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It may give you some pleasure to know from one who cannot be supposed to have any interest in...
Your late indisposition which has alarmed me not a little makes me more desirous than ever that...
Mr Eiclberger of this place informs me that he has petitioned for surveyor or other appointment...
About two years ago Mr Copeley an English manufacturer did himself the honor to pay his respects...
I am much to blame. I have neither congratulated you on your recovery from a dangerous illness,...
Mr McHenry begs the President will do him the honor to accept a small parcel of asparagus sent by...
Baltimore, 20 April 1791. Mr. Purviance has requested that his name be suggested for...
The letter you did me the honor to write which I had not received when I had the honor to see you...
I had the honor to recieve your letter of the 13th yesterday. The business of the maritime court...
My not writing has been owing to two causes. I was confined to my bed by a fever (remittent) the...
I do myself the honor to inclose you Mr Tilghmans determination which I received only to-day. I...
Fayetteville, Md., 7 Mar. 1793. Wrote that “Mr Wallace the gentleman who is to deliver this...
Letter not found: from James McHenry, 9 Aug. 1793. In his letter to McHenry of 28 Aug. , GW...
I have received to-day the following information from a quarter that may be depended on which I...
I have been requested by Dr Allison to mention to you Mr Robt McRea who removed some time ago...
(private) Sir. Fayetteville [Md.] 31 March 1794. I have very often troubled you respecting...
I ought to have mentioned in the letter which I took the liberty to write to you a few days since...
I am extremely obliged to you for your letter of the 8th and received the exposition of your...
It having been intimated to me that two of the commissioners for the federal City intended soon...
Before my setting out for the springs which will be on wednesday permit me again to bring into...
Mr John Kirwan has renewed to me his request upon learning of a vacancy in the office of Marshal...
In the event of a new arrangement in the judiciary department I beg leave to suggest to your...
I inclose you an exposition of the principles of a new bank proposed to be established in...
Well knowing how employed you must be at this moment I had not calculated on hearing from you...
I have this moment received your favour of the 20th, and am truely sensible of the sincerity of...
I resume the answer to your letter of the 20th which I acknowleged the moment after I received...
I received your favour of the 28th last night and had its contents immediately communicated to Mr...
Without pursuing any official form, (with which I cannot say I am yet acquainted), I take the...
As the cases of illegal captures under the British treaty ought to be determined by the laws of...
I have the honour to inclose you a letter just received from Gen. Wilkinson with sundry returns...