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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Washington, George (search)
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