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Tho’ I am apprehensive that you may be fatigued with Letters of Recommendation, yet I cannot...
I have been honoured with your favour of the 25th of April, but have not yet had the pleasure to...
I am honored with your Favor of the 15th Inst. & beg you to accept my best Thanks for your polite...
I wrote to you on the 24th of last Month, in Answer to the Enquiries you requested me to make, &...
The Society for promoting Agriculture, lately established in this City, having done themselves...
Consequent of your first letter respecting Mr Vancouver, & his proposed publication, I wrote to...
The honor which the Society for promoting agriculture, lately established in the City of Philada,...
As I am confident that every Thing, that appears likely to be of use to our Country, will be...
I have had the honor to receive your favor of the 10th ulto together with the wheat from the Cape...
In looking over the list of premiums proposed by the Agricultural Society of Philadelphia I...
It would have afforded me great Pleasure could I, at this Time, have answered your Queries as...
The Revd Mr Griffith, who will present this letter to you, is possessed of much property in the...
You will readily acquit me of any Neglect in performing the Promise made in my last, of sending...
The letter which you did me the honor to write to me on the 10th Instt came safely to hand, and...
I have now to acknowlege the Receipt of your Letter, of May 25, in Answer to mine inclosing Col....
Genl Washington presents his Compliments to Mr Powell and would, with much pleasure, dine with...
In a letter which I have lately had the honor to receive from Arthur Young Esqr. Author of the...
I have just seen the Coach-painter, whose prices are as follows chariot Ground that is painting...
I pray you to accept my thanks, for the trouble of your enquiries into the prices for Painting,...
As I am sure it will afford Pleasure to Mrs Washington and yourself to hear of our safe Arrival...
With much pleasure we received the acct of the safe arrival of Mrs Powell & yourself at...
I had, this Day, the Pleasure of your very obliging Letter, for which I return you my best...
Having nothing, either interesting or entertaining in these parts to communicate—our faces being...
On board Capt. Ellwood, who sails for Alexandria Tomorrow, I have shipped an Arm-Chair for you,...
About three Weeks, or a Month, since I did myself the Honor of writing to you and informing you...
It was many days after the receipt of your obliging favour of the 9th ult.; by the Post, that...
Although I had not forgot the promise I made you, respecting the Spanish Chestnuts, yet I am glad...
Permit me to introduce the bearer, Mr Fairfax, to your acquaintance & civilities. He is the Son...
A few Days since I had the Pleasure of hearing from you by Mr Fairfax, whose Modesty &...
I have taken the Liberty to enclose a Letter for your Nephew, in which I know not how far I may...
The letters which you did me the honor of writing to me on the 6th & 26th of last month, came...
In my answer to the Enquiries made by Major Jackson, when last in this City, respecting the...
I am sorry to find from your favor of the 9th, that you have had cause to recall the report made...
I have the pleasure to acknowledge the receipt of a letter, which you have been so good as to...
The Bearer hereof Mr Robert Parrish, an Inhabitant of this City, informs me that his Journey to...
Inclosed I send you the Act of the Legislature of Pennsylvania which I mentioned Yesterday...
Agreeably to your Request, I have now the Pleasure to send you an Extract from my Letter to...
The Speaker of the Senate of Pennsylvania will have the Honor to wait on the President of the...
I feel much obliged by your kind offer of one of the tubs of Grape Vines from Madeira. If the...
The President of the United States requests the pleasure of the company of the Speaker and...
Genl & Mrs Washington return Complimts to Mr & Mrs Powell, & beg leave to inform them, that they...
Letter not found: from Samuel Powel, c.28 Mar. 1793. Tobias Lear, in a letter to GW of 29 Mar....
The President and Mrs Washington present their complimts to Mr & Mrs Powell—and (agreeably to Mrs...
By one of the late ships from London, I have received from Mr Arthur Young two sets of his...