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Letter not found: from William B. Harrison, 21 Feb. 1799. On 5 Mar. GW wrote Harrison : “Your letter of the 21st of Feby ⟨ha⟩s ⟨bee⟩n received.”
I have Recevd yours of the 4th of Novr a fue days Since & Embrace the first favourable oppertunity to answer the Same, I am Sorry to hear my tenants Near your Mill has disturbd you a gain (when Mr Robert Lewis Calld on me I promisd him to move them and Set a bout it but found they had a Lease given them by Colo. Russell which did not Expire for three years after at the end of which term...
I have Recevd yours of the 10th Instant & Return my Sincear thanks for your spontanious favours to me & will do my Self the Honor to take a bed with you & accept the Services of your Clerk to Survey my Lands[.] on the 14th of may I shall be down for that perpose I Expect & have no doubt but I can get Chain carriers amongst my tenants it is out of my power to be down sooner if that Time will...
This day I met with your Letter of the 4th Instant in the office of this place I do not know precisely the number of Acres I hold in the track of Land aloded to my Self I did under take to Survey it once at which time you did me the Honor to ride & Show me the Beginning Corner & after that you Left us we proceeded to search for Lines & Corners for two days at last quit witht doing any thing &...
Faquire County for government for Senat of State Colo. Peyton 447 for Congress Genl Blackwell 422 for State assembly Wm Clarkson 386 dto Elias Edmonds 376 1631 Against Government offerd for Congress Nicholas 196 dto Senat of State Elzey