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Your kind Favour of the 18th Ult. came safe to Hand. the oblidgeing Manner in which you accepted...
I have intended for several Letters past, but as often forgot It, to ask whether It would be...
Your two Letters of the 28 Ult. were handed to Me by Colo. Hooe, on my Way from Eltham. I am much...
I am really ashamed of my long Silence: which has been owing altogether to the Want of Meterials...
In my Last I informed you, of Mr Henry’s Purchase of my Estate in King & Queen; He is very...
The bad Weather has detain’d Me at this Place untill this Day. I shall now begin my Journey as...
I did Myself the Pleasure to write you two Letters before my Departure for Williams[bur]g by a...
Having been disappointed by a Series of Accidents in visiting you the Winter past, I am now...
It is with much Pleasure I inform you of the safe Arrival of a French fifty Gun Ship, in Hampton...
When I last did Myself the Pleasure of writeing you, I was in so great a Hurry, that I believe my...