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You will pardon me for a few observations upon some apprehended arrangements by a Committee of...
I intended to have observed to your Excellency, that upon what was intimated yesterday, I have...
As there was a degree of heat not usual in Senate, when the question was taken on the second...
I do myself the honor to enclose you a letter from Mr Lee, with his acct. for your approbation;...
I do myself the honor to enclose you two Journals of Senate one same “ H of Reps. two copies of...
I am hurt by your unexpected & I think unmerited resentment this morning, for I had not the most...
As my present employment is laborious in addition to the disagreeable circumstance of...
I hope this will find you agreeably reposing at your pleasant Seat after a tedious and fatiguing...
At the closure of a long and very fatiguing Session, it may be some amusement to see the minutes...
What a sad lesson against anarchy is indeed my honored & respected friend to be learnt, in the...
I do myself the honor to write you on the subject of your own and your Lady’s health, which I...
I do myself the honor to enclose you a minute of the proceedings of Senate, the speech & answer...
By the enclosed Sketch of this weeks proceedings you find no great business perfected, or even...
I do myself the honor to enclose you the minutes of the last week and to repeat my wishes to see...
I suppose by this time sober hill is in great glory, at least if your spring has been forward in...
Fully impressed with a sense of your Goodness and Candor, I am induced to observe that having...
I am obliged for your favor covering the Clerks accounts. The affairs of Europe are changed since...
There is a standing order of Senate that I lay before the President of the United States, from...
Mr Otis’s compliments to Mr Dandridge and sends him for the use of the President of the United...
Agreeable to intimation I have been enquiring for accommodations for you but to no purpose unless...
I wrote you soon after my arrival that I had engaged you lodgings at Franciss Hotel, Two rooms...
Probably this will find you very happy with your Lady & family, to whom the residents at 198...
In answer to your favour of yesterday, when I hinted at keeping bachelors-hall together I...
Agreeable to promise I do myself the honor to inform you that the Senate have elected Mr Levermor...
After our agreeable journey we arrived here in the midst of Election, and by lies, abuse &...
On motion, Ordered, that the Secretary of the Senate lay before the President of the United...