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It is with the profoundest respect I presume to approach your Excellency on this most happy...
I have received with satisfaction your favor—congratulating me on the happy return of Peace, &...
I cannot but with heartfelt anxiety think of your leaving so soon your sincere friends, together...
I have the honor of Conveying by an unexpected opportunity my most sincere & dutifull respects to...
I rec’d yours pr Governor Clinton—and can but say I receive the greatest Honor in your kind...
As no person can judge better, of the qualifications necessary to constitute a good Housekeeper,...
With the utmost respect I have the Honor to address your Excellency and return my sincerest...
Letter not found: to Samuel Fraunces, 21 Sept. 1792. GW wrote Tobias Lear on 21 Sept. from Mount...
I received your letter last Evening —and it gives me the greatest Satisfaction that my conduct...