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Knowing how constantly you must be fatigued with unavoidable correspondents, I feel a reluctance...
On the first day of the present month I was honored with your highly esteemed favour of the 31 t...
Knowing me so well as you do, you could not have contemplated my present situation and especially...
Knowing the fatigue you a re subjected to by newmerous correspondents and too many of them from...
On receiving your letter of the 5 th of Febru ry , enclosing one to Stewart, I requested my Son...
After frequent promises, M r Stewart has again, forfited his ingagement to finish your Portrait,...
Having not yet been able to prevail on Stewart to finish your portrait, I suspect that you have...
On the 4 th ins t I had the pleasure of receiving your letter of the 27 th of Octob r . Pikes...
Being persuaded that you have more letters to notice than can be perfectly convenient or...
on my arrival at Washington from Virginia I enclosed your note to your friends at Richmond...
If no new causes of delay occur I we shall set out tomorrow morning for Monticello . I wrote to M...
I should not have so long delay’d a reply to your very friendly & polite letter had...
It is with peculier satisfaction that I can congratulate you on the happy and honorable...
My Son has enclosed to me your letter of the 20 th ult o and informs me that he had sent your...
Domestic affliction will, I hope, be admitted as an apology for my not having written to you for...
Your friendly & instructive letter has been received and perused with peculier satisfaction &...
your delightfull retirement does not, I presume, prevent you from casting some occasional glances...
I had this day the pleasure of receiving your very freindly and highly esteem’d letter of the 16...
In your letter of the 16 th you were good enough to mention my Son ,— I was inform’d by M r Smith...
It was early perceived that the passions, prejudice, general disposition and character of the...
I have the honor of proposing for your approbation the following promotions and appointment in...
I accept with gratefull feelings the recent mark of your friendship, and having taken the...
I have the honor of proposing for your approbation John W. Guion to be appointed Military Agent...
I have the honor of proposing for your approbation   Fitzhugh, John A. Chandler, William Hobart...
The pay of a Cadet in the Artillery is ten dollars per month, & he receives two rations per day....
I have the honor of proposing for your approbation the following appointments in the First Legion...
I have the honor of proposing for your approbation the following appointments in the Troops to be...
I have the honor of proposing for your approbation Peter Gansevoort Junr. of the State of New...
I think you may say to Col. Duane, that he will not be called on duty from the vicinity of...
Sir in the answer to the little Bear, I have noted an alteration which may be proper to prevent...