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I am sorry I was not at home yesterday, to have complied with your request, in sending a...
I send you translations of two letters only—the third written by a Merchant, is so full of the...
It was my misfortune soon after my arrival here, to be confined for several days by sickness;...
I yesterday made the contract you desired me, for oats, with Mr Savage, at two and six-pence the...
As nothing could be transacted in a more favourable manner for the estate; than the way in which...
It gives me much pleasure to inform you, of the very auspicious manner, in which the serious...
I am informed by Mr Pendelton one of the Auditors, that it is unnecessary to lay your claims...
The daily expectation I have been in of meeting with some one bound for Alexa. who could take...
I acknowledge my omission in not informing you, in my first letters of the passing of an act in...
I shall take steps immediately for discharging your taxes on the best terms—I have written to Mr...