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The Secretary of the Commission by appointment waited on the Duke of Dorset & delivered to him...
By the papers which I have the honor to enclose to your Excellency herewith you will be informed...
I write this to request information of you, what is necessary, right, & proper to be done by me...
Colonel Smith has been so good as to take charge of a printed copy of M r Dwight’s Poem and a...
I hope Your Excellency, as well as your most worthy Colleague in the Commission to which I am...
Colonel Smith has been so good as to take charge of a printed copy of M r Dwight’s Poem and a...
On Saturday next, the President proposes to go, with Mrs Washington and his family, to view the...
It was only by the arrival of a vessel yesterday from America that we received the certain...
I request your indulgence for presenting to you Mr. Henry Preble, a native of the State of...
A combination of circumstances having prevented me from having the honour of paying my respects...
I had fully intended to have paid my personal respects to you on Saturday last, had not the...
I think we agree in sentiment, that the wealth & prosperity of a Country depend essentially on...
Mr Frans Coffin, who will have the honour of delivering this letter, & whom I beg leave to...
Our friend Col Wadsworth has communicated to me a letter in which you made enquiries respecting a...
After your public Audience was concluded on the 23d of Deer the President of Congress took me...
I arrived at this place just a Month from the time of my leaving Mount Vernon, perfectly free...
A few hours after your departure, I received a private communication from a friend in Congress...
You may be surprised, tho I dare say you will not be displeased to receive a Letter from me,...
Finding there was a Vessel in this port destined for Virginia, I could not take my departure for...
A direct opportunity for America having offered itself thro’ the medium of Colo. Franks I again...
I was obliged to close my last Letter of the 18th of Augst so abruptly that I had not even time...
Colonel le Maire who is this moment Setting off for Virginia affords an opportunity for...
There is no great alteration in the complexion of the political world since I had the honour of...
Since I had the honor to receive by the last Packet your favor dated in Feby last I have been...
I cannot permit M. Houdon to depart for Mt Vernon without being the bearer of a line from me. I...
Being uncertain whether this letter will arrive at Bourdeaux in time to be carried to America by...
I wrote to you by the ship which brought me your affectionate favour of the 25th of July; since...
My last letter to you, My dear General, was dated in Febry at London and forwarded by Captain...
I had the pleasure, before I left New York, to receive your favor containing the enclosures...
I wrote your Excellency some time ago from Hartford & enclosed you the draft of a letter on the...
I have this moment been honored with your letter of the 22nd of Octr & am thereby relieved from...
I have written you twice within these few days, and agreeably to the promise in my last, I have...
I am indeed much flattered by the private and confidential communications contained in your favor...
I had the honour to receive, last evening by the Post, your letter of the 23d of Jany, and am...
Since I had the pleasure of writing you last, I have received Orders to march the part of my Regt...
I have but just had the pleasure to receive your two favours of the 18th of Feby and 8th...
(Private) My dear General. Fairfield [Conn.] April 9th 1787 Since I did myself the honor to...
Mr Rogers, who will have the honor of delivering this letter, is an American Gentleman with whom...
I intended fully, when I left Philadelphia, to have written to you from New York, but on my...
I would not trespass upon your time, while I knew you was occupied in such momentuous affairs, as...
I would not trespass on your attention, while you was occupied in such momentuous affairs as the...
I did not trouble you with a letter from Savannah, because our public Dispatch to the Secretary...
Finding an opportunity to Augusta, I could not excuse myself from giving you the progress of our...
Since I had the honor of writing to you yesterday, some things have happened, of which I conceive...
Seventeen Miles east of Camden [S.C.] My dear Genl Octr 13th 1789. Having been led to believe...
I am taking occasion by a water conveyance to inform you, that we are thus far on our way to New...
I am commanded by the President of the United States of America to send to you some Papers which...
I take the liberty to put under cover to you a letter for Mr Manley the Engraver in Philadelphia,...
On Saturday next, the President proposes to go, with Mrs Washington and his family, to view the...
In taking leave of you, at the moment of your departure while I strove in vain to check an...