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Permit me to join my prayers, with those of your discerning and Virtuous Fellow-Citizens, that...
I had the honor of writing to your Excellency last week by Captain Geddes bound to Philadelphia,...
I would not omit the first opportunity of expressing the Additional obligation your Excellency...
This day has been a Glorious day to the Rights and Liberties of the Metropolis, as we have...
Though my Letters cannot be worthy of taking up a moment of your Time, when you are to materialy...
This day, I received most particular pleasure in a carefull & attentive reading of your address...
In January last I had the Honor of writing to you & committed it to the Care of a Gentleman, who...
This Season reminds me, that I ought to trouble you with a few Lines—in order to convey my most...
A few days past, I had the Honor of writing to you by a Ship from ⟨Nuny⟩, expressing my most...
I wrote to your Excellency last December, which I hope you receved; it contained the account of...
Permit me, in the warmest manner, to Introduce to yr Excellency, Mr Anderson, who, together with...
A Ship having announced her Departure in two or three Days, I have sent to Dublin to muster up...
My last (per the Nymph, Vickers) forwarded you all the Important Debates on the Popery Bill;...
Letter not found: from Edward Newenham, c.22 May 1793. Newenham wrote GW on 7 June 1793, “I sent...
I fear our Letters have lateraly been capturd, or lost, as I have not had the Honour of a Letter...
To the mind of a most Sincere & unalterable Friend, it must appear a Length of years Since I was...
It is, in my mind, an Age since I had the Honor and the real pleasure of a Letter from you—on my...
The enclosed was left behind by the Captain of Ship, who promised to take it along with the...
It is in my mind an Age since I had the Honor of a Letter from you—I have often wrote by...
I send this to Newry, as I see a Ship is to sail from that Port in a few days for New Yorke —a...
It appears an Age to me, Since I had the Honor & Sincere pleasure of a Letter from you; my pen...
I need not say much in favor of my old Friend, Mr James Napper Tandy, who will have the Honor to...
I congratulate you & all your Virtuous Fellow-citizens on the conclusion of the Treaty, which is...
It gives me real & heartfelt concern to mention, that it is an Age Since I had the Honor &...
Indian Corn seems to engage so much of the attention of my Countrymen; and in good truth, has in...