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Bust of M. Necker presented by Count D'Estaing. Notice of Necker.. 241

Inscription on the Bust of Necker. Account of D'Estaing..

Houdon's Bust of Lafayette at Mount Vernon....

Virginia presents a Copy to the City of Paris.....

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Ceremony of Presentation. Lafayette highly honored.

President Washington's English Coach..

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External Decorations of the Coach. Family journey in it.

Incompetency of the Coachman. Accidents...

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Question as to the permanent Seat of the National Government........ 251

Washington negotiates for a Residence. His Prudence and Caution... 252

He makes suggestions about Interior Arrangements...

Description of Sevres China presented to Washington..

Description of Sevres China presented to Mrs. Washington....

How Sevres China is made. Seat of the National Government..

Strife for the possession of the National Capital. Decision.

New Yorkers dissatisfied. Caricatures and Satires....

Philadelphians no better satisfied. Washington's Caution.

A house hired. Washington's Journey to Philadelphia.....

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A Patriotic Tavern-Keeper. President and family at Philadelphia..

A gay Season in Philadelphia. Luxuries....

Washington suggests Wine Castors called "Coasters"

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They are made. Wine Coolers from France. Their History.

Washington's Family Plate re-made..............

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A Scoch Painter dines with Washington. The Dinner....

Miniature made by the Painter. Correspondence with Earl of Buchan 274

By Will, Washington recommits the Wallace Relic to Buchan..... 275

Washington again at Mt. Vernon. Paine's Rights of Man.....

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A Harpsichord at Mount Vernon..............

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Washington's Second Inauguration as President of the Republic...... 283

Simplicity of the Ceremonies on the occasion....

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An Account of the Ceremonies, and Washington's Appearance..

Washington Sacrifices Private Interest for the Public Good...

Yellow Fever in Philadelphia. Washington at Home..

Unskillful Farm Management at Mount Vernon....

The President's Family avoid the Fever, at Germantown.

Marriage of Philadelphia Belles to Foreign Ministers...

Washington's Farewell Address composed.....

Effect of the publication of the Farewell Address.

Violence of Party Spirit felt by Washington...

A specimen of the Newspaper utterances......

Washington retires to Private Life, at Mount Vernon...

Inauguration of John Adams as Second President..

Farewell entertainment for Washington by Philadelphians..

An eye witnesses account of the President's Table Customs.

Account of Washington's Table Traits continued...

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Washington and his Family return to Mount Vernon. Lafayette's Son. 299

Lafayette's Misfortunes......

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Washington's Sensibility when speaking of them....

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Bradford's Lament of Washington, a Poem.....

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Lafayette's Suffering. His devoted Wife and Children....

His son seeks an Asylum in America. Cautious proceedings..

Congress takes Action concerning Young Lafayette....

Washington takes him to Mt. Vernon under his Protection..

Release of Lafayette. The Son returns to France....

Washington's Letter to Lafayette. Young Lafayette's Profile..

Sharpless the Artist.

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