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Private Dear Sir, Mount Vernon 3d April 1797 Your letter of the 24th Ulto has been duly received,...
I am indebted to you for several unacknowledged letters, but ne’er mind that; go on, as if you...
By the last Post I was favoured with your letter of the 3d instant and thank you for its...
It is a little out of time, to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 9th ulto; but...
Your favour of the 2d instt came duly to hand. For the perusal of the enclosure I thank you—It is...
This letter will be presented to you by Mr Elliot, the son of a meritorious Officer in the...
Knowing that the War Office has an Agency in the Western Lands, I take the liberty of putting the...
Your two letters, both dated the 1st instant, came to hand yesterday only. I thank you for giving...
Knowing nothing of Mr John Parker (whose letter I enclose you); of his fitness for the work he...
Your favour of——came safe, and in due time; for the information contained in it I thank you; your...
Amongst the variety of matters which have come before Congress for the purpose of preparation, in...
I am not disposed to withdraw your attention from more important matters; or to be troublesome in...
Your letter of the 26th Ulto propounds a very serious, interesting & important question to me: a...
Private My dear Sir, Mount Vernon 5th July 1798. I am perfectly satisfied that the duties of your...
Your favour of the 18th was brought by the Post of yesterday. The nominations, according to your...
The enclosed will say as much as I can, in favour of the applicant; except that I have heard him...
Private Dear Sir Mount Vernon 27th July 1798 The Greyheads of Alexandria, pretty numerous it...
From a mistaken idea, numberless applications for appointments in the Army of the U. States are...
Your letter of the 25th instt came to Alexandria Yesterday evening, and was put into my hands...
To a person as well acquainted with the writers of the letters herewith enclosed, as you are, it...
The letters herewith, from Colonels Fitzgerald & Simms, conveys all the information I am enabled...
Private Dear Sir, Mount Vernon 2d Augt 1798 Finding that I was not altogether correct, in giving...
The enclosed letter from Doctr Brown (of Port tobacco) to Doctr Craik, was this day put into my...
Private & confidential My dear Sir, Mount Vernon 10th Augt 1798 You will consider this letter as...
The letter from Mr Ames to Mr Bent, containing further evidence to his good character, I send....
Private My dear Sir, Mount Vernon 13th Augt 1798. It was not (as you will perceive by the letter...
The Messenger that carried my letters of the 10th to the Post Office brought me your favour of...
I was very glad to find by your letter of the 13th instant that you had got well enough to resume...
Your letter of the 25th Ulto has been duly received. The list of applicants from the Southern...
Your letter of the 7th instt from Trenton is before me; and no plan yet decided on that I can...