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Not expecting to have the pleasure of seeing you again before you leave the country I inclose you...
As it was somewhat doubtful when you left the country how far my little invoice delivered you...
I take the liberty of interceding for your friendly aid to Mr. James Ogilvie a gentleman of my...
The case of Plume v. Portlock now lies at the Rules in danger of a dismission for want of a...
I must again trouble you in the case of MacVee v. Wilson &c. Oranges, since on a second attempt...
Inclosed is a copy of Dickie’s bill against you. You will be pleased to send me a state of the...
As I mean to be a conscientious observer of the measures generally thought requisite for the...
Mr. Carr is to be buried at this place, and I am to beg the favor of you to officiate at his...
Your favours of April 23d. 1773 came to hand a few days after the death of Mr. Wayles an event of...
As the messenger who delivered me your letter, informs me that your boy is to leave town tomorrow...
You have before this heard and lamented the death of our good friend Carr . Some steps are...
From a croud of disagreeable [companions] among whom I have spent three or four of the most...
I have applied to Mr. Waller on the subject of your bonds. He sais that Colo. Hunter when he left...
I was at Colo. Peter Randolph ’s about a Fortnight ago, and my Schooling falling into Discourse,...
Your letter was delivered me in court to-day when it was impossible for me even to read it. I...
Your scruples on that part of the answer which denies your having in your hands effects of any...
To the Inhabitants of the parish of Saint Anne. The members of the late house of Burgesses having...
I some time Since received a letter from Colo. Randolph of Tuckahoe requesting I would inform him...
Encouraged by the small acquaintance which I had the pleasure of having contracted with you...
Yours of the eighth of April I have received, and since that your favour of five pounds as...
In the suit in Chancery brought by Jamieson and Taylor against Meredith, Cuningham and Nisbett,...
I have just received notice from Mr. Wythe that in the case of Jamieson and Taylor v. Meredith...
I have at length found the paper of which you requested a copy. it was written near 50. years ago...
I wrote you a line from Wmsburgh last October; but lest that may have miscarried I take this...
I have been thinking this half hour how to begin my letter and cannot for my soul make it out. I...
In the most melancholy fit that ever any poor soul was, I sit down to write to you. Last night,...
The contents of your letter have not a little alarmed me: and really upon seriously weighing them...
Your welfare, That of m’rs Page, and your heir apparent give me great joy: but much was I...
I am to acquaint Mrs. Page of the loss of my favorite pullet; the consequence of which will...
This very day, to others the day of greatest mirth and jollity, sees me overwhelmed with more and...