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As the inclosed contains details relating to your private affairs it is judged most delicate to...
I enclose you a small pamphlet which contains an Oration that I delivered in Savannah on the 4th...
As the time is appointed for the operation of our new Government, and as the attention of every...
As it would be altogether improper for me to anticipate any thing on the event which you suppose...
Bedford favored a triennial election and ineligibility after nine years because the executive...
As I flatter myself you will be seated in one of the senatorial Chairs of the United States, I...
§ From William Pierce. 12 February 1814, Wilmington, North Carolina. “The Petition of William...