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Your letters of the 23d of Septr & 15th of Novr came duly to hand. You may inform Mr Haines that...
Your good humour of the 3rd, which made me laugh heartily, has fairly driven me out of the field,...
I have the satisfaction to congratulate you on the near approach of the evacuation of New York,...
Your letter of the 26th of Jany, & duplicate thereof, both coming by the way of James river, were...
Since my last, written about a fortnight ago, and put into the hands of General Duportail to be...
An honest confession of the truth, is the best apology I can make for my not acknowledging the...
I had the pleasure to reply to your Letter of the 15th of October to go by the Post before the...
I stand indebted to you for two letters, one of the 8th of September—the other of the 9th of...
I wrote to you on the 3d Ulto and as I have not received any answer to my letter of that date, I...
Your letter of the 15th of Augt from Bath, only got to my hands on Sunday last. The one alluded...
The letter with which you were pleased to honor me, dated the 17th ult., & the enclosure, came...
Your favor of the 30th Ulto did not reach me until last night. Except it is by chance, letters by...
The letter with which you were pleased to honor me, dated the 26th Ult., came duly to hand. By...
The Express who brought me the resolves of our Assembly, & is going to Annapolis with dispatches...
I have received the freizes for the doors and windows which I think are very pretty together with...
Your favor of the 17th enclosing two Patents for 5000 Acres of Land on Rough Creek in Jefferson...
Sometime ago Mr Muse informed me by letter—that he expected an order for the delivery to him of...
I will thank you for presenting the enclosed. If it is not immediately paid, or a moral certainty...
Vale Crawford died indebted to me—say One hundred pounds Virginia Curry—more or less. Previously...
If the Account I handed to you respecting the treatment of Captn Asgill (in confinement) has not...
Your favor of the 29th Ulto came duly to hand, since which I have received a letter from Mr...
The bearer hereof—the Honble Judge Harrison of Maryland—is hereby authorized to take possession...
On the 8th of last month I wrote to you for 70 yards of Livery Lace, of which I was in immediate...
That I may be perspicuous & avoid misconception, the proposition which I wish to lay before you...
Have you heard from Annapolis since Monday? Have the Commercial Commissioners met? Have they...
The Gentleman who will present this letter to you is Major Baylies of Massachusetts—Son in Law to...
In acknowledging the receipt of your obliging favor of the 3d Ult., permit me to thank you for...
Should this letter reach you in time, the purport of it is, to beg your care of the enclosed to...
When I had the pleasure to be at your house last Summer you shewed me a triangular harrow with...
I thank you for your favor of the 16th of June by the Marquis de la Fayette, who arrived here...