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I cannot but with heartfelt anxiety think of your leaving so soon your sincere friends, together with your humblest of servants. However reluctant, we must acquiesce, since it is the resolution of one of the first and best of men. Your extreme goodness and generosity will pardon any impropriety in this small Address since the motive rises from the overflowings of a gratefull heart. Let me...
I have the honor of Conveying by an unexpected opportunity my most sincere & dutifull respects to your Excellency & a gratefull heart that is Fully sensible of the innumerable obligations your unmerrited favours has laid me under, therfor your Excellency’s native goodness will pardon any presumption that may seem in this; My prayers shall at all times be most devoutly, for the health &...
I rec’d yours pr Governor Clinton—and can but say I receive the greatest Honor in your kind Acceptance of the Grottesque Work. I know not in what manner to apologize to your Excellency for my boldness in enclosing Mr Whites Letter in this, but my reliance on your goodness so often experienced—My Circumstance has obliged me to quit the City and dispose of my House—I have put some dependance in...
With the utmost respect I have the Honor to address your Excellency and return my sincerest thanks for your kind interposition in my business with Mr White —I shall never be able to recompense with my poor services the many obligations your goodness lays me under—for still I am afraid Necessity forces me to be troublesome, I beg your Excellencys patience to hear my numberless misfortunes I am...