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A few days since, through the Channel of our Minister in London, I was favoured with the receipt...
As far as time and circumstances have enabled me to attend to the subject, I have given your...
Your favours of the 21st of June and 3d of August last, have both been received, and are entitled...
I have given the scheme which you put into my hands for renting some of my land on the Great...
As the present year is about to close, it is my desire that all the accompts from the...
Observations in going over Mr Andersons Accounts 1. That there is no Cash A/c raised in his...
It would seem by the reply you handed to me yesterday, in explanation of the observations I had...
Your letter of the 19th inst. has been received, but not with the surprise it would otherwise...
In replying to your letter of yesterday, the following answer, and sentiments are given. Whilest...
Your favour of the 8th of February came safe, and would have received an earlier acknowledgment...
I am too much hurried and perplexed by the variety, and importance of the correspondence which I...
Circumstances may render it necessary for me to make a journey to the Seat of Government: and...
By the way of Boston, I have just received a letter from Mr Richd Parkinson, dated “Liverpool...
I am not certain that I perfectly understood (when I was speaking to you on the subject the other...
Mrs Washington passed a good night—is clear of a fever to day—and is taking the Bark—which I hope...
In a hasty note which I wrote to you on Sunday last, I informed you, that as soon as time and...
The indisposition of Mrs Washington—Dispatches of a troublesome kind, which required all my...
When you intimated to me your son’s wish to Rent my Distillery & Mill next year, and your...
River-Farm Crops for, & operations thereon, for the year 1800 Field No. 1—Is now partly in Wheat....
I did not know that you were here yesterday morning until I had mounted my horse, otherwise I...