ay, should be given here as well supplementing the addresses printed in the leaflet.
To Lafayette Washington wrote, Aug. 15, 1787, alluding to the proceedings of the Assembly of Notables: I am not l interest my affectionate
Triumphal arch erected near Philadelphia, for the reception of General Washington, April 20, 1789. fellow-citizens have taken in my recovery from a late dangerous indisposieded by the troops; next came the committees and heads of departments in their carriages; then Washington in a coach of state, his aide-de-camp Colonel Humphreys, and his secretary Mr. Lear in his ownent, John Adams, recently inaugurated, advanced and conducted
Federal Hall, New York, where Washington was inaugurated. Washington to a chair of state at the upper end of the room.
A solemn silen scene had overcome him, and were hushed at once into profound silence.
After a few moments Washington rose and again came forward.
John Adams, the Vice-President, stood on his right; on his left