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The total ruin in which my private fortune is involved, and my inability for want of Capital to...
If you have not heard from me since the lamentable cata s trophe which befell your mercantile...
I have had the honor to receive your very friendly letter, and I pray you to accept my sincere...
In Publick life those to whom we render the greatest service are little sensible of it. Those...
The Federal Republican Continues to wage War against you, and takes advantage because you have...
I am to thank you for your favor of May 24. covering the reply of the Native Virginian born in...
I had the pleasure to recieve your kind letter of the 10 th Ins t yesterday—M r George Hill is...
Your favor of June 16. is recieved, altho’ I have almost universally declined embarrassing the...
you will have from the late mininstrations to South America and Spain—The opinion of the Senate...
All history tells us that the minister who attempted to reduce the public burthens, by the...