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Knowing the value of your time I should not thus early after the receipt of yours have intruded...
My Brother is this moment departing for Philadelphia and has requested a letter of introduction...
Abstract. Ca. 20 February 1791, New York. A cover addressed to JM, with Livingston’s article,...
Mr. Adair the bearer of this having done me the favor to spend a few days here I found so much...
You will probably think when you have read this that I avail myself of slight circumstances to...
I should not thus long have delayed to acknowledge your favor of the 16th Feby & to return my...
I am much pleased to find from yours of the 10th. Augt. that your State are in sentiment with you...
Having flattered myself that I had fallen upon a new meathod of diminishing the friction in heavy...
The favourable reception you were pleased to give to the first part of the transactions of the...
I find with great regret that a report which circulates here of your intention to resign your...
Your letter of the 29th Apl with which I was honoured having reached ClerMont the day I left it...
The hope I entertained of meeting you at New York when I vissited it in Sepr. has induced me to...
It is not without regret that I reflect on the interruption that was given to the conversation I...
The enclosed was written long since and accidentaly detained at New York. I send it now to shew...
I do myself the honor to transmit you a copy of the first part of the proceedings of the society...
I sincerely condole with you on the ratification of the treaty which sacrafices every essential...
Possessing no official situation which entitles me to offer my sentiments on political measures I...
Letter not found: from Robert R. Livingston, 15 May 1789. On 31 May GW wrote to Livingston : “I ....
I was this day honored by your letter of yesterday, but not till after the southern mail had gone...