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George Washington
Uashingktoien, Geeorg
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Vashington, Dzhordzh
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Vašingtons, Džordžs
Washington, G.
Washington, Général
Washington, Geo
Washington, Georg
Washington, George
Washington, George (American president, 1732-1799)
Washington, George (Jr)
Washington, George (Pres. U.S.)
Washington, Giorgio
Washington, Jorge
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Waszyngton, Jerzy
Вашингтон, Джордж
וואשינגטאן, ג'ורג'
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Abbot, William Wright (1922-)
Adams, John (1735-1826)
Cadell, Thomas ([III], fl. 1793-1836)
Chase, Philander D.
Estats Units d'Amèrica President (1789-1797 : Washington) (see also from)
Institut Français de Washington
Kerr, Joan Paterson
Library of Congress. Manuscript Division
Muhlenberg, Frederick Augustus Conrad (1750-1801)
National Society of the Colonial Dames of America
Pitt, William (earl of Chatham)
Rhodehamel, John H.
Spojené státy americké Prezident (1789-1797 : Washington) (see also from)
Twohig, Dorothy
United States President (1789-1797 : Washington) (see also from)
United States. Continental Congress
United States. President (1789-1797 : Washington)
washington elizabeth fisher
Washington, George (1732-1799))
Washington, Martha (1731-1802; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Webster, Daniel (1782-1852)
塩月, 弥栄子 (1918-)
Circular letter addressed to the governors
Considérations sur l'ordre de Cincinnatus, ou Imitation d'un pamphlet Anglo-Americain.
Correspondence. Selections
Early American views on Negro slavery, from the letters and papers of the founders of the Republic
Fuller and Washington at centuries' ends
George Washington: A Biography In His Own Words
Journal of major george washington an account of his first official mission, made as emissary from the governor of virginia to the commandant of the french forces on the ohio, october 1753-january 1754
Journal of major george washington sent by the hon. robert dinwiddie, esq. his majesty's lieutenant-governor, and commander in chief of virginia, to the commandant of the french forces on ohio : to which are added, the governor's letter, and a translation of the french officer's answer
journal of the proceedings of the President, 1793-1797, The
Letters and recollections of George Washington being letters to Tobias Lear and others between 1790 and 1799, showing the first American in the management of his estate and domestic affairs
Letters from General Washington to several of his friends in the year 1776 in which are set forth a fairer and fuller view of American politics than ever yet transpired, or the public could be made acquainted with through any other channel
Letters from His Excellency George Washington, to Arthur Young, Esq. F.R.S. and Sir John Sinclair, Bart. M.P containing an account of his husbandry, with his opinions on various questions in agriculture, and many particulars of the rural economy of the United States
Maxims of Washington; political, social, moral and religious
Mémoire contenant le précis des faits.
"My friend La Fayette", "Mon ami Washington"
Official letters to the Honourable American Congress written during the war between the united colonies and Great Britain
Oratio habita in capitolio Gulielmopolitano in comitiis universitatis Virginiæ, die XII junii M. DCC. LXXXII. Dùm favente Gallorum ducum & militum frequentiâ, medicæ cooptationis laureâ donabatur christianissimi regis exercitûs archiater, Joannes-Franciscus Coste, saluberrimum medicinæ facultatum Parisiensis alumnus, Valentinæ doctor, Pennsylvianensis doctor honorarius; regiarum medicinæ societatum Londinensis, Edimburg., Paris. Regii Lotheringorum medicorum collegii honorarius; é regiis scientiarum, artium & litterarum academiis Nanceïanâ, Lugdunensi, Divionensi; ex humanâ societate Philadelphiensi; Societatis philosophicæ amricanæ socius; arcis & militaris nosocomii Caleti, navaliumque Regis exercituum medicus.
Papers of George Washington
President's address to the people of the united states, september 17, 1796 intimating his resolution of retiring from public service, when the present term of presidency expires
Presidential series
Records of the revolutionary war: containing the military and financial correspondence of distinguished officers; names of the officers and privates of regiments, companies, and corps, with the dates of their commissions and enlistments: general orders of Washington, Lee, and Greene, at Germantown and Valley Forge;
Rules of civility the 110 precepts that guided our first president in war and peace
Rules of conduct, diary of adventure, letters, and farewell addresses
Travels in North-America, in the years 1780-81-82
Valedictory address of general george washington, to the people of the united states on his retiring from the presidency to enjoy the sweets of domestic life
Valedictory address of the late illustrious george washington, to the people of the united states
Vie, correspondance et écrits de Washington
Voyages de M. le marquis de Chastellux dans l'Amérique septentrionale dans les années 1780, 1781 & 1782.
Washington's farewell address to the people of the United States published for the Washington Benevolent Society
Washington's farewell address to the people of the United States with an abstract of his last will and testament, to which is prefixed a comprehensive sketch of his life and character
Washington's Inaugural address of 1789
Washington's official map of Yorktown : a facsimile reproduction of the map of Yorktown at the time of Cornwallis' surrender, which resulted in American independence.
Washington's political legacies. To which is annexed an appendix, containing an account of his illness, death, and the national tributes of respect paid to his memory, with a biographical outline of his life and character.
Washington speaks for himself
Washington, Webster, and Lincoln; selections for the college entrance English requirements
Will of general george washington to which is annexed a schedule of his property directed to be sold
Works. Selections
Writings of george washington being his correspondence, addresses, messages, and other papers, official and private, selected and published from the original manuscripts; with a life of the author, notes and illustrations