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    • Washington, George
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    • Fairfax, Sarah Cary
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Letters which I have just receivd from the President, and others from Winchester render it...
I have lingerd under an Indisposition for more than three Months; and finding no relief above, on...
When I had the pleasure to see you last, you expressd an Inclination a wish to be informd of my...
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The Inclosd came to my hands this moment—Colo. Carlyle desird after I had perusd the Papers, that...
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Yesterday I was honourd with your short, but very agreable favour of the first Instt. how...
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Do we still misunderstand the true meaning of each others Letters? I think it must appear so, thô...