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By this time I presume My Dear General you have returned to your ancient residence. I had the...
I inclose you a couple of letters from Mr. Carter one for yourself, the other for Mr. Kenlock....
It is an age since I have either written to you or received a line from you; yet I persuade...
I acknowlege myself to have been unpardonably delinquent in not having written to you before; but...
General du Portail being on his way to the Northward gives me an opportunity to write you; which...
There has just been unfolded at this place a scene of the blackest treason, Arnold has fled to...
When you ask my opinion as a friend, I must always act the part of a true friend, however...
I thank you kindly for your candid reply. I confess my self unable to write a milder letter upon...
Have you received any directions from The General concerning some espontoons to be brought from...
The horse I borrowed of you the other day giving out while we were on Staten Island, my servant...