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Farewell Address to the Armies of the
United States,

2 November, 1783, VIII. 491
To Congress on resigning his Commis-
sion,

23 December,

504
From the President of Congress,

570
To a Committee of the General Assembly
of Virginia,

15 July,

IX. 53
To a Committee of the General Assembly
of Virginia,

16 November,

72
From the Secretary of Congress,

14 April, 1789, X. 460
To the Secretary of Congress,

14

460
To the Mayor, Corporation, and Citizens
of Alexandria,

16

XII. 137
To the Citizens of Baltimore,

17

139
To the Delaware Society for promoting
Domestic Manufactures,

141
To the State Society of the Cincinnati in
Pennsylvania,

142
To the President and Executive Council
of Pennsylvania,

20

143
To the Mayor, Recorder, Aldermen, and
Common Council of Philadelphia, 20

144
To the President and Faculty of the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania,

20

146
To the Ministers, Church-wardens, and

Vestry-men of the German Lutheran
Congregation, in and near Philadelphia, 20

147
To the Ladies of Trenton,

21

150
To the Mayor, Aldermen, and Common-
alty of the City of New York,

9 May,

149
To the General Assembly of the Presby-
terian Church,

152
To the Bishops of the Methodist Episco-
pal Church,

153
To the General Committee, representing
the United Baptist Churches in Virginia,

154
To the Ministers and Elders of the Ger-
man Reformed Congregations,

June,

156
To the Governor and Council of North
Carolina,

15

157
To the Senate and House of Representa-
tives of Massachusetts,

9 July,

158
To the Directors of the Society of the

United Brethren for propagating the
Gospel among the Heathen,

160
To the Senate and Assembly of New York,

161
To the Bishops, Clergy, and Laity of the
Protestant Episcopal Church,

19 August,

162

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To the Board of Trustees of Dartmouth
College,

August, 1789,
To the Representatives of the Freemen
of Pennsylvania,

September,
To the Synod of the Reformed Dutch
Church,

October,
To the Religious Society called Quakers,

at their Yearly Meeting,
To the Legislature of Connecticut,
To the Governor and Council of Massa-
chusetts,

27
To the Inhabitants of Boston,

27
To the President and Fellows of Harvard
University,

27
To the Inhabitants of Portsmouth,

2 November,
To the Executive of New Hampshire, 3
To the Legislature of New Jersey,

December,
To the Roman Catholics in the United

States,
To the General Assembly of Georgia,
To the General Assembly of Virginia,

27 April,

1790,
To the Delegates of the State Societies
of the Cincinnati,

May,
To the Hebrew Congregation of Savannah,
To the People of South Carolina,
To the Freemen of the Town of Newport, 16 August,
To the Master, Wardens, and Brethren

of King David's Lodge in Newport,
Rhode Island,

16
To the Corporation of Rhode Island Col-
lege,

17
To the Inhabitants of Providence,

17
To the Convention of the Universal Church,
To the Legislature of Rhode Island,
To the Governor and Council of North
Carolina,

26 August,
To Cornplanter, Halstown, and Great-tree,

Chiefs of the Seneca Nation of Indians, 19 January, 1791,
To the Intendant and Wardens, Repre-
sentatives of the Citizens of Charleston,

3 May,
To the Mayor and Aldermen of Savannah, 13
To the Congregational Church and So-

ciety at Medway, in Georgia,
To the Governor of Georgia,

20
To the Inhabitants of Camden, South Car.
olina,

25
To Cornplanter, Halftown, and Great-tree,

Chiefs and Counsellors of the Seneca
Nation of Indians,

29 December,

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To the Grand Lodge of Free and Accept.

ed Masons for the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts,

January, 1793,
To the Members of the New Church in

Baltimore,
To the Merchants and Traders of Phila-
delphia,

16 May,
To the Merchants and Traders of Balti-

more,
To the Freeholders and other Inhabitants
of Salem, in Massachusetts,

June,
To the Inhabitants of Alexandria,

4 July,
To Nicholas Cruger, Chairman of a Meet-
ing of the Citizens of New York,

18 August,
To the Inhabitants of Richmond,
To the Inhabitants of New London,
To the Citizens of Annapolis,

September,
To the Burgesses and other Citizens of
Harrisburg,

4 October,
To the Inhabitants of Carlisle,
To the Selectmen of the Town of Boston,

28 July,

1795,
To the Merchants and Traders of Phila.
delphia,

20 August,
To the Inhabitants of Camden and Or-

angeburg Districts, in South Carolina, • 14 September,
To the Inhabitants of Georgetown, South
Carolina,

14
To the Citizens of Frederic County, Vir.
ginia,

16 December,
Farewell Address to the People of the
United States,

17 September, 1796,
To the Council and Assembly of New
Jersey,

21 November,
To the Senators in Congress from Vermont, 12 December,
To the General Assembly of Virginia, 27
To the House of Representatives of South
Carolina,

24 January,
To the Assembly of North Carolina, 25
To the Senate of Pennsylvania,
To the Senators and Representatives of
Delaware,

2 February,
To the Assembly of Rhode Island,
To the House of Representatives of Penn-
sylvania,

17
To the Senate and House of Representa-

tives of Massachusetts,
To the Clergy of different Denominations,
in and near Philadelphia,

March,
To the Citizens of Alexandria and its

Neighbourhood,

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No. VII.

