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I beg Leave to introduce to you M r: Thaxter, and to recommend him to your Benevolence— If very...
I return you the Generals letter on the Subject of his nephew. Tho’ a troublesome Charge to have...
AL (draft): Library of Congress; incomplete press copy of LS : American Philosophical Society I...
The Grand Committee, to whom was referred a Motion of the Delegates of Massachusetts respecting...
[ Boston, 3 July 1784 . Entry in SJL reads: “Rob. Morris. Drew on him in favor T. Russel 700.D....
A grand Committee of Congress is now engaged in preparing estimates of the necessary federal...
Your very interesting Letter of the 17th Inst. with the Accounts Inclosed having been Committed...
It is always with reluctance that I trespass on the time of a person whose every moment I know to...
When your favor of the 23d Ult. was sent here from the Post Office, I was at Fredericksburg (to...
I heard to day, with great pleasure, that Mrs Morris & you intended to Princeton; and would be...
Enclosed is your Warrant on Mr Hilligas, endorsed—I thank you for the trouble you have taken to...
I have the satisfaction to congratulate you on the near approach of the evacuation of New York,...
A brother of mine (Father to Mr Bushrod Washington, who studied Law under Mr Wilson) is desireous...
By the charming Polly Capt. Ellwood I forward you a perfect model of the plough which was sent to...
The account we have frequently received (from one body and another) of Mrs Morris & your coming...
Your favor of the 15th did not reach my hands ’till the 27th. I will delay no time in...
I pray you to receive my thanks for your favor of the 5th and for the obliging attention which...
Letter not found: to Robert Morris, 14 Oct. 1787. On 25 Oct. Morris acknowledged “the receipt of...
I will thank you for putting the letter herewith enclosed into a proper channel of conveyance....
Permit me to assure you in unequivocal terms, that the proposed visit of Mrs Morris, and such...
I have been favored with your letter of the first of last month, by Doctr Gilpin & Mr Scott—Mr...
When the Men inlisted for the War were sent home on furlough, not being able to do without a...
I give you the trouble of this letter at the instance of Mr Dalby of Alexandria; who is called to...
Herewith I give you the trouble of receiving the account of my expenditures in Philadelphia, & on...