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I must apologize to you for the Liberty I take in addressing you as a Member of the General...
Were I certain that a Letter I addressed to you a few Weeks ago, by way of Virginia had been...
I have the Honour of addressing your Excellency on a subject which appears to me as important to...
In obedience to your Excellency’s Desire I now offer to your consideration some particulars...
I have taken the Liberty of sketching out the enclosed Articles which I beg leave to submit to...
This Letter will be delivered to you by my son in law John Randolph , who has resided in...
The solicitude which you have expressed in several of your communications to Congress for the...
My worthy and intimate friend Dr. Barraud proposing to take an Excursion into the upper parts of...
I have doubted whether I should take the Liberty of addressing a Letter to you on a subject which...
One who is personally unknown to you, and to whose Character you are probably equally a stranger,...