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Your letter of the 24th, with the report, is before me; & such observations as occur, shall be...
Letter not found: to George Augustine Washington, 24 Dec. 1785. On 3 Feb. 1786 George Augustine...
As soon as I got your letter announcing your intention of spending the Winter at Charleston I...
I am very sorry to find by the last letters from Mount Vernon that you continue indisposed —My...
After short stages and easy driving, I reached this City on Sunday afternoon. Only 4 states—viz....
Not having received any letter from you last Week (by the Post which arrives here on Thursdays) I...
My last letter to you, was dispatched without the enclosed; wch was forgot at the time of Sealing...
Having given very full & ample details of the intended crops—and my ideas of the modes of...
For the benefit of exercise, I left the City at 5 Oclock on Sunday Morning, and did not return in...
Your last letter of the 27th ulto came in due course of Post, and gave me the pleasure to hear...
I have received two letters from you at Barbadoes, & three from Burmuda. The last informing me of...
Your letter of the 22d is before me. If the outer doors of the New room are adapted to receive...
This, in acknowledgment of your letter of the 2d of this Month, is probably the last letter I...
It is natural for young married people, who are launching into life, to look forward to a...
Letter not found: to George Augustine Washington, 8 Dec. 1784. On 25 Feb. 1785 George Augustine...
The extreme heaviness of the roads occasioned by the late rains, and gullied situation, prevented...
This letter is in acknowledgement of yours of the 5th Instt —and painful indeed it is to find...
Giles bringing the enclosed from Alexandria & presuming it was on the business he was sent about,...
I have your letter of the first before me. In a late one, you have said, that application had...
I am sorry to find by your letter of the 28th Ulto that you have had a return of your old...
Your letter and report came to hand in the ordinary course of the Post. I do not recollect how I...
The only design of this letter is to acknowledge the receipt of the letters from Mount Vernon of...
In my last I acknowledged the receipt of your first letter; and I have now to do that of the 20th...