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From the manner in which you have been pleased to communicate with me both verbally & otherwise I...
I have the Honor to enclose you a paper No. 3 on which the estimate was founded relative to the...
The present state of affairs appearing to require great circumspection, and the Secretary of the...
Mr T. Coxe presents his most respectful compliments to General Washington and has the honor to...
Having been informed by the Secretary of the Treasury, that you had been pleased to confide to me...
It is with the greatest hesitation that I contribute to the unpleasing circumstances that are...
I trust you will believe my solemn assurance of you, that a very painful sense of duty has...
The Secretary of the Treasury being absent from the seat of Government, I do myself the honor,...
I trust you will believe my solemn assurance of you, that a very powerful sense of duty has...
I have the honor to inclose to you a translation of a letter lately received by me from Genl...