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In a letter which, I had the pleasure of addressing to you lately, I mentioned my private...
Your letter dated in London the 24th of Septr has been duly forwarded to me by your friend Mr...
I have recd your letter of the 6th of Septr together with flower-seeds accompanying it for which...
I have received your favor of the 13th of July and 28th of Septr. I am pleased to hear of your...
Mr Lund Washington having expressed a wish to quit business & live in retirement & ease, I could...
Altho’ I am so great a delinquent in the epistolary way, I will not again tread over the usual...
In my absence from home on a tour up this river, to view the nature of it & to direct the...
Since my last to you, I have been favored with several of your letters, which should not have...
I am indebted to you for several letters; & am as much so for the Fish you kindly intended, as if...
The last post brought me your favor of the 18th ulto, & gave me the pleasure to hear you were...
Letter not found: to William Gordon, 10 Aug. 1784. On 30 Aug. Gordon wrote to GW : “Your obliging...
Every aid which can be derived from my official papers, I am willing to afford, & shall with much...