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Your letter of the 26th Ulto came to my hands by the last Post—and the object of this shall be...
You will be puzzled to acct for my long silence. The truth is, before I came to this City I...
In Consequence of your Application, I have this day issued a warrant in your Favor on the...
Vale Crawford died indebted to me—say One hundred pounds Virginia Curry—more or less. Previously...
Your favour of the 6th Ult. came duly to hand and I beg you to accept my thanks for the trouble...
I have, at this late period, to acknowledge the rect of your letter of the 22d of may last. The...
You are right in considering yourself not authorized by Law to accept on the Loan of the assumed...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 24 of July, enclosing a general statement...
You mention in Your Letter of the 22d. Instant that certificates have been presented to you on...
I have received your letter of the 29 Ulto and have forwarded the one enclosed to my Nephew...
I have recd your letter of the 26th of Octr and am much surprised to find that my letters to the...
Your letter of the 5th Ulto came duly to hand—The sum of £50 which you and Mr Ross have received...
I am apprehensive that further applications to Congress on the subject of compensation for the...
Previous to the reception of your letter of the 11th Inst. Colo. Biddle advised me of his having...
Your letter of the 9th of Feby was long on its passage to me; but my answer would not have been...
It would be more tiresome than interesting, to assign reasons for my not having acknowledged the...
The letter which you did me the favor of writing to me from Philadelphia the 9th Ulto came duly...
My last letter to you was so full, that I should not have troubled you again at this early...