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If I mistake not I have already acknowledged your favor of May 29. which brought the first...
I congratulate you & Mrs. Cutts on the event which has relieved your anxieties; the more so as it...
We are at length about to exchange Washington for Montpelier. The morning after tomorrow is fixt...
I have recd. your favor of the instant. I hope you will never withold a line to me when...
I have received your favor of with the pleasure I could not but feel in learning that the...
A letter just recd. by Mr[s.] M. from Mrs. C. informs us that you had set out on a trip for...
On my return from Boston I found your favr. of the 30th Ulto. from Montpelier, Yours of the 6th...
I enclose for your amusement a few papers of latest date. You will see that the Constn. has...
The Papers this morng from Boston have thrown a gloom over our countenances, as they respect the...
I have had the pleasure of receiving yours of the 25th. Ult: The rancorous opposition in some of...