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Daily Political Times, Sunday, March 11th, 1792

A sinking fund commission has been formed by the National Bank in order to resolve the economic panic, Alexander Hamilton; John Adams; John Jay; Thomas Jefferson and Edmund Randolph will serve on the commission.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, March 17th, 1792

The King of Sweden Gustav III has been assassinated at an opera.

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Daily Political Times, Thursday, March 22nd, 1792

The Sinking Fund Commission has voted against intervening in the economic panic as both Thomas Jefferson and Edmund Randolph were in opposition to federal aid.

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, March 27th, 1792

The Sinking Fund Commission has agreed to allow the government to intervene in the economic panic, Edmund Randolph changed his mind on the issue after being won over by Alexander Hamilton.

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, April 3rd, 1792

President Washington has signed Alexander Hamilton's Coinage Act which establishes a federal mint.

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Daily Political Times, Friday, April 6th, 1792

President Washington has used his veto power for the first time as Congress has overstepped one of its boundaries.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, April 11th, 1792

Secretary Alexander Hamilton has reported to President Washington that the economic panic is over.

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Daily Political Times, Monday, April 16th, 1792

George Clinton has defeated John Jay in the New York State Gubernatorial Election which has been highly disputed.

 

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, April 21st, 1792

The Kingdom of France has declared war on the Hapsburg Empire.

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Daily Political Times, Thursday, May 3rd, 1792

Reports say that President Washington is contemplating retirement and that he has met with James Madison to discuss a farewell address.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, May 16th, 1792

Secretary Thomas Jefferson has urged President Washington to run for reelection in order to avoid "monied interests" from taking power.

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Daily Political Times, Friday, May 18th, 1792

A Stock Exchange has been formed at Wall Street in New York City.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, May 19th, 1792

The Russian Empire has invaded the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

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Daily Political Times, Monday, May 21st, 1792

Reports say that factions are forming that are either in favour or oppose Alexander Hamilton's Economic Policies.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, May 26th, 1792

Reports say that James Madison; Thomas Jefferson; George Clinton and Aaron Burr have urged resistance against Alexander Hamilton's National Bank.

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, May 27th, 1792

Reports say that Alexander Hamilton's faction is running the White House and that the allies of Thomas Jefferson and James Madison have been isolated from President Washington.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, June 2nd, 1792

Kentucky has been admitted to the Union as the 15th State.

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Daily Political Times, Thursday, June 14th, 1792

The Kingdom of Prussia has declared war on the Kingdom of France.

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, August 12th, 1792

The Palace of Versailles in France has been stormed and the King of France, Lous XVI has been arrested.

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Daily Political Times, Monday, August 13th, 1792

Reports say that Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson are causing dissension in President Washington's administration over relations with France. 

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Daily Political Times, Monday, August 27th, 1792

The Kingdom of France's National Legislative Assembly has granted President Washington honorary French citizenship. James Madison and Alexander Hamilton have also been honoured.

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, September 9th, 1792

At least one thousand people have been killed in a massacre in France.

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Daily Political Times, Monday, September 24th, 1792

The National Convention of France has declared that the French Monarchy is to be abolished meaning that France is to become a republic.

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Results

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The colour brown denotes the States won by Pres. George Washington.

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George Washington (Independent), 1st President of the United States of America, 2nd Term: March 4th 1793 - March 4th 1797

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Charles Cotesworth Pinckney (Federalist), 2nd Vice President of the United States of America, 1st Term: March 4th 1793 - March 4th 1797

 

Washington's 2nd term is the same as his IRL 2nd term.

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