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I came Home ⟨ mutilated ⟩ Yesterday, when I re⟨ mutilated ⟩ Me with the time of Yr Brother ⟨...
I fully intended to have waited on You this Evening at Belvoir, but find myself so very unwell...
I take the Liberty to address You on Behalf of my Neighbour & Your old School-fellow, Mr Piper;...
Your Favour of the 29th Augt did not come to my Hands till yesterday: as I did not see the...
The Bearer (my Cousin French Mason) waits on You with an Acct I recd from Capt. Trent, amounting...
The Bearer French Mason, a Relation of mine, has an Inclination to serve his Country upon the...
I am favour’d wth Yrs of the 8th Inst. ⅌ French Mason, & am perfectly satisfied wth the Justice...
Inclosed You have my Survey of G. Brent’s Pattent: when I came to look over my papers, I found I...
Inclosed is the Scheme I promised You for altering the Method of replevying Goods under Distress...
Letter not found: from George Mason, 9 April 1768. The letter is listed in the Henkels catalog...
I have Yr Favour of this Day, inclosing the Resolves of the Merchts in philadelphia &c. which I...
Upon looking over the Association, of which I sent You a Copy, I have made some few alterations...
As it is too common to put off what it’s supposed may be done at any Time, I delayed drawing the...
I have Your Favour, returning the Deed I sent you, which I have not had an Opportunity of...
The embarrass’d Situation of my Friend Mr Jas Mercer’s Affairs gives Me much more Concern than...
To his Excellency the Governor and the Council of Virginia. The Memorial & Petition of George...
My Friend Colo: Harrison (who is now at Yr House) promised to spend a Day or two with Me on his...
I return’d from Maryland but last Night, not being able to leave Mrs Eilbeck sooner, & don’t know...
I shall always think my self obliged to any Friend to communicate wth Freedom & Candour whatever...
I have at last finished the Potomack River Bill; which I now send You, together with some very...
I had wrote the inclosed Letter last night, & was just sending my Man off with it, & the other...