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General Washington presents his Compliments to Mr Sayre and requests the favor of his Company at...
The importance of clearing the river & the necessity of doing so immediatly induces me to offer...
The round of company in which I have constantly been, & other circumstances since I had the honor...
When I did myself the honor of laying before your Excellency such thoughts as then occur’d to my...
Some particular circumstances prevented my sending your Excellency the inclosed papers sooner. I...
Convinced, that your Excellency will be unanimously chosin President of the United States of...
I did myself the honor of writing you, more than once, some time since, when in England —I am...
I had the honor of sending you a short narative of my past conduct, as it respects the public, by...
I did myself the honor of writing you in octor last—stating, in part, what had been my conduct &...
I do myself the honor of inclosing the Copy of a Letter, which I address’d to your Excellency, in...