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By a resolution of the General Assembly of Virginia, the President and Directors of the Literary...
If the most ardent hopes and wishes of your countrymen, cou’d have availed you wou’d have been...
This letter will be delivered to you by M r Arthur Brockenbrought, who I anxiously hope you will...
My reason for mentioning to you this Morning the subject we conversed about, was that this is the...
I am about to take a liberty with you, that I hope you will pardon. Before I do, I beg you to...
On account of the uncertainty of what cou’d be gotten from the Banks, after writing to you, I...
I have delivered your letter to Griffin , who has been to see your estate since you left...
At the beginning of the session we cou’d have carried any plan connected with the repeal of the...
The President once mentioned to me that he expected he shou’d find it necessary to remove the...
I feel great reluctance in giving you this trouble, of what I consider a personal application....
Mr. Rawlins the Gentn. who will deliver you this letter, is anxious to obtain an appointment in...
I enclose two notes which I beg the favour of you to endorse for me & return by the first mail. I...
I arrived here on friday last, after all the information I have been able to collect I have...
Most unexpectedly to me, my son Robert , writes me from Washington , “ that he had received such...
By the last mail I had the pleasure to receive your favour of the 6th. instant. I feel myself...
I last night had the pleasure to receive your favour of the 26th. of march, your letter was...
After the indecent attack that was made upon you in Congress in the course of the last Session,...
Nothing could induce me to give you so much trouble, but a belief that your desire to serve our...
I had the pleasure to receive your favour of the 2d. instant at this place a few days past. When...
I had not the pleasure of receiving your favour of the 22d. of Apl. until the day before...
I most anxiously hope the almost unanimous wish of your country men, may induce you to consent to...
Most sincerely do I wish, both for the public interest and for your sake, either that our...
I have the honor to inform you that you are appointed one of the Visitors of the Central College...
I have had a conversation with Genl. Sumpter in Genl. terms about his country man P—y . Sumpter...
Mr. William Robertson a very respectable gentn. has been advised to go to Europe for his health,...
Under cover to M r Dandridge I enclose two notes which you will be so good as to endorse, and...
When I was in Richmond lately, it was said Judge Griffin, wou’d probably, never be able to take...
When I had the pleasure of seeing you I forgot to deliver the inclosed. I wou’d not give you this...
When I accepted the office of Collector of this port, I was very much influenced by a wish to...
I find from a conversation with Mr. John Montgomery, that it wou’d be very grateful to him, to...