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You will be surprized perhaps at receiving a letter from me—but if the end is answered for which...
With this you will receive the letter of your Aunt Lewis, to me. Altho’ I believe the ground she...
I have received your letter of the 22d Ulto—the former one, accompanying my Trunks, also came...
The enclosed letter was brought here some days ago. I desire you will present Mr Ryan’s note to...
Your letter of the 20th Ulto did not come to my hands until the 31st —Whenever you have occasion...
If royal gift will administer, he shall be at the Service of your Mares, but at present he seems...
I was from home when your Servant arrived, found him in a hurry to be gone when I returned, have...
Your letter of the 31st of Octr in reply to mine of the 30th of Septr came safe to hand. It was...
I condole most sincerely with you, my Sister & family, on the death of my Brother. I feel most...
In due course of Post, I received your letters of the 19th & 26th Ult.; and since, the one which...
A Mr H. Banks, of your Assembly is disposed to be kind to me or has some view of being so to...
Letter not found: GW to Bushrod Washington, 24 Dec. 1787. Letter listed in American Book Prices...
Altho’ I have little expectation that this letter will find you in Richmond I still send it...
Your letter of the 9th came to my hand last night. What the abilities of my deceased brother...
Mr Packet handed me your letter of the 20th—In one thing my sentiments are perfectly in unison...
The Man who lives in my House in Town is there, I am told, on curtesy; and was only to have a...
Among the first acts of my recommencing business (after lying six weeks on my right side) is that...
I have long suspected—but, such has been my situation for some years back, that I have not been...
I am sorry to think I have cause to accuse you of inattention to my requests. When you were at...
Your letter of the 13th instt with the enclosures, came duly to hand. I thank you for draughting...
Your letter of the 22d instt came to my hands yesterday afternoon. I thank you for the...
You are very welcome to a part of the Guinea—or Chinese Hogs which you saw at my Mill—But it is...
On Saturday last I received your letter of the 24th Ulto. Presuming that Mr Keith has sent you...
Since my last to you, relative to my Executorship of Colo. Colvills Estate, I sent, as therein...
Owing to some irregularity of the Post, your letter of the 29th Ulto did not reach my hands until...
Presuming that you have received my last, sent thro’ the hands of Mr Keith, with such aids as he...
The enclosed letter was sent to me from the Post Office with many others, & the Seal broke before...
We shall be very glad to see you & Mrs Washington here on thursday next, and my Chariot shall...
Mr King, our Minister at the Court of London—to whom I sent the Decree of the High Court of...
Mr Thomas Pearson, heir in tail to Simon Pearson his brother, has brought suit in the Court of...