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Letter not found: from Thomas Law, 4 Feb. 1796 . On 10 Feb., GW wrote to Law: “Yesterday’s Mail...
The obliging Lre of congratulation in which Mrs Washington & you united, could not fail to render...
I took the liberty of introducing Mr Barry at Mount Vernon, he now waits upon you to inform you...
Eliza & I were looking at our houses when Mr Volney delivered to me the note of introduction from...
Since my arrival here, I have been rather unwell, but the kind attentions of Mrs Washington & the...
Mrs Stuart having written of her indisposition, Patty & Mr Peters & Eliza & I set off on...
I was yesterday morning walking about in search of ornament Carvers whose work costs two Dollars...
I respect & esteem you too much to intrude often upon your valuable time I am averse to lacerate...
I yesterday delivered a Lre into the Commissioners Office and returning from thence in company...
After one short week your mind will be absorbed in the routine of current business, & the...