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Letter not found: from Edward Newenham, c.22 May 1793. Newenham wrote GW on 7 June 1793, “I sent...
I need not say much in favor of my old Friend, Mr James Napper Tandy, who will have the Honor to...
I send this to Newry, as I see a Ship is to sail from that Port in a few days for New Yorke —a...
Permit me, in the warmest manner, to Introduce to yr Excellency, Mr Anderson, who, together with...
The enclosed was left behind by the Captain of Ship, who promised to take it along with the...
This day, I received most particular pleasure in a carefull & attentive reading of your address...
Indian Corn seems to engage so much of the attention of my Countrymen; and in good truth, has in...
A Ship having announced her Departure in two or three Days, I have sent to Dublin to muster up...
This day has been a Glorious day to the Rights and Liberties of the Metropolis, as we have...
It is, in my mind, an Age since I had the Honor and the real pleasure of a Letter from you—on my...