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My friend Mr. Giles will present you this. He is particularly desirous of being known to you. I shoud not presume so far on the degree of your acquaintance with which I have been honord as to introduce any Gentleman to your attention if I did not persuade myself that you will never regret or change any favorable opinion you may form of him. With much respect & esteem I am dear Sir Your obedt....
Mr. Marshall accepts with pleasure the invitation of Mr. & Mrs. Madison to dine with them on Saturday next at four Privately owned.
I have just received information of the death of my friend Judge Washington. I need not say how much I regret his loss. The official and friendly connexion between us would I think make it improper in me immediately to receive company. For this reason I have felt my self compelled to embrace the embarrassing part of withdrawing the invitation I gave for wednesday next. With great and...
Mr. Wattles is an artist from Baltimore who is desirous of taking your portrait. Although I am sensible of the numerous applications of the same character to which you are exposed, I can not refuse to introduce this additional applicant for the same favour. Mr. Wattles has placed me on canvass, and the likeness is thought remarkably good With great and respectful esteem I am your Obedt RC ( ViU ).