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I am perfectly satisfied with your determination respecting the Negroes—The money will be...
I feel my self exceedingly obliged to you for the full, & friendly communications in your letters...
I thank you for asking my commands to Fredericksburg. It is not my wish to be your competitor in...
As your last letter of the 3d insta. places me on better ground with respect to seed Barley your...
As we are now on the verge of the middle of Feby and the season is fast approaching when the...
On the 3d of Novr I had the honr of addressing your Excelly a letter, of which the enclosed is a...
It is now two or three months since I requested, in very explicit terms, that if my flour was not...
At length I have received the sheriffs acct against me for Taxes—a copy of which I enclose you....
I forgot, in the letter I wrote to you the day before yesterday, to request the favour of you to...
When the enclosed was written, I knew nothing of Georges intention of visiting Berkeley. The safe...
I have just received your letter of the 4th inst. and the 50 pounds sent by Mr A. Morton. Mr...
In consequence of your communication to George Washington, of your want of money, I take the...
You will receive by the Stage the body of my Gold Pheasant, packed up in wool agreeable to your...
Your favor of the 30th Ulto came duly to hand. To give an opinion in a caus of so much importance...
Colo. Wadsworth has handed me your obliging and much esteemed favor of the 20th ulto for which I...
I must beg the favor of you to give the bearer (Mr Lear a young Gentlemen who lives with me) a...
Dear Sir—Your favour of the 15th, with the seed of the honey locust came safe to hand, and claims...
Letter not found: to Jeremiah Wadsworth, 20 Feb. 1787. In the Collector, September-October 1956,...
Letter not found: to Alexander Spotswood, 22 Feb. 1787. On 5 Mar. Spotswood wrote : “Your Favr of...
Your letter of the 26th of Jany came duly to hand. I am much obliged to you for your good wishes,...
The Gentleman who does me the honor of presenting this letter to you, is the Reverend Mr...
I have reed your letter of the 24th Ulto & the receipt for Messrs Josiah Watson & Co. bill of...
Accept, my dear General Knox my affectionate thanks for your obliging favors of the 29th, 30th, &...
Letter not found: to George Steptoe Washington, 27 Feb. 1787. On 2 Mar. George Steptoe Washington...
Whatever sum Colonels Gilpin and Fitzgerald think proper to order, or the state of the treasury...
Colo. Wadsworth, as I informed you in my last, presented me your obliging favor of the 30th of...
Will you permit me to give you the trouble of making an indirect, but precise enquiry, into the...
By your letter & Acct of the 22d of Feby 1786, there appears a balance in my favor of fifteen...
Although I gave the greatest credence to your acct of the talents & good behaviour of Mr Lear,...
I am indebted to you for two letters: The first, introductory of Mr Anstey needed no apology—nor...