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I thank you for asking my commands to Fredericksburg. It is not my wish to be your competitor in...
The shallop I ordered your nuts and trees by, has arrived here and brought up one package—there...
I have your letter of the 31st octr besides the pleasure we all feel in knowing the health of...
Apprehending the escape of the season before your vessel may arrive, I have got the favor of Mr...
I had the pleasure of hearing from you last week, and have complied with your wishes respecting...
Accompanied by the Marquis de la Fayette, Captn Grancheau & the Chevr Caraman, I am just arrived...
I did myself the honor to write to you some days past: since which an Arabian stud horse has...
In my last letter I detailed the eastern commotions and communicated my apprehensions of their...
You desired to hear from me now and then, when I left Virginia. I obey your wishes with pleasure,...
I have not written to you for a long time having nothing important or agreable to communicate....
The misery of my situation in consequence of the continued ill health of Mrs Lee, has prevented...
Your friend and servant, the patriot and noble Greene is no more—on the 19th June after 3 days...
Since writing my last I have an opportunity of sending the small box given to me by Mr Gardoqui...
It is with reluctance that I trouble you on any matter of a private nature, but the peculiar...
Your favors of the 3rd & 11th inst. are both at hand. The last came first—the first only two days...
I had provided for you all the forest trees we possess except the cypress worthy of...
I am indebted to you for your several favors of the 1st 11th & 17th instt, and shall reply to...
Ascribe my silence to any cause rather than the want of friendship, or to a disinclination to...
Your very polite reply to my two letters reached me a few days past. It is impossible for my mind...
I had the honor of your letter four days past, and would have sooner replied but waited in the...
(Private) Dear Sir, Mount Vernon Septr 22d 1788 Your letter of the 13th instant was of so...
Under cover of your favor of the 21st of April, which came duly to hand, was a letter from Arthur...
I did myself the pleasure of writing to you on the 15th Since which the meeting have concluded...
In the full confidence you receive my letters as testimonials of my unceasing respect, and from a...
By Col. Humphrey I had the pleasure to receive your letter acknowledging the receipt of the china...
at length the new govt has received the last act necessary to its existence. This day Congress...