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Letter not found: from Jonathan Boucher, 10 Feb. 1774. On 15 Feb. GW wrote Boucher and referred...
I persuade myself, You & Mrs Washington, as well as the hospitable & good Family You are in, will...
I hardly remember ever to have been more surpris’d, than I was a few days ago, on being informed...
It is certainly expedient to remove Mr Custis to some Place of publick Education, and speedily....
I send Joe over on purpose to let you know that The Govr & Mrs Eden will not wait on you this...
At length I have seen an Abstract of the Will of The Lord Baltimore: more absurd, & more vexing...
I congratulate You, & the World with Us, on our Restoration to a temperate Zone: for, in Truth,...
I now take the Liberty of enclosing to You Mr Custis’s Account for the Year & half that He has...
By some means or other, Joe contriv’d to miss Me in his Way thro’ my new Parish, tho’ I was...
I have seen your Letter to your Son, &, I will own to you, it has given Me a sensible Concern....
I am sorry to have thrown any additional Difficulties in your Way, respecting the Affair of Mr...
The Season of Suspence, I thank God, is now over & Mrs Washington, without the Fears that wou’d...
I have seldom found myself worse disposed to write, than I now am; being exceedingly displeased...
I feel much Heart-felt Satisfaction in having it in my Power to inform You that Mr Custis is now...
I do very cordially sympathize with M⟨rs⟩ Washington in the uneasiness I can easily suppose She...
I thank You much for your Intimations respecting Master Custis. Were all Those who have the Care...
I much wish’d to have accompany’d Jack, but cannot: & what is worse, We part on an Uncertainty,...
Jack comes a Day or two sooner than I intended, in Consequence of an Invitation from Mr Galloway,...
Letter not found: from Jonathan Boucher, 13 Aug. 1770. On 15 Aug. GW wrote to Boucher : “Your...
So hurried as You know Me to be at present, I flatter myself You will not even now expect more of...
There are some particular Circumstances in my Affairs, at this Juncture, which make Me desirous...
I felt so strongly the Truth of your Remarks, that I took Shame to my self for having reduc’d You...
It gives Me infinite Uneasiness to find myself under a Necessity of making a disagreeable...
In Consequence of your Lr, Mastr Custis now waits on You; & as this is a pretty busy Time with Us...
Letter not found: from Jonathan Boucher, 17 April 1769. On 24 April GW wrote to Boucher : “Your...
I have been much concern’d that it has not been in my Power to spend a few Days at Mount Vernon,...
I am much concern’d for Mastr Custis’s Indisposition, wc. yet I foresaw, & shd have told You so,...
I do not recollect that Mastr Custis has had any Return of the Pain in his Stomach, which I told...
I have just Time to put a Cover over The Enclosed, & to add to the Informa[tio]n I suppose Mastr...
Altho’ I have already return’d an Ansr to yr obliging Letter of the 30th ult: by a Servt of The...
I think myself much obliged to You for the flattering Preference given Me, in thinking Me a...