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Your welcome letter of the 20th. instant I did not receive till last evening, on our return from Mount Vernon, where we had spent a very agreeable week, and left General and Mrs Washington in perfect health. they often mentioned the President and your self much wishing to see you at Mount Vernon. I am truly happy to find my account gave satisfaction, as to Mr Daltons conduct in the affair of...
The contents of this letter I hope will be an apology for my intruding on You once more upon a disagreeable subject, that I hoped not to have occasion ever to mention to You again. I am very sorry to find a paragraph in my last letter had given You any Uneasiness. indeed my dear Madam it was not intended it proceeded from pity for the sister of a Man who I am sure must suffer much from the...
Indeed my dear Madam, I was very happy to receive a letter from you, after hearing you had been so very ill, at the time I wrote, I did not know you was so dangerously sick, or I would not have troubled you; That Health may be restore’d, that your days, may be free from Complaints, and that your nights, may be blessed with quiet sleep, is the ardent wish of your friend: I hope soon, to hear...