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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...
Having flattered myself that I had fallen upon a new meathod of diminishing the friction in heavy...
I find with great regret that a report which circulates here of your intention to resign your...
The hope I entertained of meeting you at New York when I vissited it in Sepr. has induced me to...
The enclosed was written long since and accidentaly detained at New York. I send it now to shew...
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 am much pleased to find from yours of the 10th. Augt. that your State are in sentiment with you...
I sincerely condole with you on the ratification of the treaty which sacrafices every essential...
I should not thus long have delayed to acknowledge your favor of the 16th Feby & to return my...
The favourable reception you were pleased to give to the first part of the transactions of the...
Your letter of the 29th Apl with which I was honoured having reached ClerMont the day I left it...
It is not without regret that I reflect on the interruption that was given to the conversation I...
I do myself the honor to transmit you a copy of the first part of the proceedings of the society...
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...