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I now set down to write to my dear Uncle as I have not wrote to him since he left this place I...
I have received your letter of the 21st instant, and shall always be glad to hear from you—When...
I with pleasure sit down, to inform my dear Uncle, that I recieved his kind, an[d] affectionate...
I now take up my pen to write to my dear Uncle, I hope you arrived safe in Philadelphia, and at...
I hope my dear Uncle will excuse my troubleing him again, Aunt Lewis has desired me to ask you...
I now embrace this opportunity of writeing to my honour’d Uncle, to thank him for the money he...
Letter not found: to Harriot Washington, 25 Sept. 1793. On 16 Nov., Harriot Washington wrote to...
I receiv’d My Honor’d Uncle’s letter, of the 25 of September and am now seated, to return him a...
I hope My dear Uncle will excuse my troubling him so soon again, but as he is the only Freind, on...
Letter not found: to Harriot Washington, 3 Feb. 1794. In her letter to GW of 9 Feb. , Harriot...