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The President of the United States is much obliged by Doctr Thornton’s polite attentions, and...
I have lately been informed that your Secretary, Mr Lear, has taken his departure for England, on...
I have laid before my Colleagues my Sentiments relative to the propriety of raising the...
Letter not found: from William Thornton, 24 July 1795. On 29 July, GW wrote to the commissioners...
In dissenting from the Memorial of the 24th Instant which my colleagues sent to you by the last...
I address you at this time with the greatest reluctance because I know that the weighty concerns...
Your Letter of the 4th Instt addressed to the Board of Commissioners, I had the honor of...
I have been favoured with your letter of the 1st instt and thank you for the explanations &...
Our Principal surveyor Mr Freeman has applied to us to recommend him to an Appointment for laying...
In consequence of a correspondence between Mr Scott & Mr Robert Gilmor of Baltimore, and a...