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After having kept your letter for so long a while, I am almost ashamed to send it you; but remaining only a few days in Paris, I had not time to pay my respects to you, as it was my intention to do. I did not send it by the post, as I was in doubt whether or not it was a letter of introduction to your Excellency. My delay, I trust, has not been a matter of importance. I have the honour to be...
Letter not found: from Thomas Smith, 26 Nov. 1785. On 28 July 1786 GW apologized for “not having acknowledged the receipt of your letters of the 26th of Novr. . . .”
Letter not found: from Thomas Smith, 19 April 1789. On 23 Sept. 1789 GW wrote to Smith: “I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the . . . 19th of April last.”
Letter not found: from Thomas Smith, 26 Oct. 1787. On 3 Dec. GW wrote Smith: “I have recd your letter of the 26th of Octr.”
Letter not found: from Thomas Smith, 6 Aug. 1788. On 15 Sept. GW wrote Smith : “Your favour of the 6th Ult. came duly to hand.”
Letter not found: from Thomas Smith, 11 Mar. 1788. On 3 April GW wrote Smith of “the reception of your letter of the 11th Inst.” GW should have written “ulto.”
Letter not found: from Thomas Smith, 17 Mar. 1788. GW wrote Smith on 3 April : “your letter of the 17th ulto has come to hand.”
Letter not found: from Thomas Smith, 9 Aug. 1786. GW wrote Smith on 22 Sept . that his letter “to me from Philadelphia the gth Ulto came duly to hand.”
Letter not found: from Thomas Smith, 22 May 1787. On 22 Feb. 1788 GW wrote Smith : “I have, at this late period, to acknowledge the rect of your letter of the 22d of may last.”
Major McCormick has this moment called on me in his way through this Place, & informed me that he means to go from Philadelphia by Mount-Vernon on his way home; as his company pursue their Journey in a quarter of an hour, I cannot have the honour of writing more than just to acknowledge the receipt of your Letter of the 7th of December—one Copy of which I received the Day before I went to the...