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I have another favour to acknowledge in the receipt of your kind Letter of March the 4th. I did...
I am once more got into my native land and into the possession of my customary enjoyments...
I am sorry to find your letter confirms the accounts we have received of the depredations of the...
The receipt of your’s of the first inst. was peculiarly acceptable to me; the enjoyment of your...
35Indenture, 22 September 1774 (Madison Papers)
This Indenture made the twenty Second day of September in the year of our [Lord] one thousand...
My silence has been long & perhaps you will tell me unkind; but I plead your release from strict...
The pamphlets & letters you sent me were safely delivered about ten days after the date of them....
Agreeable to your request I waited on Mr Dunlap & stopd your paper [?] ours now follows [?] [ Got...
Your very acceptable favours by Mr. Rutherford arrived safe but I perceived by the date, had a...
I intend to throw this in the way of Mr David Hoopes who I hear is setting out for Philada. As it...
I would have answered your most acceptable epistle of the 20 Jany had not the conclusion given me...
This I expect will be delivered to you by the Revd. Mr Samuel Smith who will inform you of every...
Though the business that at present surrounds me on every side, makes writing inconvenient, yet I...