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This is written a few minutes after your departure from this place; for on returning into my...
Your favor of Feb. 26. has been duly recieved. it was not till lately that I recieved mr Wirt’s...
I will not trouble you with vain condolances, & expressions of regret on the death of our mutual...
I recieve this day your favor of the 18 th which gives me the welcome information of the...
Yours of Feb. 28. was recieved on the 5 th instant and I now inclose you a power of Attorney...
A young negro man, named Thruston , brother to Edy , who while I was in Washington , was in the...
Your favor of the 22 d is but just recieved, and I am able to answer myself your very kind...
Believing you knew Martin Wanscher , to whom the inclosed letter is addressed, my letter to you...
Your kind letter of Feb. 19. has been some time at hand, but my health and the injunctions of my...
Your’s of Mar. 26. is duly recieved and I am truly thankful to you for your kind attention to the...
I take up my pen merely to answer the kind anxiety you are so good as to express in yours of the...
The book you were so kind as to have sent to me came safe. so rarely are US. bk. bills to be seen...
I was happy to recieve your letter of the 2 d by mr Parr and by such attentions as I could render...
An absence in Bedford prevented my recieving your favor of Apr. 21. until the 3 d inst. in answer...
I this moment and at this place recieve your favor of the 5 th with mr Lear’s reciept for the...
I know not from whom or what quarter the inclosed letter to Wanscher comes, nor whether he is...
On my late return from Bedford I found here your favor of Aug. 23. in my lre to you of June 12....
I have to pay to Col o Jon Trumbull the sum of 65.25 & have been expecting to hear of his arrival...
Your habitual kindness to me occasions me to trouble you oftner than I ought to do . a gentleman...
Yours of the 12 th is received a nd I am happy to find that the General ’s distresses have been...
The inclosed letter, my dear friend, is too long for me to copy, and yet I wish you to know it’s...
Your favor of Nov. 31 (for Dec. 1. I suppose) came to hand last night, and your communication of...
I thank you, dear Sir, for your settlement with Gales and Seaton for me, and I now inclose you 7....