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General George Washington
"American Apostle" of Radical Christianity!

FACT! George Washington: The "MOST RADICAL" Christian;
Since Roman Emperor "Constantine the Great!"
Only slightly less than Apostle Paul!

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Young George Washington:
Confessing His 'Cherry Tree Sins!'

This event Testified to by Family and Pastor;
There is not the Slightest evidence to the Contrary!
Offering $10,000 for such EVIDENCE to be presented!
Young George Washington's CHERRY TREE Story!

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General George Washington:
Apostle of Christian Righteousness!'

He Commanded the his soldiers attend Sunday Meetings;
His Required a 'Time of Prayer' twice a day for Troops;
Commanded his Soldiers - including Officers - NOT TO SIN, and to have a Commitment to Christianity!
He forbad profane speech, cursing, blasphemy, petty gaming/gambling, drunkenness, adultery, etc;
He had "sinners" literally whipped with a good number of lashes for such sins!
George Washington: Prescribed 25-Lashes for Blaspheming God's Name!
George Washington: Strongly AGAINST DRINKING ALCOHOL!
George Washington: Methods of Discipline Adult Sins
George Washington on HOMOSEXUALITY;


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General George Washington:
Apostle of Consistent Fervent Prayer'

His Valley Forge Prayer testified to by Army Officers,
Foot-Soldiers, Neighbors, Personal Aides, Strangers, Family Members;
George Washington Praying at Valley Forge: EXTENSIVE Evidence
Valley Forge Officers Find Washington Praying in Barn!
Isabella Potts-James Testifies Washington Prayed, Valley Forge;
Nathaniel R. Snowden: Recorded Washington's Valley Forge Prayer
Officer Muhlenberg Witnessed Washington Praying at Valley Forge;
George Washington's DIVINE BENEDICTION: His Truest Prayer!

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General George Washington:
Apostle of Sovereignty and Providence;

That He wrote on the Theology of GOD'S SOVEREIGNTY;
More than any Theologian of the Reformation;
More than the Catholic Church writersin 2,000 years;
More than all who wrote Holy Scripture - COMBINED!
Washington literally declared in writing for the whole world to know, that he would have "plenty of time, To become a Preacher of Divine Providence after the War!"
George Washington Planned to be PREACHER after the WAR!
George Washington's Basic Beliefs in PROVIDENCE: BRIEF;
George Washington: Teaches on Providence of Death
George Washington Attributes MONMOUTH VICTORY to PROVIDENCE;
George Washington: Some Letters on PROVIDENCE;

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General George Washington:
Baptized During The Revolutionary War;

By His Army Chaplain, Baptist Preacher John Gano,
War Chaplain John Gano BAPTIZED GEORGE WASHINGTON;
George Washington's Baptism According to "Time Magazine" 1932;
George Washington's Baptism: 'Three Eyewitness do AFFIDAVITS: An Act of Congress, 7-16-1894, Accepts the Evidence

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General George Washington:
Apostle of Biblical and Literary Genius!

He created a Religious Literary work comparative to Shakespeare:
He devised over 1,000 Scriptural Names-&-Titles for God,
Exceeding all Divine Titles EVER Created (Including Bible!)
And including all Theologians of Antiquity and the Current Age!
Since Washington did this over his lifetime, he had to have kept track of hundreds of titles previously created, in this monumental literary work!
George Washington Uses Over 1,000 NAMES-TITLES of DEITY;
George Washington used over 100 Names-&-Titles of Deity used in 100 Prayers!


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General George Washington:
Apostle of Spiritual Warfare, Prayer Warrior!

George Washington prayed consistently, constantly: from pre-teens, through teens; from Early French & Indian War days through the Revolutionary War; from the US Constitutional Convention through his Presidency.
At every season of life, and every situation,
Washington prayed, and urged others to pray!
George Washington: Adult Nephew Witnesses Kneeling Daily Prayer;
What George Washington Actually Prayed for: His Own Words!
George Washington Prays for Food for Army: Fish Clog River Soon After!
George Washington Prays: Supernatural Fog Allows Escape!
George Washington: Kneeling while most others stood;

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General George Washington:
Apostle of Christian Doctrine & Theology;

FACT: This multitude of Names/Titles created contain many Complex Character traits of God, making Washington a GREAT THEOLOGIAN!

