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Though I anticipated the pleasure of hearing you would be chosen President; yet it was confirmed...
A sincere desire of promoting the good of the United States, & not merely my own concerns, will,...
Though I rejoice whenever I receive a letter from You, & think myself highly honored by it; yet I...
I write, to testify the continuance of my affection; & to express my hopes, that before the...
When I wrote on the 8th of Feby last, I had no thought of addressing You so soon after. But the...
The renewed choice of your Excellency to the Presidentship was what I expected; & I was much...
Your benevolence is so well established, that no apology is needful for my introducing to your...
The goodness of my intention will apologize for the present letter. The purport of which, I...
Judging there is an advantage from knowing the particular tempers of those, with whom we have to...
Your ardent, persevering, & disinterested patriotism, from the commencement of the American...
This will be presented to You, as I hope, by the nephew of Mrs Gordon, Mr Oliver Field; who from...
It is with peculiar pleasure, that I contemplate your having been preserved to the present...
The most cordial congratulations attend your Excellency on your firm & successful conduct during...