vol. xv. 136

WASHINGTON, George, his deportment...

....vol. xv. 137
his equipage.

vol. xv, 137
love of horses..

..vol. xv. 137
residence in New York.

.(note) vol. xv. 137
alarming illness..

.vol. xv. 138
exercise of the nominating power..

..vol. xv. 139
rebukes the Senate.....

.vol. xv. 140
death of his mother..

.vol. xv. 140
nominates Hamilton as Secretary of the Treasury...

...vol. xv. 142
and Edmund Randolph.....

.vol. xv. 143
to Jay, inclosing his commission..

...vol. xv, 144
department of state.....

..vol. xv. 145
to Rochambeau on the French Revolution..

...vol. xv. 154
to Gouverneur Morris on the same.....

.vol. xv. 154
offers to appoint Jefferson Secretary of State. .........vol. xv. 156
journey through the Eastern States...

... vol. xv. 157
Hancock's invitation...

.vol. xv. 158
reception at Boston, question of etiquette...... ..vol. xv. 159
account of the ceremony.

.vol. xv. 159
reply to General Hancock..

... vol. xv. 160
address of the Cincinnati Society of Massachusetts..... vol. xv. 162
return to New York.......

..vol. xv. 162
message from Lafayette on affairs in France.

.vol. xv. 102
appoints Jefferson Secretary of State.....

...vol. xv. 165
opens the session......

.(note) vol. xv. 167
measures suggested in his address..

vol. xv. 167
public credit......

.vol. xv. 168
on sectional jealousies.....

.vol. xv. 171
assumption of State debts..

vol. xv. 176
forms and ceremonies....

.vol. xv. 179
to Dr. Stuart on his levees.

vol. xv. 179
to Lafayette on his cabinet.

vol. xv. 181
to Luzerne on the French revolution.

.vol. xv. 184
receives the key of the Bastile..

vol. xv, 186
to Lafayette, solicitude for.....

.vol. xv. 186
visits Rhode Island.....

vol. xv. 187
return to Mount Vernon..

vol. xv. 187
difficulties with the Indians.

.vol. xv. 187
information of Indian expedition.

vol. xv. 189
residence at Philadelphia. .....

.vol. xv. 191
national bank....

.vol. xv. 193
his judgment...

.vol. xv. 193
opposite cabinet policy....

.vol. xv. 193
addresses Seneca chiefs.

..vol. xv, 194

WASHINGTON, George, on the first Congress.. .....vol. xv. 195
cautions General St. Clair....

.vol. xv. 195
tour through the Southern States.

.vol. xv. 197
return to Philadelphia......

.vol. xv. 197
to David Humphreys on stability of the government..vol. xv. 198
public credit.....

..vol. xv. 199
to Lafayette on the state of the country.

vol. xv. 199
to Lafayette on his personal danger.

... vol. xv. 203
concerning the flight and capture of Louis XVI........

......vol. xv. 205
at Mount Vernon....

vol. xv. 206
speech on the opening of the second Congress. .vol. xv. 206
intelligence of St. Clair's disaster...

.vol. xv. 214
effect upon him.....

..vol. xv. 215
vetoes the apportionment bill.

vol. xv. 218
weary of political life....

vol. xv. 218
intention of retirement....

.vol. xv. 219
to St. Clair on a court of inquiry..

vol. xv. 224
retains his confidence in St. Clair..

vol. xv. 225
visits Mount Vernon.....

..vol. xv. 225
to Madison on his intention to retire..

vol. xv. 225
asks Madison's advice......

.vol. xv. 226
conversation with Jefferson on political matters.......vol, xv. 230
to Jefferson on his dissensions with Hamilton..... .vol. xv. 237
to Hamilton on the same.....

.vol. xv. 238
on taking the oath of office.

...vol. xv. 247
takes the oath of office..

... vol. xv. 247
state of affairs in France.

.vol. xv. 248
Lafayette's downfall...

.. vol. xv. 249
atrocities of the French revolution.

..vol. xv. 251
to Madame de Lafayette....

.vol. xv. 252
commencement of second term....

.vol. xv. 254
war between France and England..

.vol. xv. 255
proclamation of neutrality

.vol. xv. 256
view of French affairs...

... vol. xv. 261
reception of Genet....

.vol. xv. 263
conversation with Jefferson on attacks of the press.... vol. xv. 263
restitution of French prizes....

... vol. xv. 264
newspaper attacks.

.vol. xv. 265
adherence to duty....

.vol. xv. 266
called to Mount Vernon.

...vol. xv. 267
case of the “Little Sarah”..

.vol. xv. 270
trial of Gideon Henfield.

.vol. xv, 271
concerning the recall of Genet.

.vol. xv. 272
burst of feeling....

