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Letter CCLXIX. 19 April. The sensations of 1775 and
Letter CCLXXII. 3 May. He can now return home.
Letter CCLXXV. 8 December. Pamphlet by T. Paine.
Letter CCLXXVII. 5 January. Dines with Mr. Rush.
Letter CCLXXVIII. 11 January. Levee at the President's. Mrs. Washington's congratulations. Kidd the steward. Dines with Major Jackson. Farming. . . 238 Letter CCLXXIX. 14 January. Washington's character in France. Political plants grow in the shade. VOL. IV. b
Message to Mr. Cabot. Is anxious for news from his sons in Europe.
Letter CCLXXX. 26 January. Dr. Priestley breakfasts
inaugural address. Washington's departure. Weep-
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Letter CCLXXXV. 11 March. Domestic affairs Death
Letter CCLXXXVI. 13 March. Engaged in business.
Letter CCLXXXVIII. 24 April. Their perplexities.
Letter CCXC. 28 November. Her company much desired. Anxious for her health. She must renounce public places. All are well.
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 of America.
Letter CCXCIII. 25 January. Is as solitary as Frederick 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
him as such.
The birth-night ball.
Letter CCXCV. 23 February.
Letter CCXCVI. 25 October. Accession day. Horses.
Letter CCXCVII. 27 October. At Trenton, N. J.
Letter CCXCVIII. 13 June. At Washington. Has seen many fine places. Mount Vernon. Likes the seat of government. Is pleased with Alexandria. Mr. Lee.
Letter CCXCIX. 2 November.
Announces his arrival.
Is glad that she will come to Washington. President's house. Wish.