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Accept my heartiest Congratulations on thy advancement to the secretary’s office. My Mind has for...
Thy Letter of the 6th of last Month I received with all the pleasure that arises from every...
As the desire of an Acquaintance with those whom We have been long accustomed to esteem, is a...
Thy Letter of the twenty first was recieved the Day before Yesterday, and as I value thy Esteem...
When I wrote lately by Dr. Vaughan , my sole Intention was to gratify him knowing his high...
A sense of thy services to our Country, and the satisfaction I have received from our...
Thy late Communications to Congress are so important to the wellfare of our Country, and such...
This Letter will be delivered by Archibald Alexander , prothonotary of this County, a Man of...
Gratitude, a Duty pleasing even to a deeply wounded Heart, prompts Me to present my Thanks as a...
Accept my heartiest Thanks for thy late Message to Congress , carrying in it Communications of...