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I flatter myself you will put a proper Construction upon my silence hitherto, and rather...
I have the happiness of informing you that M rs: Smith and the Boys are in high health and that...
Permit me to introduce to your acquaintance Mr. Blodget, tho’ I believe you may recollect seeing...
As I find the duties of your office can be executed by a deputy during your absence, and the...
I shall not entertain you with public affairs, because you will learn the state of them from the...
Although we have reason to expect, and hope for your speedy return, yet I would not let so good...
It becomes my duty to state to the President, that when I visited England the last winter, I...
Give me leave to congratulate you and my daughter, as well as your venerable Mother, and her and...
I have received since my return to this place the letter which you were so kind as to write on...
I have recieved, since my return to this place, the letter which you were so kind as to write on...