FACT: Washington's Letters to Family and Friends who lost spouses and children to tragic circumstances present an amazingly grasp of theology that puts Washington ON PAR with Calvin, Wesley and Spurgeon!

George Washington: 30-Ways to DEAL with DEATH of Loved Ones;
George Washington THEOLOGIAN: Teaches on Providence of Death!

FACT: If you or any Bible college Professor out there think 1,000-plus 'Theologically Correct' Names/Titles for God is a simple task: TRY IT!

FACT: No other writer, whether Jewish Scholar, Biblical Author, Reformation or modern Scholar, has even devised ONE-TENTH as many ORIGINAL Names/Titles!

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1 The Diaries of George Washington. Vol. 3. Donald Jackson, ed.; Dorothy Twohig, assoc. ed. The Papers of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1978.--[July 1781]

2 The Diaries of George Washington. Vol. 4. Donald Jackson, and Dorothy Twohig, eds. The Papers of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1978.--May

3 The Diaries of George Washington. Vol. 3. Donald Jackson, ed.; Dorothy Twohig, assoc. ed. The Papers of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1978.--Bibliography

4 The Diaries of George Washington. Vol. 4. Donald Jackson, and Dorothy Twohig, eds. The Papers of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1978.--Bibliography

5 The Diaries of George Washington. Vol. 5. Donald Jackson and Dorothy Twohig, eds. The Papers of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1979.--A--B

6 The Diaries of George Washington. Vol. 6. Donald Jackson, and Dorothy Twohig, ed. The Papers of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1979.--March 1791

7 The Diaries of George Washington. Vol. 6. Donald Jackson, and Dorothy Twohig, ed. The Papers of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1979.--Bibliography

8 The Diaries of George Washington. Vol. 4. Donald Jackson, and Dorothy Twohig, eds. The Papers of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1978.--January 1785

9 The Diaries of George Washington. Vol. 1. Donald Jackson, ed.; Dorothy Twohig, assoc. ed. The Papers of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1976.--Surveying for Lord Fairfax 11 March--13 April 1748

10 The Diaries of George Washington. Vol. 2. Donald Jackson, ed.; Dorothy Twohig, assoc. ed. The Papers of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1976.--Bibliography

11 The Diaries of George Washington. Vol. 6. Donald Jackson, and Dorothy Twohig, ed. The Papers of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1979.--Repository Symbols and Abbreviations

12 The Diaries of George Washington. Vol. 5. Donald Jackson and Dorothy Twohig, eds. The Papers of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1979.--December 1786

13 The Diaries of George Washington. Vol. 6. Donald Jackson, and Dorothy Twohig, ed. The Papers of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1979.--[July]

14 The Diaries of George Washington. Vol. 4. Donald Jackson, and Dorothy Twohig, eds. The Papers of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1978.--Repository Symbols and Abbreviations

15 The Diaries of George Washington. Vol. 3. Donald Jackson, ed.; Dorothy Twohig, assoc. ed. The Papers of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1978.--[June]

16 The Diaries of George Washington. Vol. 3. Donald Jackson, ed.; Dorothy Twohig, assoc. ed. The Papers of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1978.--May 1781

17 The Diaries of George Washington. Vol. 6. Donald Jackson, and Dorothy Twohig, ed. The Papers of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1979.--June 1790

18 The Diaries of George Washington. Vol. 4. Donald Jackson, and Dorothy Twohig, eds. The Papers of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1978.--A--B

19 The Diaries of George Washington. Vol. 6. Donald Jackson, and Dorothy Twohig, ed. The Papers of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1979.--B

20 The Diaries of George Washington. Vol. 5. Donald Jackson and Dorothy Twohig, eds. The Papers of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1979.--Bibliography

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21 William Fairfax to George Washington, July 5, 1754

