Edited by Dorothy Twohig. Published by the University of Virginia Press, 1981. Hardcover with 410 pages.
This volume is described on the opening page as "A memorandum or journal of Letters &ca.whish have been sumitted to the President of the United States by the Heads of Departments , for his perusal or approbation". In effect, it is an executive daybook, a day-by-day account of many of the matters that engaged the attention of the executive departments during Washington's administration.