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I am sorry to inform you my setivation is as such. I am indebted to a man in this town about 45....
Received philadelphia. 7th. April. 1792. of Alexander Hamilton Esqr. Forty five dollars which I...
To-morrow what is requested will be done. ‘Twill hardly be possible to-day . “Reynolds Pamphlet,”...
I am sorry to be the barer of So disagreeable. an unhappy infermation. I must tell you Sir that I...
I am sorry I am in this disagreeable sutivation which Obliges me to trouble you So offen as I do....
I must now for ever forbid you of visiting Mrs. R any more I was in hopes that it would in time...
I am now under the necessity of asking a favour from you which if Can Oblige me with the loan of...
It is utterly out of my power I assure you ’pon my honour to comply with your request. Your note...
Your Goodness will I hope overlook the present application you will infenately Oblige me if you...
Inclosed are 50 dollars, they could not be sent sooner. “Reynolds Pamphlet,” August 31, 1797 ....