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After our agreeable journey we arrived here in the midst of Election, and by lies, abuse &...
Agreeable to promise I do myself the honor to inform you that the Senate have elected Mr Levermor...
In answer to your favour of yesterday, when I hinted at keeping bachelors-hall together I...
Probably this will find you very happy with your Lady & family, to whom the residents at 198...
I wrote you soon after my arrival that I had engaged you lodgings at Franciss Hotel, Two rooms...
Agreeable to intimation I have been enquiring for accommodations for you but to no purpose unless...
Fully impressed with a sense of your Goodness and Candor, I am induced to observe that having...
I am obliged for your favor covering the Clerks accounts. The affairs of Europe are changed since...
I suppose by this time sober hill is in great glory, at least if your spring has been forward in...
I do myself the honor to enclose you the minutes of the last week and to repeat my wishes to see...
By the enclosed Sketch of this weeks proceedings you find no great business perfected, or even...
I do myself the honor to enclose you a minute of the proceedings of Senate, the speech & answer...
I do myself the honor to write you on the subject of your own and your Lady’s health, which I...
What a sad lesson against anarchy is indeed my honored & respected friend to be learnt, in the...
At the closure of a long and very fatiguing Session, it may be some amusement to see the minutes...
I hope this will find you agreeably reposing at your pleasant Seat after a tedious and fatiguing...
I am hurt by your unexpected & I think unmerited resentment this morning, for I had not the most...
I do myself the honor to enclose you two Journals of Senate one same “ H of Reps. two copies of...
I do myself the honor to enclose you a letter from Mr Lee, with his acct. for your approbation;...
As there was a degree of heat not usual in Senate, when the question was taken on the second...
I intended to have observed to your Excellency, that upon what was intimated yesterday, I have...
You will pardon me for a few observations upon some apprehended arrangements by a Committee of...