GENERAL INDEX.

A.

generals, 296, 301, 305, 307, 330, 331,

542, 548. His non-compliance with
ABERCROMBY, James, Major-General, the conditional acceptance of Washi-
Dinwiddie writes to, respecting Wash- ington, 303, 305, 315, 320, 542. A
ington, II. 161, 262. Succeeds Lord letter from Joel Barlow communi-
Loudoun as commander in America, cated to, 398, 404.
289; III. 202.

ADAMS, John Quincy, minister to the
Achæan Confederacy, abstract of the, United Netherlands, X. 415; XI. 50,
IX. 523.

188. Makes inquiries about a sword,
Adams, John, II. 405. Quotations 170. In Berlin, 391.
from intercepted letters of, in 1775, ADAMS, SAMUEL, proscribed by Gen-
499. Remarks on them, 500. On eral Gage, III. 37. Favors General
the early intention of the colonists Gates, V. 14, 373 ; VII. 399; IX. 468.
to become independent ; on a form Anams, Captain, captures a vessel,
of government, 501. On the choice

III. 150.
of a commander-in-chief; on Lec's ADAMS, Captain, a volunteer at the
plan of securing New York; inter- seizing of General Prescott, IV. 495.
cepted letters of, III. 230, 481, 513. Addresses to and by Washington, XI.
His opinion of the extent of the au- 173, 175, 176; XII, 137 to 247.
thority of the commander-in-chief, Adet, his conversation with the Secre.
230. Attends a council of officers, tary of State, about the British treaty,
249, 251. His introduction of Dana to XI. 36, 41. Explanations demanded
the commander-in-chief, 356. Mem- of, 131, 403. Issues a pamphlet, 179,
ber of the first Board of War, 429. 186.
His letter, after the evacuation of Adjutant-General, pay of the, IV. 372.
Boston, respecting the device for a Persons proposed to fill the office of,
medal, 534. On a committee of Con- V. 158. Importance of the office,
gress to confer with Howe, IV. 88. XI. 251, 252.
Favors General Gates, V. 14. Re- Admiralty, Court of, recommended,
turns from his first mission to France ; III. 155, 184, 217. Board of, requests
minister plenipotentiary for negotia. troops from the army for a naval
ting peace; Luzerne's opinion of, Vi enterprise, VI. 484.
365, 385. Commended by Vergennes, respecting Paul Jones, VIII. 45.
VIII. 298. Commissioner to nego- Adolphus, his History cited and cor-
tiate a treaty of peace, 372. Candi- rected, in regard to the commissioners
date for the Vice-Presidency, IX. 45.), for carrying into effect Lord North's
469, 557. Reports respecting; an- bills, V. 398.
swers queries of the President, X. 20, AFFLECK, EDMUND, a British naval
464 - 468. His opinion of Paine's commander, writes respecting marine
" Rights of Man," 160 - 162. Gives prisoners, VIII. 146, 523.
the casting vote about the affair of AGNEW, a British general, killed at
neutral vessels, 410. Advised not to Germantown, V. 82.
withhold promotion from his son, XI. Agriculture, Washington's habits in
188. His election and inauguration regard to, II. 329. Society for, at
as President of the United States, Philadelphia, IX. 141. Washington
194. Convenes Congress, 198, 202. chosen honorary member of the South
Makes nominations of ministers to Carolina Society for promoting, 155.
France, 202. Remarks on his speech, Cornmended, 323. Approbation of
202, 204. Appoints a fast, 239. His societies for, 326. Effects of manu-
correspondence with Washington, factures on, 464. Experiments in ;
and nomination of him to the com- machines for, X. 68. Farm for, pro-
inand of the Provisional army, 242, posed, 81. Works on, and societies
246, 261, 264, 282, 304,532. His visit commended, 242, 340, XI. 17. On
to Massachusetts, 288, 543. His ar- encouraging, XII. 70. Washington's
rangement and appointment of major- correspondence on, 251. State of, in

Their report
soll,

ex-

America, 283, 330. Young's Annals

requests for her

II. 47. Visited
of, commended, 286, 292. Condition in 1753, 446.
of, in Virginia, 293. Importance of Allegany Mountains, surveys made
contrivance and system in, 300, 359, there, in 1748, 11. 416, 420.
363, 367. The United States favor. Allegiance. See Oath of Allegiance.
able to, 304. Washington reëngages ALLEN, Ethan, III. 63. His defeat
in, 329. National Board of, in Great and subsequent treatment, 133, 142,
Britain, 330.
Washington's papers 201, IV. 548.

