Letter CCXCI. 13 December. Her low spirits. Gives
her an account of his occupations. Cannot encourage
her coming on.
Letter CCXCII. 1 January. Company upon new year's
day. Wants his talkative_wife.
The people grow
brave as danger recedes. Naval glory the birthright
Letter CCXCIII. 25 January. Is as solitary as Fred-
erick the Great. Dislikes his idolatry of Voltaire and
his materialism. He early renounced such studies.
Letter CCXCIV. 4 February. Departure of his son.
Effect of time upon them. Women should be made
ambassadors sometimes. Wishes she could come to
Letter CCXCV. 23 February.
Effect of cold. His trials. Has planned out much
Letter CCXCVI. 25 October. Accession day. Horses.
The last winter at Philadelphia. The approaching
Letter CCXCVII. 27 October. At Trenton, N. J.
Government about to remove to Philadelphia. Has at-
tended church. Episcopalianism and Presbyterianism.
His own creed.
Letter CCXCVIII. 13 June. At Washington. Has
seen many fine places. Mount Vernon. Likes the
seat of government. Is pleased with Alexandria. Mr.
Letter CCXCIX. 2 November.
Is glad that she will come to Washington. President's