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Your avocations have been so numerous & important since your entrance into office that I have not...
Private. Dear Sir, New York, January 11th 1790. Altho’ it is not in my power to enter so fully as...
I had the honour of writing you by the Maria some weeks ago —since which I have heard that...
I have had the pleasure to receive your letter of the 14th of June and a few days after a...
Upon my return to this City I found your obliging letter of introduction which had been...
I had the pleasure to receive your Excellency’s obliging letter of the 8th instant last evening....
Hearing that Colonel Washington will set out in a few days to meet you at Waccamaw, I take the...
I beg leave to remind you that I shall expect the honour of your company at dinner on Thursday at...
(Duplicate) Dear Sir Charleston [S.C.] 18th August 1791. I am much pleased to find by our last...
I had the honour to write you lately by the Delaware since which an occasion makes it necessary...
I wrote you lately on the subject of the unfortunate situation of St Domingo & the application...
If a law should be passed during the session of the Legislature for the government of the militia...
I have the pleasure to inform your Excellency that your letters of the 18th of August & 20th of...
To a Gentleman of your information it would not be new to say that the Marquis of Landsdown was...
Letter not found: to Charles Pinckney, c.15 Dec. 1791. In a letter to GW of 8 Mar. 1791 , Charles...
(Private) Dear Sir Charleston [S.C.] January 8: 1792 I am to lament that my absence from this...
My absence from Charleston has prevented my acknowledging sooner your favour of the 8th inclosing...
(Private) Dear Sir, Philadelphia Jany 31st[–20 February] 1792. I had the pleasure to receive your...
I have the pleasure to acknowledge the receipt of your letters of the 8th of January and their...
I have the honor to enclose you copies of Letters from General Pickens and Colonel Anderson on...
(Private) Dear Sir. Charleston [S.C.] October 14: 1792 I have the honour to inclose you copies of...