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This is the first moment I have found myself able to acknowledge the Receipt of your Excellency’s obliging Letter of the 11th Ulto and to express the grateful Sense I entertain of the concern which you are so kindly pleased to express for my Recovery. The severity of my Disorder had so far abated as to enable me to leave my Room and attempt a little moderate Exercise: But after two or three...
I with great pleasure embrace the first direct opportunity that has offered, to acknowledge the receipt of your Letters of the 15th and 28th December; the former covering Mr Morris Notes to the amount of 2080 80/90 Dollars. Mr Gouv. Morris has also informed me that a Warrant in your favor for 857 52/90 is lodged in the Office of Finance, with directions to transmit it to me —I will take care...
Letter not found: from George Clinton, 12 Nov. 1784. On 25 Nov. GW wrote to Clinton : “A few days ago I had the pleasure to receive your favor of the 12th Instt.”
Letter not found: from George Clinton, 26 Dec. 1784. On 5 April 1785 GW wrote to Clinton : “Your other letter of the 26th of December came duely to hand.”
I wrote you on the 26th December inclosing a Deed &c. which I hope came safe to Hand. In that Letter I also mentioned my having shipped on Board of a Vessel bound to Suffolk several small Articles for your Excellency, the Gentleman to whom they were addressed has since advised Colo. Walker of their safe arrival at that place, and promissed to forward them by the first safe Conveyance, so that...
⟨ Mutilated ⟩ more than probable that, when the Result of the late Election for President of the United States shall be disclosed, your Excellency’s Presence will be required in this City—Under this Impression permit me Sir to sollicit the Honor of your Company at my House until suitable Accomodations can be provided for you—Should Mrs Washington accompany you, it will give additional Pleasure...
I have been honored with your Letter of the 25th of last Month—I begg leave to assure your Excellency that had you found it convenient to have given us your Company at my House, instead of being Burdensome, it would have afforded my Familly the highest Pleasure and Sattisfaction. We must however acquiese in your Determination, and I do it with the less Reluctance as I observe the Arrangments...