22 George Washington to John Augustine Washington, July 18, 1755

23 William Fairfax to George Washington, July 26, 1755, with Postscript from Fairfax Ladies

24 George Washington to Robert Jackson, August 2, 1755

25 George Washington to Robert Dinwiddie, February 2, 1756

26 William Fairfax to George Washington, August 13, 1756

27 George Washington to Robert Dinwiddie, November 9, 1756

28 George Washington to Richard Washington, September 10, 1757, Account Book 1

29 Humphrey Knight to George Washington, August 24, 1758

30 George Washington to John Robinson, September 1, 1758

31 John Kirkpatrick to George Washington, September 3, 1758

32 George Washington to Francis Fauquier, September 28, 1758

33 George Washington to Robert Cary & Company, June 20, 1762, Account Book 1

34 Joseph Valentine to George Washington, August 24, 1771

35 William Milnor to George Washington, October 19, 1773

36 George Washington to Robert McMickan, May 10, 1774, Account Book 2

37 Daniel J. Adams to George Washington, March 15, 1775

38 George Washington to Jonathan Trumbull, July 18, 1775, two same date

39 George Washington to Nicholas Cooke, August 4, 1775

40 George Washington to Thomas Gage, August 20, 1775

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41 George Washington to Nicholas Cooke, August 31, 1775

42 George Washington to Nicholas Cooke, September 18, 1775

43 George Washington to Clark & Nightingale, September 19, 1775

44 George Washington to Jonathan Trumbull, September 21, 1775

45 George Washington to Continental Cong, October 5, 1775

46 George Washington, November 14, 1775, General Orders

47 George Washington, November 24, 1775, General Orders

48 George Washington, November 28, 1775, General Orders

49 George Washington, December 1, 1775, General Orders

50 George Washington to Continental Congress, December 4, 1775

51 George Washington, December 10, 1775, General Orders

52 George Washington to Continental Congress, December 14, 1775, two same date

53 George Washington to Continental Congress, December 25, 1775

54 George Washington, December 29, 1775, General Orders

55 George Washington, January 1, 1776, General Orders

56 George Washington, February-April, 1776, Revolutionary War Expense Account

57 George Washington to Jonathan Trumbull, February 15, 1776

58 George Washington to Jonathan Trumbull, February 19, 1776

59 George Washington to Massachusetts Council, February 26, 1776

60 George Washington, February 27, 1776, General Orders

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61 George Washington to Landon Carter, March 25, 1776

62 George Washington to John A. Washington, March 31, 1776

63 George Washington, April, 1776, Revolutionary War Expense Account

64 George Washington to Continental Congress, April 1, 1776

65 George Washington to John Sullivan, April 1, 1776

66 George Washington to Nicholas Cooke, April 1, 1776

67 George Washington to John Adams, April 15, 1776

68 George Washington to Continental Congress, April 15, 1776

69 George Washington to John A. Washington, May 31, 1776

70 George Washington to Continental Congress, June 9, 1776

71 George Washington to John Sullivan, June 13, 1776

72 George Washington to John Sullivan, June 16, 1776

73 George Washington to Horatio Gates, June 24, 1776

74 George Washington to Philip J. Schuyler, June 28, 1776

75 George Washington to Nicholas Cooke, July 9, 1776

76 George WashingtonContinental Congress, July 10, 1776

77 George Washington to Philip J. Schuyler, July 11, 1776

78 George Washington to Jonathan Trumbull and Nicholas Cooke, July 15, 1776

79 George Washington to Jonathan Trumbull, August 7, 1776

80 George Washington to Pennsylvania Associators, August 8, 1776

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81 George Washington to Richard Varick, August 10, 1776

82 George Washington, August 12, 1776, General Orders

83 George Washington to Philip J. Schuyler, August 13, 1776

84 George Washington to Continental Congress, August 14, 1776

85 George Washington to Horatio Gates, August 14, 1776

86 George Washington to Jonathan Trumbull, August 18, 1776

87 George Washington to Continental Congress, August 22, 1776

88 George Washington to Horatio Gates, December 14, 1776

89 George Washington to Massachusetts General Court, December 18, 1776

90 George Washington to Continental Congress, January 19, 1777

91 George Washington to Joseph Spencer, February 6, 1777

92 George Washington to Jonathan Trumbull, February 20, 1777

93 George Washington to John A. Washington, February 24, 1777

94 George Washington to Robert Morris, March 2, 1777

95 George Washington to John Sullivan, March 15, 1777

96 Continental Army Court Martial, March 21, 1777, Proceedings in Providence, Rhode Island

97 George Washington to Samuel H. Parsons, April 23, 1777

98 George Washington to William Heath, April 26, 1777

99 George Washington to William Heath, May 10, 1777

100 George Washington to Thomas Mifflin, May 15, 1777

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101 George Washington to William Heath, June 27, 1777