Proposition to
on; his habits, 336, 351, 361. Lam- change, V. 272, 310. Question as to
bert's remarks on, 356. F.conomy in, his rank, 293, 539. Exchanged; vis.
360, 367. Extract from a diary on, its camp, 362. Receives a brevet com-
379.

mission, 373. Writes to Stark about
Aids-de-camp, number and rank of, suspected persons in Vermont, VI. 7.

III. 269. Their responsibility and ALLEN, Ira, cited as to the effects of
labors ; pay of, increased, 368 - 370. Washington's letter to Chittenden,
Qualifications, and want of, IV. 18. VIII. 384.
Names of the commander-in-chief's, Allen, Solomon, Lieutenant, conducts
during the Revolution, XII. 415. André to Lower Salem, and goes to
Air-la-Chapelle, treaty of, referred to, head-quarters, VII. 530, 532.
II. 11, 13, 430.

ALLEN, William, appointed a British
Albany, committee of, provides for hold- colonel ; raises joyalists, IV. 523.
ing Ticonderoga, III. 62. Conspira- Alliance, a frigate, carries Lafayette to
cies of the Tories there, IV. 15. A France'; mutiny on board the, VI.
plot discovered, 24. One fifth of the 193, 194. Arrives in Boston with
militia drafted from the county of, to arms and powder for the United States,
go to Kingsbridge, 42.

VII. 176, 438.
Albany Convention, why Virginia did ALTE, Theophilus, forwards a sword

pot send delegates to the, II. 18. to Washington, XI. 171.
ALDEN, ICHABOD, Colonel, killed at American, on the name of, XII. 218, 392.

Cherry Valley, VI. 111, 114, 122. American character, importance of, and
Alderton, Point, III, 69, 141.

exertions for establishing, XI. 83, 139.
Alexandria, reply of the Independent American Museum, by Mathew Carey,
Company of, to the commander-in- XII. 296.
chief, offering their services, III. 5. American Philosophical Society, Wash-
Alarmed and deserted, 339.

Ad. ington elected into the, VI. 467.
dress to the citizens of, after the capit. Ames, Fisher, IX. 468. His speech
ulation of Cornwallis, VIII, 209. Fes- on the British treaty, XI. 127.
tivities at, upon the adoption of the AMHERST, JEFFERY, General, II. 334.
Federal Constitution by Virginia, IX. Ammunition, great want of, III. 22, 47.
389. Prosperity of, XI. 233. Ad.

Want of prevents an attack on the
dress to the mayor, corporation, and enemy, V. 126. See Powder.
citizens of, in April, 1789, XII. 136. Amphictyonic Confederacy, abstract of
Extract from their address, 137. Meas. the, IX. 521.
ures in regard to neutrality, approved AMSBURY, William, examined as a
at, 204. Address to the citizens of, and spy, reports the approach of the Brit-
of its neighbourhood, in March, 1797, ish forces under Burgoyne from Can.
246. See Fairfax County Resolves. ada, IV. 466, 467. Brings a canteen
Alexandria Academy, one

thousand with a false head to Sullivan, 468.
pounds given to, IX. 151. Corre- ANDERSON, Ephraim, employed in con.
spondence concerning a donation to, structing fire-ships at New York, IV.
X. 393.

19.
Algiers, on the treatment of, IX. 242, ANDERSON, JAMES, author of works on
380. American prisoners at, X. 15, agriculture, X. 242, 339, 410; cited,
357. Vessels captured by, 15. The XI. 274.
building of a frigate for, XI. 146, 151. ANDERSON, JAMEs, principal manager
Consul received at, 158. Treaty with, of Washington's farms, XI, 338. Di.
XII. 57, 95, 101. Restoration of cap- rections to, XII. 359.
tives at, 58, 68, 101, 107. Arrange- ANDRÉ, John, British commissioner to
ments for fulfilling the engagements effect an exchange of prisoners, VI.
with, 68.

213, 509. His letter proposing the
Alien and Sedition Lnus, remarks on terms of capitulation at Verplanck's
the, XI. 345, 387.

Point, 269. Author of the Cow
ALIQUIPPA, an Indian queen, makes Chase," VII. 117. Circumstances and

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