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The particular care which you have taken in furnishing horses to bring Mrs Washington from...
Permit me, with Sentiments of the Sincerest Respect, to Express the grateful Sence I have, Of the...
Sensable of the important Conerns, which Surround the President, I feel a diffidence in Offering...
Urged by the impression of Duty, And That Irrisistable impulse which, Arises from the...
Conscious of the delicacy, As the importance of the Subject—If Unfortunately in this Address, I...