102 George Washington to John Armstrong, July 4, 1777

103 George Washington, July 30, 1777, General Orders

104 George Washington, August 17, 1777, General Orders

105 George Washington to Israel Putnam, September 10, 1777

106 George Washington, September 13, 1777, General Orders

107 George Washington to John Page, October 3, 1777

108 George Washington to Continental Congress, October 10, 1777

109 George Washington, October 15, 1777, General Orders

110 George Washington to John A. Washington, October 18, 1777

111 George Washington to Israel Putnam, October 19, 1777

112 George Washington to Thomas Nelson Jr., November 8, 1777

113 George Washington, November 9, 1777, General Orders

114 George Washington, November 30, 1777, General Orders

115 Rhode Island War Council to George Washington, January 15, 1778, Proceedings at Providence, Rhode, Island; with Copy

116 George Washington to Continental Congress Conference Committee, January 29, 1778

117 George Washington to Lund Washington, February 28, 1778

118 George Washington to Bryan Fairfax, March 1, 1778

119 George Washington, March 16, 1778, General Orders

120 George Washington to Stephen Chambers, March 26, 1778

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121 George Washington, April 12, 1778, General Orders

122 George Washington to John A. Washington, July 4, 1778

123 George Washington to Jeremiah Olney, July 21, 1778

124 George Washington to James M. Varnum, July 21, 1778

125 George Washington to Marquis de Lafayette, July 22, 1778

126 George Washington to Continental Congress, July 22, 1778, two same date

127 George Washington to John Glover, July 23, 1778

128 George Washington to Thomas Tillotson, July 26, 1778

129 George Washington to Marquis de Lafayette, July 31, 1778

130 George Washington to Jeremiah Powell, July 31, 1778

131 George Washington to Continental Congress, August 7, 1778, two same date

132 George Washington to Nathanael Greene, August 8, 1778

133 George Washington to Thomas Nelson Jr., August 20, 1778

134 George Washington to John Sullivan, August 22, 1778

135 George Washington to Continental Congress, August 31, 1778

136 George Washington to Jonathan Trumbull, September 6, 1778

137 George Washington to Marquis de Lafayette, September 25, 1778

138 George Washington to John Sullivan, October 5, 1778, two same date

139 George Washington to George Measam, October 14, 1778

140 George Washington to Andrew Lewis, October 15, 1778

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141 Continental Army, October 16, 1778, War Council

142 George Washington to John Stark, October 19, 1778

143 George Washington to Charles Hector, Comte d'Estaing, October 25, 1778

144 George Washington to John Sullivan, November 3, 1778

145 George Washington to Continental Congress, November 11, 1778

146 George Washington to John Sullivan, November 18, 1778

147 George Washington to Continental Congress War Board, November 23, 1778

148 George Washington to Benjamin Harrison, December 18, 1778, two same date

149 Continental Army Court of Inquiry, March 1, 1779, Proceedings at Providence, Rhode Island

150 George Washington to Continental Congress, March 6, 1779

151 George Washington to Horatio Gates, March 6, 1779

152 George Washington, April 12, 1779, General Orders

153 George Washington to Conrad A. Gerard, May 1, 1779

154 George Washington to Nathanael Greene, May 4, 1779

155 George Washington to John Armstrong, May 18, 1779

156 George Washington to John Glover, May 29, 1779

157 George Washington to Continental Congress, June 3, 1779, three same date

158 George Washington to Horatio Gates, June 11, 1779

159 George Washington to Horatio Gates, June 27, 1779

160 George Washington to Continental Congress, June 27, 1779

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161 George Washington to William Heath, July 10, 1779, two same date

