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I have this morning received your favor of the 7th Inst and although I have not found time to answer your former Letters, I will give you a short answer to this, that you may meet with no delay or embarrassment in your proceedings— Although I may have been inclined to an opinion, that a Variation of the measures, might have more surely prepared the City for the residence of Government at the...
Although the sentiments and conduct of the people of Connecticut, as expressed upon all occasions by themselves at home, and their representatives in both houses of Congress, have been so unanimous and uniform in support of the government as to render their interposition at this crisis unnecessary, yet this address from the citizens of Hartford is not the less agreeable to me, or deserving my...