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When I received your Letter of Yesterday it was too late to go out, or I should have instantly...
I have received your Letter of the 10th Instant, in which you inform me, that you have drawn...
As some of the Circular Letters to the Collectors of the Different Ports containing an...
4[Diary entry: 17 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 17th. A little after Sun-rise we left Fairfield, & passing through Et. Fairfield...
Seventeen Miles east of Camden [Conn.] Gentlemen, October 17th 1789. The Kind congratulations,...
Could any acknowledgement, which language might convey, do justice to the feelings excited by...
Altho it is the Highest of Presumption in Such unworthy object as me to dare to approach your...
Our ship arrived here this evening, and if the wind permits we shall sail tomorrow. I cannot do...
By the Cato, Capt. Seton, bound from Havre to New York, I had the honor to address to you four...
Our ship has arrived here this evening, and if the wind permits we shall sail tomorrow. We have...