162 George Washington to Joseph Reed, July 29, 1779

163 George Washington to Horatio Gates, August 11, 1779

164 George Washington to Continental Congress, August 17, 1779

165 George Washington to Continental Congress, September 7, 1779

166 George Washington to Continental Congress, September 12, 1779

167 George Washington to James Wilkinson, September 13, 1779

168 George Washington to George Clinton, October 1, 1779

169 George Washington to Horatio Gates, October 3, 1779

170 George Washington to Louis le Beque du Portail and Alexander Hamilton, October 18, 1779

171 George Washington to Virginia War Board, October 20, 1779

172 George Washington to Edmund Pendleton, November 1, 1779

173 George Washington to Continental Congress, November 18, 1779

174 George Washington to Jabez Bowen, December 15, 1779

175 George Washington to William Perkins, December 15, 1779

176 George Washington to Goose van Schaick, December 25, 1779

177 George Washington to William Perkins, April 10, 1780

178 Providence Rhode Island Council, April 24, 1780, Resolution on Powder Removal

179 George Washington to Jeremiah Wadsworth, May 23, 1780

180 George Washington to William Greene, May 24, 1780

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181 George Washington to James Craik, May 24, 1780

182 George Washington to William Greene, May 25, 1780

183 George Washington to Nathanael Greene, May 26, 1780

184 George Washington to Solomon Southwick, May 28, 1780

185 George Washington to William Heath, June 2, 1780

186 George Washington to Nathanael Greene, June 3, 1780

187 George Washington to William Heath, June 20, 1780

188 George Washington to Continental Congress, July 14, 1780

189 George Washington to William Heath, July 15, 1780

190 George Washington to Louis D. Ethis de Corny, July 15, 1780

191 George Washington to Nathanael Greene, July 19, 1780, two same date

192 George Washington to Thomas Jefferson, August 14, 1780

193 George Washington to Continental Congress, August 20, 1780

194 George Washington to John Laurens, October 13, 1780

195 George Washington to Jean B. Donatien de Vimeur, Comte de Rochambeau, October 14, 1780

196 George Washington to Joseph Reed, October 18, 1780

197 George Washington to William Heath, October 28, 1780

198 George Washington to Abraham Skinner, November 8, 1780

199 George Washington to Jean B. Donatien de Vimeur, Comte de Rochambeau, November 12, 1780

200 George Washington to Christopher Greene, November 27, 1780

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201 George Washington to Meshech Weare, et al, December 10, 1780, Circular Letter on Supply Deposits

202 George Washington to Christopher Greene, January 2, 1781

203 George Washington to Meshech Weare, et al, January 5, 1781, Circular Letter on Pennsylvania Line Mutiny

204 George Washington to Meshech Weare, et al, January 22, 1781, Circular Letter on New Jersey Line Mutiny

205 George Washington to Robert R. Livingston, January 31, 1781

206 George Washington to Friedrich Wilhelm, Baron von Steuben, February 20, 1781207 George Washington to William Heath, February 22, 1781

208 George Washington to Jean B. Donatien de Vimeur, Comte de Rochambeau, February 26, 1781

209 George Washington to Nathanael Greene, February 27, 1781

210 George Washington to Jean B. Donatien de Vimeur, Comte de Rochambeau, March 2, 1781

211 George Washington to William Gordon, March 9, 1781

212 George Washington to William Greene, March 12, 1781

213 George Washington to Jabez Bowen and the Inhabitants of Providence, Rhode Island, March 14, 1781

214 George Washington to Jabez Bowen and Citizens of Providence, March 14, 1781

215 George Washington to Catherine L. Greene, March 22, 1781

216 George Washington to John Armstrong, March 26, 1781

217 George Washington to Jean B. Donatien de Vimeur, Comte de Rochambeau, May 7, 1781

218 George Washington to Meshech Weare, et al, May 10, 1781, Circular Letter on Supplies

219 George Washington to Ezra Stiles, May 15, 1781

220 George Washington and Jean B. Donatien de Vimeur, Comte de Rochambeau, May 23, 1781, Result of Hartford, Connecticut, Conference

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221 George Washington to William Greene, May 24, 1781, two same date

