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That I may not be thought inattentive to your favor of the 25th of Jany—which came to my hands...
In a letter which I addressed to you on the 15th of August, acknowledging the receipt of your...
Within these few days I recieved the honour of the letter Your Excellency has had the goodness to...
I beg leave to present your Excellency with a book I have published; &: to request that you will...
Your letter of the 18th of Jany was received about a fortnight ago. For the Annals which you have...
I must beg your acceptance of my best thanks for the book that accompanied your polite letter of...
I must begin this letter with an apology—no apology ought to be so satisfactory as the truth—and...
I am to acknowledge the rect of three of Your Excellencys letters which contain information so...
Extract of a Letter From Arthur Young Esquire To The President of the US. dated 17. Jan. 1793....
Having had occasion in some late communications to you, to speak of the District which has been...