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Your Excellencys favor of the 11th came safe to me this day. I shall have no objection to act in...
Coll. Godfrey being so unfortunate as to have his only son taken prisoner is very unhappy on...
Mr. Rowland comes down on a Business of very great and pressing Importance which he will...
Norfolk, 24 Aug. 1791 . The justices there desire to know how to “proceed when call’d on by the...
I was in the moment of my departure from Philadelphia for Virginia when I recieved your favor...
This will be handed to you by Mr. Jas. Taylor a Nephew of Doctor Taylors and Mine and Grandson to...
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of mr Newton to order, for him, 4. barrels of the Hughes’s crab...
Doctor Butler a particular acquaintance of mine has for the benifit of his health resolved to...
Mr. Arthur Lee of Norfolk has requested me to nominate him to you for the offices either of judge...
Messrs. Adam and John Cornicks sons of respectable farmers of Princess Anne County are about to...