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I do myself the honour herewith to send you a letter from Mr. Fairfax the contents of which I beg...
I take the liberty of addressing your Excellency on account of Mr: Edgar Joel an American Officer...
I have taken the liberty to trouble Your Lordship at the request of Mr. McClanachan relative to a...
I beg your Attention, and particularly that of the Merchants, who are, as Individuals, more...
I have been honoured with your Lordship’s polite reply to the Letter I troubled you with upon the...
Your kind favour of the 18th Septemr., I was duly honoured with. In respect to Mr. Joel, he got a...
I shall without ceremony or apology proceed to inform you that agreeable to promise my best...
Encouraged by your politeness and attention I cannot forego the inclination I feel once more to...
I flatter myself that before this you have received a packet of papers which I directed to be...
I have been in anxious expectation of the honour of a reply to the letters I have presumed to...