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Yours by your son was a very agreeable letter. I rec d it last wednesday while at the...
You have very fairly & fully discharged your epistolary account of the preceeding year; which is...
I hope this will find you at Westminster. I congratulate You upon your late appointment; it was...
Your two letters of Ap r 27 th & June 26 th were duly received. The first at the President’s,...
In a late letter to the Marquis de La Fayette I mentioned my design of writing soon to your...
When last in town for a few days, I received your very obliging letter ; and, notwithstanding my...
I trouble you afresh from an apprehension that either your Excellency did not receive my letter...
Your obliging favor of Sepr. 2 was duly received. The books not being in sufficient forwardness...
From William Gordon From the generous encouragement you gave me in your answer to my first letter...
I promised myself the honour of being introduced to your Excellency by a letter which my friend...
I had proposed writing by the present opportunity, before I received your letter of Jany the 1st...
Your obliging favours of the 8th inst. were recd on the Saturday. From them I infer not only the...
I send under cover to Mr Hazard, that so it should not be known at the Coffee house, that I...
It is with concern I learn, that the old leaven, which brought on the late American troubles,...
Letter not found: from William Gordon, 7 Nov. 1785. GW wrote Gordon on 6 Dec. : “I come now, my...
The last week I had the pleasure of seeing Genl Lincoln, from whom I learnt, that You had been so...
Letter not found: from William Gordon, 18 Oct. 1784. On 3 Nov. GW wrote to Gordon : “The last...
Ringwood in Hampshire (97 miles from London) My Dear Sir Feby 16. 1789 I have at length finished...
Till now I have had nothing of late worth communicating, but the following extract from a Letter...
The leisure I have enjoyed for a few weeks past, has enabled me to look over my letters, from...
I find in my minutes the following story to have been reported, the truth or error of which I...
Have ⟨just reed⟩ your letter with the Contents written by Mr Mc⟨Henry⟩, & shall attend to your...
Your favour of Apr. 20th was forwarded from Boston in May, & was received the beginning of this...
In arranging the intelligence obtained from the inspection of your papers, I found that an...
My design of publishing is now in such forwardness, that I expect the proposals for the History...
This will probably be the last letter, you will receive from me till I have crossed the Atlantic....
It afforded me peculiar pleasure to learn, how your Excellency had secured your public character...
I hope your tour has proved satisfactory, & that the obstructions in the river are not...
I take the opportunity of a vessel for Boston, that so I may send in the speediest way some seeds...
I rejoice to find that your Lady has of late been troubled less than formerly with the bilious...
Yesterday I recd from Boston the box with the shrubs. They look as well as I could expect, & am...
Your obliging letter of the 10th instt was recd the last thursday. With the greatest pleasure I...