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I think myself much obliged to You for the flattering Preference given Me, in thinking Me a...
Altho’ I have already return’d an Ansr to yr obliging Letter of the 30th ult: by a Servt of The...
I have just Time to put a Cover over The Enclosed, & to add to the Informa[tio]n I suppose Mastr...
I do not recollect that Mastr Custis has had any Return of the Pain in his Stomach, which I told...
I am much concern’d for Mastr Custis’s Indisposition, wc. yet I foresaw, & shd have told You so,...
I have been much concern’d that it has not been in my Power to spend a few Days at Mount Vernon,...
Letter not found: from Jonathan Boucher, 17 April 1769. On 24 April GW wrote to Boucher : “Your...
In Consequence of your Lr, Mastr Custis now waits on You; & as this is a pretty busy Time with Us...
It gives Me infinite Uneasiness to find myself under a Necessity of making a disagreeable...
I felt so strongly the Truth of your Remarks, that I took Shame to my self for having reduc’d You...
There are some particular Circumstances in my Affairs, at this Juncture, which make Me desirous...
So hurried as You know Me to be at present, I flatter myself You will not even now expect more of...
Letter not found: from Jonathan Boucher, 13 Aug. 1770. On 15 Aug. GW wrote to Boucher : “Your...
Jack comes a Day or two sooner than I intended, in Consequence of an Invitation from Mr Galloway,...
I much wish’d to have accompany’d Jack, but cannot: & what is worse, We part on an Uncertainty,...
I thank You much for your Intimations respecting Master Custis. Were all Those who have the Care...
I do very cordially sympathize with M⟨rs⟩ Washington in the uneasiness I can easily suppose She...
I feel much Heart-felt Satisfaction in having it in my Power to inform You that Mr Custis is now...
I have seldom found myself worse disposed to write, than I now am; being exceedingly displeased...
The Season of Suspence, I thank God, is now over & Mrs Washington, without the Fears that wou’d...
I am sorry to have thrown any additional Difficulties in your Way, respecting the Affair of Mr...
I have seen your Letter to your Son, &, I will own to you, it has given Me a sensible Concern....
By some means or other, Joe contriv’d to miss Me in his Way thro’ my new Parish, tho’ I was...
I now take the Liberty of enclosing to You Mr Custis’s Account for the Year & half that He has...
I congratulate You, & the World with Us, on our Restoration to a temperate Zone: for, in Truth,...
At length I have seen an Abstract of the Will of The Lord Baltimore: more absurd, & more vexing...
I send Joe over on purpose to let you know that The Govr & Mrs Eden will not wait on you this...
It is certainly expedient to remove Mr Custis to some Place of publick Education, and speedily....
I hardly remember ever to have been more surpris’d, than I was a few days ago, on being informed...
I persuade myself, You & Mrs Washington, as well as the hospitable & good Family You are in, will...