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In the first place I must introduce my very particular friend Mr. J. B. Cutting as a Gentleman of...
London, 18 Sep. 1787 . Introduces Benjamin Parker, nephew of Daniel Parker, a student at...
The Bearer Mr. Stewart was an officer in our troops during the war and some time under my...
London, 8 Oct. 1787 . Acknowledges TJ’s letter of 28 Sep. ; would be “much flattered if Congress...
Permit me to introduce the Bearer Dr. Walker a young Gentleman from Virginia.—Nothing new has...
By introducing the bearer Mr. Daniel Parker (who I think you encountered once at my lodgings in...
I have been honoured by the receipt of your Letter of the 13th. ulto. and notice the alarm of...
I wrote you by Mr. Littlepage on the 4th. inst. That Letter contains an account of Cash recieved...
After sincerely wishing you many happy returns of the season, I take the liberty of introducing...
I have received yours of the 31st. of Decr. ulto. and cannot express my astonishment sufficiently...
Calculation and Business only I have received your favour of the 2d. inst. and will attempt to...
I wrote by this evenings post and attempted to explain in a satisfactory manner our account. I...
I wrote you last fryday’s post and by Mr. Parker on Saturday. In the former, I find I left out,...
I accidently encountered Mr: Kissam the young Gentleman who came passenger in the last Packet...
Letter not found: from William Stephens Smith, 1 Aug. 1788. GW wrote Smith on 30 Aug. : “I was...
I have been honoured by the receipt of your friendly Letter of July the 16 th . I supposed, that...
It is with particular pleasure I communicate to you the joyfull news of M rs: Smiths safe...
I am really ashamed of myself for the total silence I have observed since my arrival in America,...
M r: Bourne has this moment waited upon me and informs, that he has been honoured by the senate...
I had the Pleasure of receiving your letter of the 10th. inst. the last evening, and should have...
I flatter myself you will put a proper Construction upon my silence hitherto, and rather...
I have the happiness of informing you that M rs: Smith and the Boys are in high health and that...
Permit me to introduce to your acquaintance Mr. Blodget, tho’ I believe you may recollect seeing...
It becomes my duty to state to the President, that when I visited England the last winter, I...
I should have long before this answered your affectionate Letter of Congratulation on my return...
The information I gave you relative to M r. Hammonds official Character at the moment of your...
The arrival of Mr Hammond and the Objects of his Visit to America, will doubtless be made Known...
M r. Bond delivered your Letter of the 20 th. of april I should have answered it sooner, but I...
I have the honor of informing you of my arrival last night from England in the Portland Packett,...
[ Philadelphia, February 28, 1793. The account of a cabinet meeting on March 2, 1793, reads: “The...