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By the post which arrivd from the Northward yesterday I had the honour to receive under Cover to...
Mr Vidler the Architect of whom I had the honour to inform you when at Mount Vernon is the bearer...
The Bearer Mr Prager comes recommended in the Most handsome manner to the Delegates from the...
The very Short Stay the post makes at Annapolis precludes me the pleasure of acknowledging in the...
The Inclosed Copy of a Letter which I do myself the honour to inclose to you will perhaps give...
This days post brought me your favour of the 11th, which I have the pleasure of Answering from...
Having met with the Little Tract a Copy of which I do myself the honour to inclose to you in this...
When I had the pleasure to See you last Summer at Mount Vernon I believe I informed you in answer...
Mr Charles Philips who does me the Honour to charge himself with the delivery of the present...
An opinion prevails in South Carolina that the principal holders of Slaves in your State wish to...
The Legislature of this State having at this Present Session Elected the Honorable John Rutledge...
Mr Hugh Rose of this State will do himself the honour of paying his Respects to Your Excellency...
Mr Nathaniel Pendleton late District Judge of Georgia having quitted that State and as it is...
The communications you thought proper to make in your speech to both Houses of Congress, on the...
Philadelphia, January 18, 1798. “… The President having thought proper to dismiss Mr Tench Coxe...
A desire to fulfill the Wishes & to further the Veiws of a Friend who I most Sincerely Esteem and...
I obey the request of the Author of the within Scheme of a Review in presenting the inclosed copy...
I have been applied to by some friends whom I very much regard, to give a few Letters of...
I beg leave to offer you my Congratulations on your Election to the Office of the Supreme...
20 February 1812, Charleston. Mentions the recent and long anticipated death of district judge...