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With great respect I beg permission to address your Excellency and to Congratulate you on your election to the Chair of Government. The happy event of your accepting the appointment diffuses the utmost Satisfaction to every Friend of his Country. Without the foundation of any claim to the freedom of writing to you from being known to your Excellency, I take the liberty to inform you that I am...
I had the honor to receive your letter of the 28th ultimo. I sincerely Lament the ill success of my endeavours to restore to your Lady her servant on the request of Mr Wolcott—It had indeed become a subject of Anxiety to me on an Idea that her services were very valuable to her mistress and not readily to be replaced. My mode of proceeding then, was adapted to my feelings on the Occasion for I...