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I have not heard from you for a long time but often hear of you. All ranks of people within my...
Altho the exalted station which your love of us and our love of you has placed you in, calls for...
The last ler. I got from you shewed the little leisure you possessed, & together with other...
Least my brother should have returned I take the liberty of asking your safe delivery of the two...
The letr. sent to your care, be pleased to return. Your undertaking is truely arduous but I trust...
Mr. Burnley will convey this letr. by some one of the many of your county people now here with...
I beg leave to make known to you the bearer Docr. Morrow. He was early engaged in the service of...
Since your illness at Georgetown I have heard nothing of you, only that you had so far recovered...
Before I left home, Col Lee being about to depart for Congress, I wrote you by him. Since my...
I am induced to address you on a subject which violates the rule I had lately prescribed to...
I got here last night from a trip to the great falls, & met your letr. of the 4th. It is really...
We have been all again made most miserable by the accounts received of the desperate state of...
As one who asks no employment but will accept of it, if public considerations should make his...
Permit me to tell you that I have waited to the last moment in my power in the fond hope of...
The preservation of the relative importance of Virginia among her sister states must be held...
In the forenoon this day I got here—soon saw the President & your affectionate friend Mr....
During my absence the physicians attending our afflicted countryman Col: Fisher have after...
As I hope on my return to Virga. to raise as much money as will pay off old Fairfax & put into...
Our parting conversation has deeply employed my mind & I continue to lament exceedingly the...
Mr Cox was about taking to you my riding horse, but my apprehension of yr. necessary hurry & my...
Soon after I parted with you, I left Phild. and quickly got here. My whole rout presented to me...
My assiduity has been exercised to procure for you a riding horse ever since my return. My...
Altho the enclosed account which came to hand yesterday is by no means complete, yet I think it...
The enclosed please to give to our friend Frenau. It contains a list of some subscribers to his...
I do myself the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 7th instant, which will be...
Mr James Marshall brother to our friend John is about going to London on business very important...
I do myself the honor to transmit herewith a Resolution of the General Assembly with respect to...
I have your two letters Decr. 18h. & Jany. 1st. In the first you mention having given to Mr....
Snow on the ground for seven days past & now snowing fast. Good weather for wheat. Your letter of...
I received last night your letter of the 21st. On reference to the post office the subscribers to...