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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...
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...
My assiduity has been exercised to procure for you a riding horse ever since my return. My...
I cannot so well execute Mr. Randolph’s desire as by enclosing his letter to me. Whatever he has...
I found on my return from a visit to the southwestern frontier of this state your letter of the...
I had the honor to receive your letter of the 22d. Ultimo and submitted the same to the Council...
I had your letter delivered to me last evening & feel myself hurt at the suggestions it contains...
We have heard here that a circular ltr. from you to the several collectors relative to French...
Among the late exiles from St. Domingo in consequence of the misfortunes to which the inhabitants...
I heard of your illness, with pain I heard of your repulse in n jersey, of your consternating Mr....
Use your first leisure & tell me all the political news, especially whether it is possible that...
You must know that we Virginians think that the president seems to undervalue us as seamen. I...
To shew you that all is not anger & that truth may perhaps regain its empire I enclose the...
[ Richmond, August 19, 1794. On August 27, 1794, Hamilton wrote to Lee : “I have … received your...
I am extremely chagrined on finding from your private letter accompanying your public letter that...
[ Nailer’s Farm , Pennsylvania, November 13, 1794 . On November 13, 1794, Hamilton wrote to Lee :...
Forced to meander on my ride home to close as far as I could the various matters which I...
I wrote to you the other day in reply to your ler. recd from Col. Carrington. The communications...
I trust you have got back to New York where I hope among many delights which will encircle you,...
Altho the exalted station which your love of us and our love of you has placed you in, calls for...
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...
Altho the enclosed account which came to hand yesterday is by no means complete, yet I think it...
I do myself the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 7th instant, which will be...
I do myself the honor to transmit herewith a Resolution of the General Assembly with respect to...
Richmond, Va., 16 Feb. 1792. Transmits an extract of a letter from Mr. Taylor, one of the...
Richmond, 16 April 1792. Transmits a “copy of a letter sent to me by Colonel Arthur Campbell of...