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Having accommodated my Family in this remote quarter of the Country, I wish to renew a...
Your favour of the 12th. of July was safely deliverd to me by Mr. Craig. I accept with pleasure...
Two Days ago I received your favour of the 23. of August. Having only an Evening’s leisure after...
By Colo. Muter I troubled you with a short Line; and now have only Leisure to thank you for the...
Letter not found. 15 March 1786. Printed copy of Memorial and Remonstrance enclosed. Mentioned in...
I embrace the Opportunity by a Neighbour bound for Richmond, where I expect this will meet you,...
The Hurry of our Supreme Court forbids my now writing to you as fully as I wish to do. At present...
For want of a safe conveyance, I omitted acknowledging your favour of the 5th. of January last...
20 April 1804, Kentucky. “Mr. Harry Toulmin informs me that a Judge is to be appointed for a...
22 February 1805, Kentucky . “I have just received information that my friend John Coburn of this...