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I take the liberty of troubling you on behalf of a Cap t Joseph Millar , stationed at...
I feel myself bound in candor to communicate to you the step which the dangers impending over our...
I take the liberty of informing you that this Day I have Shiped for you one Cask of ____ on Board...
I recieved in due time the cask of biscuit you were so kind as to send us, and which we found to...
Honr d Frind I now take L the of Liberity of informing you—this Day I have I informed shiped on...
To the General assembly of Virginia the Commonwealth of Virginia the petition of Joseph Miller of...
I have the pleasure to announce to you that your bill is passed; so that you may now take...
yours of the 17 I Rec d yesterday I Rec d with Pleasure— M r Murry has Sent me a Copey of the Law...
I Rec d your Frendly Letter yeasterday an for the Truble I have Given you I am ashamed of I...
I returned from Bedford a few days ago, which has delayed the commencement of our malting till...