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I have but lately received your kind Letters of the 3 d and 21. of Dec r. — They were like cold Water to a thirsty soul.— While I acknowledge your and your Brothers goodness in writing to me, I am afraid I ought to make an Apology to both, for having written so seldom to You. The late Elections to Congress have gone in general in favour of the Fœderal Government, in the Senate especially. The...
If this letter should ever get into your hands, it will be placed there by a nephew of mine, Colo. Wm. Augt. Washington who will be on his way to Boston with a view of fixing two of his Sons at the Andover Academy. Your kind attentions to him if he should take New York in his way, will much oblige Dear Sir   Your Affecte. friend Present me to Mrs. Hamilton ALS , MS Division, New York Public...
Letter not found: to Edmund Randolph, 21 April 1795. On 26 April, Randolph wrote GW: “I have the honor to acknowledge your favor of the 21st instant.”
On the 16th instt, at Baltimore, I met your letter of the 10th; and the next day forwarded it to Mr Cabot, as the most certain mode of making your ideas known to Judge Philips; who seemed desirous of being made acquainted with your determination respecting your sons, as soon as the nature of the case would admit. Whether the information was conveyed in Judge Philipss letter to Mr Cabot...