..vol. xv. 273

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WASHINGTON, George, threatened dissolution of the cabinet.vol. xv. 275
interview with Jefferson.....

....vol. xv. 276
ill-advised measures of Great Britain.

.vol. xv, 283
Indian hostilities. .....

.vol. xv. 284
opening address to Congress..

..vol. xv. 284
messages relative to Genet..

...vol. xv. 286
to Jefferson on his retirement.

.. vol. xv, 290
characterized by Jefferson....

.vol. xv, 290
concerning French expeditions.

...vol. xv. 295
relative to British aggressions.

..vol. xv. 297
wise moderation....

..vol. xv. 297
to Monroe in regard to Hamilton.....

...vol. xv, 299
nominates Jay as envoy to Great Britain..

..vol. xv. 300
ironical letter....

302
insurrection in Pennsylvania....

.vol. xv. 303
proclamation to the insurgents....

...vol. xv. 304
to Governor Lee on the Democratic Societies.. ..vol. xv. 304
issues second proclamation...

.. vol. xv. 305
leaves for Carlisle ....

.vol. xv, 305
correspondence with Morgan.

.vol. xv. 305
to the Secretary of State.

.vol. xv. 305
arrives at Cumberland...:

.vol. xv. 306
to Governor Lee, concerning the army.

vol. xv. 306
arrives at Philadelphia...

..vol. xv. 308
to Hamilton, his paternal care.

.vol. xv. 308
to Jay on the Pennsylvania insurrection.

.vol. xv. 308
denunciation of self-created societies...

..vol. xv. 310
to Knox on his resignation......

... vol. xv. 315
anxiety about the negotiation with England.. .vol. xv. 316
Jay's treaty......

..vol. xv. 317
ratification of the treaty.

.vol. xv. 319
at Mount Vernon...

..vol. xv. 321
excitement against.......

.vol. xv. 321
reply to the selectmen of Boston..

.vol. xv. 322
public clamors....

.vol. xv. 323
to Randolph, requesting to be advised.

..vol. xv. 323
recalled to the seat of government...

.vol. xv. 325
Fauchet's intercepted dispatch..

..... vol. xv. 326
signs the ratification.

..vol. xv. 327
conduct toward Randolph..

..vol. xv. 327
permits unlimited disclosure.

.vol. xv. 329
malignant attacks of the press..

.vol. xv. 330
reply to the Governor of Maryland.

..vol. xv. 331
arrival of Lafayette's son..

..vol. xv. 333

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WASHINGTON, George, to George Cabot, concerning young
Lafayette....

.vol. xv. 333
speech at the opening of Congress

.. vol. xv. 334
to Gouverneur Morris on the conduct of Great Britain.vol. xv. 337
receives the colors of France.

..vol. xv. 338
treaty with Great Britain....

..vol. xv. 338
demand by the House of Representatives.

.vol. xv. 339
reply to the resolution....

.vol. xv. 339
to Colonel Humphreys on the state of politics. .vol. xv. 342
noble reply to Jefferson.....

..vol. xv. 344
to Monroe on intercepted letter.

...vol. xv. 346
determines to retire.

.vol. xv. 347
farewell address.

vol. xv. 347
sensation produced by...

349
last speech to Congress..

..vol. xv. 350
complaints of the French minister.

..vol. xv. 353
letter to Mr. Pinckney......

354
to Knox on the prospect of retirement.

.vol. xv. 354
denounces spurious letters...

.. vol. xv. 355
farewell dinner.....

...vol. xv. 356
at the inauguration of Adams.

..vol. xv. 357
farewell to the people.....

.vol. xv, 357
banquet in honor of...

.vol. xv. 357
sets off for Mount Vernon.

..vol. xv. 358
arrives at home....

.vol. xv. 359
letters relating to....

.vol. xv, 359
to Mrs. S. Fairfax, on Belvoir..

.vol. xv. 361
strange faces.....

.vol. xv. 361
invites Lawrence Lewis to Mount Vernon...

.vol. xv. 361
advice to Nellie Custis..

..vol. xv. 362
anecdote of Miss Custis.

vol. xv. 365
to Lafayette by his son.

vol. xv. 366
on the French indignities...

vol. xv, 369
pamphlet from General Dumas.

..vol. xv. 371
reply to Dumas.....

..vol. xv. 371
threatened war with France.

.vol. xv. 378
on accepting the command..

.vol. xv. 375
appointed commander-in-chief.

.vol. xv. 375
accepts the commission..

.vol. xv. 377
to Knox, on his appointment.

..vol. xv. 379
to Adams, concerning Knox.

.vol. xv. 380
to Knox, explanatory.....

.vol. xv. 380
to Knox, urging his acceptance.

.vol. xv. 381
repairs to Philadelphia..

...vol. xv. 388

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