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Sincerely commisserating the distresses of the Citizens of Charleston, occasioned by the late...
With sincere pleasure I acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 26th Ulto—learning by it...
(Confidential) My dear Sir, Philadelphia Jany 22d 1794 Although I am not encouraged by the joint...
Not being able to recollect with certainty, whether I expressed to you my ardent desire that no...
The Officer of Secretary of State has become vacant by the resignation of Mr Randolph. Is the...
Private Gentlemen— Columbia [S.C.] May 24th 1791. An address to you jointly on a subject of the...
The situation of Affairs, and the interests of this Country as they relate to France, render it...
When Major Pinckney was here (returning from Philadelphia) he expressed the earnest wish of the...
The enclosed letter, which is under a flying seal, and the plough, which accompanies it, are...
Your favor of the 20th Ulto from Mulberry Grove, came duly to hand, and would have received an...