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Your last letter, with its accompaniment, came safe to my hands on tuesday last. Enclosed you will receive Sixty dollars in Bank notes of the United States. In addition to which, I pray you to accept my thanks for the ready attention which you have at all times, paid to my requests; and that you will believe me to be, with esteem, Sir Your very Hble Servt ALS , DLC:GW , series 9; copy, DLC :...
Your letter of the 6th and the box which accompanied it came safe to hand. The contents of the latter were perfectly agreeable to me, and will, I am persuaded, answer the end proposed very well. Enclosed I send you Twenty dollars in payment for them and the repairs of the old ones, and, etc. P.S. That I may be certain that this letter and its contents has got safe to hand, be so good as to say...
Letter not found: to John Greenwood, 4 Sept. 1791. Greenwood wrote GW on 10 Sept. that “I Received yours dated the 4th by the hand of sr John Jays son.”
I must again resort to you for assistance. The teeth herewith enclosed have, by degrees, worked loose and, at length, two or three of them have given way altogether. I send them to you to be repaired, if they are susceptible of it; if not, then for the purpose of substituting others. I would thank you for, returning them as soon as possible for although I now make use of another sett, they are...
Your letter of the 23d instt came to me this morning. The tooth that formerly went into the hole (that is now filled up) has been out many months; which was the cause for putting in the artificial one. If it was not sent with the rest, I know not what has become of it; nor is it material, as the one which supplies its place answers the purpose very well. Not knowing whether you mean to make a...
Your letter of the first of May and the box which accompanied it came safe, and duly to hand on the eve of my departure for Virginia; which is the reason why I have not acknowledged the Receipt of them sooner. The contents of the latter (with the alterations which were necessarily made) answered very well—and enclosed you have, in Bank notes, twenty dollars, the sum I have usually sent you,...