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Permit me to offer you my thanks for your kindness in attending Mrs Washington till she was met...
Letter not found: to David Stuart, 3 Jan. 1799. On 4 Jan. GW wrote Stuart and referred to “a...
In consequence of a resolution which passed at the last meeting of the Potomk company, and in...
On Thursday next at one o’Clock, I mean to pay the last respect to the remains of my deceased...
Enclosed I return the certificates with the Clerks signature of their having passed the Court of...
Your letter of the 23d, which came duly to hand; still leaves us in a state of suspence with...
From Mr Lund Washington’s I received your letter of the 20th instant, enclosing Mr Hopkins’s...
To the best of my recollection I have sent you Seven numbers of the Fœderalist, under the...
As the enclosed will be transmitted to Mr Custis, I will blend nothing else ⟨w⟩ith it; but beg,...
At length I have received the sheriffs acct against me for Taxes—a copy of which I enclose you....
Your letter of the 3d came duly to hand. I thank you for the communications contained in it,...
As the enclosed Advertiser contains a speech of Mr Wilson’s (as able, candid, & honest a member...
According to promise, you ought to have received the enclosed at an earlier period; but no...
The Vessel which brought the inclosed, has delivered the 800 Bushels of Oats for which you...
Yesterday I wrote two letters to the Commissioners. One public, the other private. The first...
Your letter of the 22d Ulto came duly to hand. I shall keep Mr White, with others, in...
Your letter of this date is just received; and the cause why I did not hear from you by the...
Mrs Washington is prevented from dining with you tomorrow by the arrival of a French Gentleman of...
Bladensburgh [Md.] Oct. 18th 1791 Dear Sir, half past 5 Oclock A. M. I pray you to drop me a line...
As president of the Board of Directors for the Potomac company, I have the honor to enclose you a...
I have received your favor of the 15th & thank you for the communications contained in it. In my...
The letter from the Commissioners to Mr Jefferson of the has been laid before me, and I have...
Upon the receipt of your favor of the 13th instt I caused enquiry to be made into the foundation...
After closing my letter to you of the 20th I recollected that I had omitted to take notice of...
I have received your favor of the 30th and thank you for the ennumerations contained in it. They...
If you, or Mrs Stuart could, by indirect means, discover the State of Washington Custiss Mind, it...
I have received your favor of the 18th, & am exceedingly obliged to you for the Contract you have...
A few days ago, I received the enclosed letter & copy of an intended address to be presented on...
I have received your favour of the 4th, and am happy to find that matters so far as you had...
I have given my consent in the manner the law directs, to the agreement you have made with Mr...
Since writing to you by the last Post I have finished the measurement of my Corn, and find that I...
Although I did not acknowledge the receipt of the letter you wrote to me some time ago respecting...
As you have no immediate occasion for Peter in the only line in which he will be useful to you, I...
I have been favored with your letter of the 4th instt and thank you for the information...
Company, ever since my return home, has prevented my mentioning a matter before, which will be...
The celebrated Mrs Macauly Graham, & Mr Graham her Husband, are here on a Visit. As I wish to...
Your letter of the 6th instant came duly to hand. As you appear to have taken a final...
Since writing my letter of yesterday, I have recd the enclosed from Mr Jefferson, w[hic]h I send...
I have been favoured with your letters of the 8th & 13th Instt; but not having sent to the Post...
By the Mail which came into Alexandria, this day, I have received letters, advising me of the...
If Mr Newton of Norfolk should offer you money on my acct, I wd thank you for bringing it. I have...
Not recollecting till this moment, the Winter regulation of the Post; & being desirous of getting...
Your letter of the 12th instt came duly to hand. I have given the subject of it every...
In answer to your enquiries in behalf of Mr Custis and which you requested I would commit to...
In the first moments of my ability to sit in an easy chair (and that not entirely without pain) I...
Your letter of the 15th enclosing the Act of Assembly authorising an agreement with Mr Alexander...
A house rarely without Company, and Many other matters which claimed my attention, have prevented...
In more fear that this letter will not find you in Richmond than of expectation that it will, it...
Your letter of the 14th instt has been duly received. As it was, and is, my earnest wish to...
I am glad to find by the last letters which we have received from our friends in the Federal...