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Though the distance at which we are removed deprives me of the benefit of personal acquaintance...
I know not in what Manner sufficiently to thank you for your kind offices . It is happy that...
Having entered into some engagements with our worthy Friend Mr: Thos. Adams for Mr: Jordan by...
Have received yours by Col. Lewis’s Man, and find he has not deliver’d my mesage as I directed,...
I have heard of your Loss [and] heartily condole with you, but am much pleased with the...
When you were at Col. Lewis’s my Heart was with you, but something more than a Punctillio, for it...
I sent a Message to you by Mr. Steptoe offering you a small tract of Land laying between your Old...
Since my letter of yesterday, I have looked cursorily over all the charters in my office. Of...
Though I have wrote you and Mr. Walker twice, yet I am at a loss to know whether any of my...
This I have left at the Forest to remind you of your obliging promise and withal to guide you in...