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    • Gamble, Robert
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    • Madison, James
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    • Washington Presidency

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I herewith enclose a letter for Mrs. Payne as the most certain mode of her getting it safe. I thank you for your kindness in putting under Cover, two Newspapers of the 23rd: ulto. which Came safe to hand. The qualified amendment you made to Livingstons resolution, I observe has passed the house by a large Majority. The resolution as it first was offered, was, extremely objectionable. The...
Your esteemed favor of the 15th: is at hand Covering a Bank note of Fifty Dollars for Mrs. Payne, which I will deliver her, as soon as she returns to Town. Polly & her are gone to Mrs. Winstons in Hanover about a Week past. They are however expected back in a day or two—polly having promised to return in time for the next dancing Assembly night Viz the 25th . The several packets of letters for...
I have taken the liberty of enclosing to you a power of attorney to draw from the Treasury of the United states the sum of 54 Dolls. 39 Cents, being a dividend of 2 pr. Centum, re-imbursement, which was payable at The Loan office here Jany 1796. But owing to an ommission between myself & Mr. Hopkins the Officer of Loans—the Matter was overlooked till the time elapsed by Law—which requires all...