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Fitzgerald, John, -1799


Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Edward Smith to Col. John Fitzgerald, 1785 July 16

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 1785.07.16
Scope and Contents

Autograph letter signed. Tape repairs, with some text loss. Smith writes to ask why one hogshead of tobacco made by George Washington was refused. Washington’s waggoner informed him that the head was somewhat damaged being prized out of the door.

Dates: 1785 July 16

Letter, Alexander Hamilton to John Fitzgerald, 1783 June 10

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 14
Identifier: 2021-SC-004-014
Scope and Contents Alexander Hamilton writes to Colonel John Fitzgerald, while he waits for the Treaty of Paris to arrive. He writes "The enclosed letter is for Mr. Bowman who married Mrs. Cattle. I am told he is at Alexandria which makes me trouble you with the letter. Should he have left that place for South Carolina, I will thank you to forward it to him. No definitive treaty yet arrived nor any thing else of importance new. I write in Congress..." A cessation of hostilities had been proclaimed by the...
Dates: 1783 June 10

Letter, John Fitzgerald to Clement Biddle, 1778 June 5

 Item — Box 6, Folder: 1778.06.05
Identifier: RM-731; MS-4920
Scope and Contents

A.L.S. 1 page. Letter by Washington's aide-de-camp requesting Clement Biddle's horse for Martha Washington, who wants to "ride a short distance that day."

Dates: 1778 June 5

Letter, John Fitzgerald to Tench Tilghman, 1785 June 9

 Item — Box 10, Folder: 1785.06.09
Identifier: RM-769; MS-5056
Scope and Contents

A.L.S. 1 page. Concerning correspondence with George Washington.

Dates: 1785 June 9

List of workmen employed at the Great Falls for the Potomack Company, 1786 November 13-December 20

 Item — Box 34, Folder: 1786.11.13
Identifier: 2017-SC-001-002
Scope and Contents

Document signed by George Washington, George Gilpin, and John Fitzgerald listing about 85 employees of the Potomac Company. The employees include 7 overseers, 2 borers, 2 carpenters, 2 blacksmiths, 1 coaler, and 68 laborers. There are three women on the list - Nurse Margaret Cosgrove, Cook Mary Twinch, and Washer Polly Firth.

Dates: 1786 November 13-December 20

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