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I am afraid my silence since I came to this place has giv’n you some reason to suspect me to be...
I did myself the pleasure some time since of writing to you; and I expect by this time you have...
Letter not found. 29 May 1785. Mentioned by Grayson in his letter to JM, 27 June 1785 . JM to...
I have recieved your favor of the 29. May acknowledging the receipt of my first letter, though...
Your favor of has come to hand; I am sorry to hear the doctrine of paper money begins to rear up...
I opened your letter directed to Colo. Monroe in the first instance, & forwarded the inclosed...
I have recieved your letter dated at Philada. & shall forward the in-closure to France in the...
The President being this moment about to set out for Virginia obliges me to be very short at...
On inquiring at the Office for F. A. I find it is uncustomary to give copies unless by special...
I wrote you by the last Post, since which other letters have arrived from the gentleman therein...