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I wrote you on the 1st. instant. A hope that the present may reach you before Mr. Payne the...
My letter of the 18th. promised that I would inclose you a bill of exchange, which I now do for...
In mine of the 29th. June by the last post I inclosed you Mr. Grand’s letter of credit for £80....
Your favors of the 7th. and 11th. are duly received, and your attention to the article of my...
I have duly received your favor of the 15th. and accede to the proposition of the young workman...
Being obliged to set out for Holland at a very few hours warning I have only time to notify you...
Your favors of the 2d. and 6th. inst. are duly received. You conjectured rightly that by...
I wrote you by yesterday’s post. The present is merely to avail myself of a private conveiance...
I took the liberty on the 26th. inst. of troubling you with a packet for Mr. Jay giving him an...
Mr. Cutting has for some days been in possession of a letter for you, but finding his departure...
I thank you for the trouble you have been so good as to take in the case of Mrs. Trist. I have...
I wrote you a few days ago by a Mr. Frazer, and after sending you such a bundle you will think it...
I am favoured with your letter of the 10th. and happened just then to have received one from Mrs....
My letters to you must always be letters of thanks. I am to thank you first for the harness which...
I wrote you a line just as I was taking wing from Paris for this place. I expected to have staid...
Your favor of May 26. came to hand yesterday. The balance shall be immediately remitted. Perhaps...
A delay of the post office put it out of my power to answer your’s of the 20th. by the first...
I am in hopes this is the last commission I shall have to trouble you with before my departure....
The first moments after my return having been occupied by letters which required immediate...
Your favor of the 11th. came to hand yesterday. With respect to the Vase it is not worth the...
According to promise I sit down to inform you of our safe arrival, having been 29. days from...
I trouble you with the two letters herein inclosed. I hope you note my postages and pay them out...
Your’s of Oct. 23. is recieved, and I trust you have silenced the Critic on your Decln of...
The inclosed letter to Mr. Bannister being of importance to me, as covering notice of a protested...
I have duly received your favor of the 18th. instant, and hope to hear from you still the day...
Our last mail brought me your favor of Dec. 26. the lapse of 28. years which you count since our...
I this day write to Mr. Lackington to make up some books for me and deliver them to you to be...
I have not yet received my leave of absence, but I expect it hourly, and shall go off within a...
Not knowing the address of Messieurs Ingram, and the inclosed letter covering a bill of exchange...
Your favor of the 10th. is come to hand to-day. I inclose you a bill of exchange of £25. from...
Much hurried while you were here, I was the less exact in sending you the inclosed, because I...
The post coming in on Sunday when there is nobody in the bureaux of the bankers, and going out...
I always hear from you, and of you with great pleasure, and shall recieve the visit you promise...
I scribbled you a line by last post merely to cover a letter, and without time to acknolege the...
I have duly recieved your favor of Mar. 10. explaining the motives of the Commissioners for...
Polyplasiasmos } to be sent by the Diligence. Mine is paid for Mr. Adams’s picture by Brown mine...
Both your favors of Oct. 30. and Nov. 2. came safely to hand, and I have the pleasure to know...
Not knowing Mrs. Cosway’s address , I take the liberty of putting the inclosed under your cover,...
So many infidelities in the post offices are complained of since the rumors of war have arisen...
The inclosed letters containing matter which I could not permit to go through the post office of...
I can have no hesitation in placing my name on the roll of subscribers to the print of your...
I wrote you a letter above a month ago, which should have been delivered by Colo. Blackden, who...
I have duly received your favor of the 5th. inst. with respect to the busts and pictures. I will...
In a letter of yesterday I threatened you with a commission on the subject of a harpsichord. This...
I have this day received your favour of May 23. and in consequence have copied and inclose mine...
I begin to write a little with my right hand but with much pain. I can therefore only acknolege...
I have delayed remitting you the cost of the two prints expecting to hear of your arrival at...
My last to you were of the 16th. and 17th. of July on the subject of my harpsichord. I imagine...
I have duly received your favors of Jan. 18. and 29. and the carriage is arrived without the...
I have duly received your two favors of Oct. 10. and 17. and also the books from Lackington’s. I...