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In a former letter, the only one I have written to you, I proffered my grateful & cordial thanks...
I feel daily & hourly the effect of your & Admiral Warrens goodness to me, & my heart constantly...
I cannot refrain from expressing to you my apprehensions on a subject which mater[i]ally affects...
I cannot with-hold from you what my heart so imperiously orders. The public good & yr. honor...
As the enclosed paper from the metropolis of yr. own state may not so soon reach yr. eye as in...
I so reluctantly address you on private business, when I knew that yr. public dutys claim every...
I came here to pay you a short visit, but finding a carriage at yr. door I avoided trespassing so...
I came here to see the S of war on army appointments & was obliged to wait till late in the...
27 December 1811, Baltimore. This letter will be presented by Major Clark of Little York in...
I cannot with-hold the expression of my delight at the tone & manner of yr. message (I wish I...