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Page 163

For by natures law, man is at peace with man, till some aggression is committed, which by the same law, authorizes one to destroy another as his enemy.

Source: Domestic Letters of the Department of State » Page 163

Made 13 Nov 2007

Page 151

Brigantine Catharine

Source: Domestic Letters of the Department of State » Page 151

Made 13 Nov 2007

Page 128

brigatine Little Sarah

Source: Domestic Letters of the Department of State » Page 128

Made 13 Nov 2007

Page 122

Creek Indians

Source: Domestic Letters of the Department of State » Page 122

Made 13 Nov 2007

Page 116

... the path of peace as the only one leading to prosperity, ...

Source: Domestic Letters of the Department of State » Page 116

Made 13 Nov 2007

Page 100

British Ship Grange

Source: Domestic Letters of the Department of State » Page 100

Made 12 Nov 2007

Page 48

In the British continental colonies and in Newfoundland, all our productions are prohibited, and our vessels forbidden to enter thier ports.

Source: Domestic Letters of the Department of State » Page 48

Made 06 Nov 2007

Page 257

Little Sarah

Source: George Washington Correspondence » Page 257

Made 02 Nov 2007

Page 252

... explained our Constitution to him, as having divided the functions of government among three different authorities, the Executive, Legislative &...

Source: George Washington Correspondence » Page 252

Made 31 Oct 2007

Page 237

Livres are estimated at 18 15/100 cents, proposed by the Secretary of the Treasury to the French ministry as the rate of conversion.

Source: George Washington Correspondence » Page 237

Made 26 Oct 2007

Page 202

When performance, for instance, becomes impossible, non-performance is not immoral.

Source: George Washington Correspondence » Page 202

Made 26 Oct 2007

Page 201

... the moral law to which man has been subjected by his ceator, and of which his feelings, or conscience as it is sometimes called, are the evidence with...

Source: George Washington Correspondence » Page 201

Made 26 Oct 2007

Page 108

plan for a Capitol

Source: George Washington Correspondence » Page 108

Made 19 Oct 2007

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National Capital Forest

Source: Photos - Fine Arts Commission, Series G » 66G12R15

Made 19 Oct 2007

Page 96

war with France was inevitable

Source: George Washington Correspondence » Page 96

Made 18 Oct 2007

Page 365

The proposition for exchanging Mr Franklin for General Thompson, I shall submit to General Howe as soon as circumstances will allow me.

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 365

Made 09 Oct 2007

Page 360

Yesterday morning a large body of the enemy landed between Dobb's ferry and fort Lee.

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 360

Made 03 Oct 2007

Page 359

a million dollars

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 359

Made 03 Oct 2007

Page 215

... the fate of America may be at stake on the issue ...

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 215

Made 14 Sep 2007

Page 199

Our situation is truely distressing...

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 199

Made 14 Sep 2007

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