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I am in hopes before this you are arrived at New York in perfect health—our mutual friend Mr Jeremiah Allen tells me he paid his respects yesterday to Mrs Adams, and she was very well—if during your absence I can be of any service to Mrs Adams or you, it would give me great pleasure—permit me to mention Mr Thomas Melville the present Naval Officer for this port, if you can be of any service to...
I lodge this Letter with the Pilot at the Light House to deliver you, which will inform you that I have given him the directions to hoist a Signal which will be known at the Castle, from whence I am to Receive notice of your Arrival, & where I have lodged Lodged orders to pay you every mark of distinction in my power when you pass the fort—My Coach shall be at the end of the Long Wharff for...
My feelings as a private Friend, & the very great personal regard for Your Excellency with which I have been penetrated ever since I had the Honor of an Acquaintance with you, would by no means allow me to see you retiring from your important Employments without paying you my particular Attentions. But when as a Public Man, warmly attach’d to the Interest of my Country, I consider the nature...