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I hope your Excellency by this time has recovered the fatigue of your Great work in the Convention which must afford the Greatest satisfaction when his Excellency hears as I have done for five hundred miles where the people seem so well satisfied of the new forms of Governement—principly in the Expectation to have at their head the first legislature. I hope Lady Washington to whom I prefers my...
owing to a months absence of this place, I did not received your Excellencys favour of the fifth instant till yesterday by which i am sorry to find the Majors son died. In consequence of your Excellencys Good conseil i shall ⟨renew⟩ my devotion I intend the 8th of next month to Go from Petesburg to the sweet springs and remaine till September from there to Charlestown and next january Embark...
Since I left the seet of his Excellency, I met with several misfortunes the first I have been burried almost in the mod at dunfries and near falmouth since that time to much devotion Carried me in to another, two weelks ago in amelia Cunty on my way to church (in compagny with a number of ladies on horse back) to heard a sermon to be preached by a foreign clergyman one of their horses made a...
i should have wrote thre weks ago to your Excellancy had not mr Rumsey deceivd me in his departure from this place. probably he suspected my informing you of the situation of your Building—which he has not done well—Colo. jno. Washington and Mr Georges Lewes agree with me in oppinion of mr Rumsey performance. should your Excellancy proper to write to me i shall get it at the post office in...
i have this day only—had the honour of your Excellency’s favour of the 28th march owing i supose to the neglect of the Post office in not forwarding it to me before now i can not sufficiently Express the high sence i have of your Excellencys polite and frindly attention to the care of my Cavallry i am at a loss for words to Express my Gratitude for the new offer of the services of yr horse...
the letters of introduction your Excellency was pleased to honor me for frederiskBurg and Richmond have all been delivered, in consequance of them i have received Great civility from Mr Fitzhugh, General Spotswood, the attornay General, Mr harrison spiker of the house of delegates, Mr Carry, speker of the Senate, and Mr George weeb; i have dine or Engage’d to dine with Every one of this...
among the many civilities I had the honor of reciving in your Excellencys family there was one which little master George frequently showed in lending me his blue horse when I had occasion to ride—I have been so fortunate since my return to this City as to meet with a little red horse which I beg to have the pleasure of presenting to him as a token of my regard. this little horse is just big...
I have the honor of taking my pen to apologize to your Excellency for my not waiting on you in Virginia at so Early a period as I had stipulated. the Extrime severe weather added to my not having fully Complited some private arrengements which are absolutely necessairy before I take my departure from this City have hitherto prevented a[n]d will for a few days Longer, delay my journey for your...