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I had the pleasure a few days since to receive your favour of the 11th inst. and was happy to...
Almost immediately after I had dispatched my last, I recieved yours of 31 st December, and was...
During my recess in Virginia Mr. Jefferson put into my hands to be forwarded to you, your Letter...
I must again resort to you for assistance. The teeth herewith enclosed have, by degrees, worked...
I would have you to understand Mon tres cher Monsieur that my eyes have recovered all their...
I received with great pleasure your letter of 20 Nov. I acknowledge that I was disappointed at...
I received your late letter in due time. You seem to be of opinion to defer to a future period...
1797 January 20th Dr. Mansion house for the work of 8 hands Amt ⅌ Week 48 days Cr. By hauling Hay...
A natural inclination to a free Country, and principaly to that of america of which to the...
The Memorial of George Frederick Stume formerly a Citizen of Mayence but now of the City of...
You had a right to expect an earlier answer to your favor on the subject of my proportion of Mr....
The House took up the resolution for direct taxes on land and on slaves reported by the Committee...
13[Diary entry: 20 January 1797] (Washington Papers)
20. Wind at No. Wt. Colder than yesterday—clear until evening then cloudy.