222 George Washington to Continental Congress, May 27, 1781

223 George Washington to Marquis de Lafayette, May 31, 1781

224 George Washington to William Greene, June 2, 1781

225 George Washington to Anne Cesare, Chevalier de la Luzerne, June 13, 1781

226 George Washington to Continental Congress, June 21, 1781

227 New England Commissioners, June 26, 1781, Proceedings of Convention at Providence, Rhode Island, with Copy

228 George Washington to Meshech Weare, July 8, 1781

229 George Washington, July 9, 1781, General Orders

230 George Washington to Robert Morris, July 13, 1781

231 George Washington to Jean B. Donatien de Vimeur, Comte de Rochambeau, July 19, 1781

232 George Washington, July 21, 1781, General Orders

233 George Washington to Continental Congress, July 21, 1781

234 George Washington to Meshech Weare, et al, August 2, 1781, Circular Letter on Troop Recruitment

235 George Washington to Robert Morris, August 5, 1781

236 George Washington to William Greene, August 7, 1781

237 David Humphreys to Charles Stewart, August 8, 1781

238 George Washington to Jacques-Melchior Saint-Laurent, Comte de Barras, August 16, 1781

239 George Washington to Jabez Bowen, August 16, 1781

240 George Washington to William Greene, August 22, 1781

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241 George Washington, October 9, 1781, General Orders

242 George Washington, October 20, 1781, General Orders

243 George Washington to George Plater, Thomas Cockey Dey, and the Maryland Legislature, November 22, 1781

244 George Washington to William Heath, January 3, 1782

245 George Washington to Continental Congress, March 19, 1782, Address

246 George Washington to Meshech Weare, et al, May 4, 1782, Circular Letter on Troop Recruitment

247 George Washington to Elias Dayton, May 18, 1782

248 George Washington to Anne Cesare, Chevalier de la Luzerne, June 5, 1782, two same date

249 George Washington to Albany, New York, Reformed Dutch Church, June 28, 1782

250 George Washington to Schenectady, New York, Reform Church, June 30, 1782

251 George Washington to Magistrates and Military Officers of Schenectady, New York, June 30, 1782

252 George Washington, August 8, 1782, General Orders

253 George Washington, August 23, 1782, General Orders

254 George Washington, September 17, 1782, General Orders

255 George Washington, September 29, 1782, General Orders

256 George Washington, October 8, 1782, General Orders

257 George Washington to Elias Boudinot, November 19, 1782

258 George Washington, January 3, 1783, General Orders

259 George Washington to John Armstrong, January 10, 1783

260 George Washington to James M. Varnum, March 10, 1783

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261 George Washington, April 18, 1783, General Orders

262 George Washington, April 25, 1783, General Orders

263 George Washington, May 5, 1783, General Orders

264 George Washington to Israel Putnam, June 2, 1783

265 George Washington to Meshech Weare, et al, June 8, 1783, Circular Letter of Farewell to Army

266 George Washington to John Rogers, June 11, 1783

267 George Washington to William Gordon, July 8, 1783

268 George Washington to Tryon County, New York, Citizens, August 1, 1783

269 George Washington to John Gabriel Tegelaar, August 2, 1783

270 George Washington to Albany, New York, Mayor, Aldermen, Citizens, and Officials, August 4, 1783

271 George Washington to Massachusetts Senate and House of Representatives, August 10, 1783

272 George Washington to Elizabeth, New Jersey, Magistrates, and Citizens, August 21, 1783

273 George Washington to Continental Congress, August 26, 1783, two same date

274 George Washington to Continental Congress, August 28, 1783

275 George Washington to Francois Jean, Comte de Chastellux, October 12, 1783

276 George Washington to Armand Louis de Gontaut Brione, Duc de Lauzun, October 15, 1783

277 George Washington to Jean B. Donatien de Vimeur, Comte de Jean B. Donatien de Vimeur, Comte de Rochambeau, October 15, 1783

278 George Washington to Continental Army, November 2, 1783, Farewell Orders

279 George Washington to Somerset County, New Jersey, Militia Officers, November 7, 1783

280 George Washington to New Jersey Legislature, December 6, 1783

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281 George Washington to Pennsylvania Assembly, December 9, 1783

282 George Washington to Philadelphia Magistrates, December 13, 1783

283 George Washington, December 23, 1783, Resignation Address

284 George Washington to Jean de Heintz, Chevalier, January 21, 1784

285 George Washington to Charles Thomson, January 22, 1784

286 George Washington to Fredericksburg, Virginia, Citizens, February 14, 1784

287 George Washington to George Plater, October 25, 1784

288 George Washington to Lucretia W. Van Winter, March 30, 1785

289 George Washington to Vandrillon, August 22, 1785

290 George Washington to Francois Jean, Comte de Chastellux, September 5, 1785

291 George Washington to John Fairfax, October 26, 1785

292 George Washington to Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette, May 10, 1786

293 George Washington to Anne Cesare, Chevalier la Luzerne, August 1, 1786

294 George Washington to Francois Jean, Comte de Chastellux, August 18, 1786

295 George Washington to Battaile Muse, December 4, 1786

296 George Washington to Pierre Charles L'Enfant, April 28, 1788

297 George Washington to Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette, May 28, 1788

298 George Washington to Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette, June 18, 1788

299 George Washington to Charles C. Pinckney, June 28, 1788

300 George Washington to Benjamin Lincoln, June 29, 1788

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301 George Washington to Jonathan Trumbull, July 20, 1788

