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Letter not found: from Thomas Law, 4 Feb. 1796 . On 10 Feb., GW wrote to Law: “Yesterday’s Mail...
Yesterday’s Mail brought me your letter of the 4th Instant; and that of Saturday announced from...
By letters recd from Hope Park, dated the 22d instt, we are informed that your Marriage with Miss...
The obliging Lre of congratulation in which Mrs Washington & you united, could not fail to render...
I took the liberty of introducing Mr Barry at Mount Vernon, he now waits upon you to inform you...
Eliza & I were looking at our houses when Mr Volney delivered to me the note of introduction from...
Since my arrival here, I have been rather unwell, but the kind attentions of Mrs Washington & the...
Mrs Stuart having written of her indisposition, Patty & Mr Peters & Eliza & I set off on...
I was yesterday morning walking about in search of ornament Carvers whose work costs two Dollars...
I respect & esteem you too much to intrude often upon your valuable time I am averse to lacerate...