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Since writing two Letters to his Excely. concrning Mr. Wm. Smyth. I have learned for a certainty...
Upon the reception of your Commands I examined the papers that were in the hands of young Mr...
Since sealing my Letter to your Excellency I recollect to have mentioned that I know nothing...
I find by the General Orders of this Day that the Court is ordered to proceed no further in my...
I am afraid that my parting words with you yesterday might possibly convey a meaning wch. I did...
On my arrival here finding that a tide was likely to make strongly for Mr. Burr, I grew more...
I can not see a necessity for Mr. Burrs having cause to consider you as unfriendly to him. The...
The inclosed was left with Mr. Hazard to forward but was carelessly mislaid & forgoten. I do not...
The Petition which you was so good as to shew a friendly concern for (to benifit by the final...
After waiting a long time for further materials, the Travels of my kinsman are now prepared for...