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I feel myself much gratified, and highly honoured, by the sympathy which you express with me on...
Such is the situation of this country, that I fear I shall be too troublesome in recommending to...
This will be delivered to you by my eldest son, who, together with my youngest, is following...
I take the liberty to introduce to you Mr Henrey Wansey, a person of the most respectable...
As I presume you are now at Philadelphia, and I have an opportunity of writing by a private hand,...
You are indeed very kind in expressing your wish to hear from me when all I can do is to ask...
I take the opportunity of my son’s going to Philadelphia to once more to beg your concurrence in...