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I received yesterday, My Dear General, your favour of the 17th Ulto—I have seen the Manufacturer...
Boston, 10 June 1791. Recommends for any “opening in the public line” Francis Cabot, his aide...
Knowing that your Excellency must be greatly burdened by the weight of public affairs and that...
Docr Oliphant was during the war at the head of the medical department at the southward —He...
A few moments since I arrived here on my way to New York the packet sets off at 3 oClock perhaps...
I received this morning your Excellencys very welcome favour of the 11th there on I beg leave to...
I was the last night honoured by the receipt of your Excellencys commission appointing me...
I consider, my dear General, that not only the happiness of the people under the new government...
Boston, 16 July 1789. “When I had the honour of addressing your Excellency on the subject of...
I was early convinced, upon your Excellencys retirement from public life, that too much of your...
I had the pleasure a few days since of receiving your Excellencys very kind favor of the 11...
I had the last evening the pleasure of receving your Excellencys very kind and welcome favour of...
I mentioned in my last that our Senators were chosen—This common wealth has been divided into...
I have been honour with the receipt of your two favors Octr— and the 14th Ulto—The information...
I have the pleasure of transmitting to your Excellency a publication containing a number of...
I have the pleasure of inclosing to your Excellency a political publication which lately made its...
I was my dear general a few days since in Boston where I had the pleasure of receiving your favor...
I have had the pleasure of receiving the several letters answers to those which I have had the...
I was this morning honoured with the receipt of your Excellencys favor of the 29th Ulto. Nothing...
I was the last evening honoured by the receipt of your favor of the 31st Ulto. Your feelings and...
New hampshire convention is setting the accounts are vague and uncertain things do not look as...
In my last I had the pleasure of announcing to your Excellency that we had adopted the reported...
The convention this evening ratified the constitution. present three hundred and fifty five...
Your Excellency will find by the papers of yesterday, which I do myself the pleasure to inclose,...
I have the pleasure of enclosend two news papers in which are the debates of the convention to...
In my last, I mentioned to your Excellency the critical situation in which I consdeered my son...
I have, my dear General, been some time in this town with my son Benjn who has been exceedingly...
I was honored by the reciept of your favour of the 7th Ulto, and your circular address by one of...
Mr Lear will have the honor of delivering this. I have the highest expectations that his services...
I was yesterday honored with the receipt of your Excellencys favor of the 16th Ulto. It is...