302 George Washington to Nathaniel Gorham, July 21, 1788

303 George Washington to William Tudor, August 18, 1788

304 George Washington to Benjamin Lincoln, August 28, 1788

305 George Washington to Anne B. Stockton, August 31, 1788

306 George Washington to Congress, January 8, 1789, Annual Address to Congress

307 George Washington to Battaile Muse, February 19, 1789

308 George Washington to John Cannon, March 22, 1789

309 George Washington to Alexandria, Virginia, Citizens, April 16, 1789

310 George Washington to Baltimore Citizens, April 17, 1789

311 George Washington to William Heath, May 9, 1789

312 George Washington, October 3, 1789, Thanksgiving

313 Tobias Lear to Providence Postmaster, October 12, 1789

314 George Washington to Burgess Ball, January 18, 1790

315 George Washington to Congress, January 28, 1790

316 George Washington to Providence, Rhode Island, Mechanics & Manufacturers Association, June, 1790

317 George Washington to Mercy Otis Warren, June 4, 1790

318 Providence, Rhode Island, Mechanics & Manufacturers Association to George Washington, June 4, 1790

319 George Washington to Arthur Fenner, June 4, 1790

320 Providence Citizens to George Washington, August 1790, Address of Welcome

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321 George Washington to Gouverneur Morris, August 14, 1790

322 Providence, Rhode Island, Citizens to George Washington, August 14, 1790

323 George Washington to Providence, Rhode Island, Citizens, August 18, 1790

324 George Washington to Alexander Hamilton, March 15, 1791

325 George Washington to Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette, July 28, 1791

326 George Washington to Gouverneur Morris, July 28, 1791

327 George Washington to David Stuart, March 8, 1792

328 George Washington to Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette, June 10, 1792

329 George Washington to Henry Knox, August 19, 1792

330 George Washington to Congress, November 6, 1792, Address

331 George Washington to Hartford, Connecticut, Citizens, August 2, 1793

332 George Washington to New London, Connecticut, Citizens, September 2, 1793

333 George Washington to James City County, Virginia, Citizens, September 23, 1793

334 George Washington to Morris County, New Jersey, Citizens, September 23, 1793

335 George Washington to David S. Erskine, Earl of Buchan, May 26, 1794

336 George Washington to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Citizens, October 4, 1794

337 George Washington to Jonathan Williams, March 2, 1795

338 George Washington to Frederick County, Virginia, Citizens, December 16, 1795

339 George Washington to Tobias Lear, March 30, 1796

340 George Washington to Burwell Bassett Jr., April 24, 1796

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341 George Washington to Henry Knox, June 8, 1796

342 George Washington to Timothy Pickering, August 5, 1796

343 George Washington to Shepardstown Virginia Citizens, October 12, 1796

344 George Washington to Frederick County, Virginia, Citizens, November 28, 1796

345 George Washington to Congress, December 7, 1796, Address

346 George Washington to Maryland Legislature, December 23, 1796

347 George Washington to Pennsylvania House of Representatives, February 17, 1797

348 George Washington to Henry Knox, March 2, 1797

349 George Washington to Jonathan Trumbull, March 3, 1797

350 George Washington to David Humphreys, June 26, 1797

351 George Washington to Thaddeus Kosciuszko, August 31, 1797

352 George Washington to William Gordon, October 15, 1797

353 George Washington to Alexander Spotswood, February 11, 1798

354 George Washington to Sally B. Haynie, February 11, 1798

355 George Washington to William A. Washington, February 27, 1798

356 George Washington to James McHenry, March 27, 1798

357 George Washington to Jonathan Trumbull, July 25, 1798

358 George Washington to Jonathan Boucher, August 15, 1798

359 George Washington to Bryan Fairfax, January 20, 1799



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