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I have been duly honored with your Excellency’s favors of the fifth tenth and eleventh of July— I...
I do myself the Honor to enclose the Copy of a Letter which I have just written to Mess rs....
I am honored with your Excellency’s favor, of the twenty eighth of July, from Amsterdam; for...
I have not any Letters from your Excellency which are unanswered except those of the twenty first...
R EFERRING you to the annexed circular Letter from the surviving Partners of the late House of...
ALS : American Philosophical Society You have above an extract of a letter from the Honble Mr....
Copy: Library of Congress I am to acknowlege the Receipt of your Favors of the seventh of March...
ALS : Hobart College Library This Letter will either be delivered or forwarded to you by a most...
LS : American Philosophical Society; copy: Library of Congress I do myself the Honor to enclose...
LS : American Philosophical Society; copy: Library of Congress Colo Harmar the Bearer of this...
LS and L : American Philosophical Society; LS : Independence National Historical Park; copy:...
Three LS : Yale University Library, American Philosophical Society, Historical Society of...
In acknowledging your Letters of the fourth & tenth of last month I must pray you to accept my...
Having no Intention of entering again into the details of Mercantile Business, on the receipt of...
The Gentlemen who will have the honor to deliver you this Letter are from the West Indias they...
I received in due time the Letter you were so obliging as to write me of the 1st February and am...
I did intend to save you the trouble of sending up the ten Dollars advanced to Jno. Fairfax on...
I am happy to confirm what Mr Dalby will have informed you off, the Successfull Issue of his Suit...
The Public Papers have announced Your consent to serve as a Member of the Convention to be held...
That you may not think me guilty of Neglect, I acknowledge the receipt of your obliging letter of...
My detention here having been so much longer than expected, the Season in which Mrs Morris...
Having been honoured with the receipt of your very obliging letter of the 2d Inst. I waited to...
The enclosed letter will probably deprive you of the Company of your guests sooner than you...
I had the pleasure to meet Mrs Morris & my Children at the Bowling Green about two oClock on...
Capt. Stephen Gregory the bearer of these lines being called by business to Dumfries, cannot...
Letter not found: from Robert Morris, 5 Jan. 1789. On 15 Jan. GW acknowledged Morris’s “favor of...
This will be delivered by Mr Charles Thompson, who has the honour to be charged with the Public...
Mrs Morris & myself accept most chearfully, the polite & Friendly invitation with which Mrs...
I have received your Excellency’s Letter of the thirty first of last Month enclosing a Copy of...
I beg Leave to enclose you a Letter just now received from the Viscount De Noailles—I learn from...