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Treasury Department } the 1790. [to be left out—or pro last read 1790]    The Secretary of the...
I have received your several Letters and should have been glad of the opportunity to have served...
I received, with particular satisfaction, and took an early opportunity of imparting to Congress,...
I received with particular satisfaction, and imparted to Congress the communication made by the...
In order that you may be fully informed of the situation of the frontiers, and the prospects of...
You will please to excuse me for Troubling of you on a private Matter—the case is this. I am...
I had the ho[nour to re]ceive your favor, covering the Commission which includes my name in the...
I received with particular satisfaction, and imparted to Congress the communication made by the...
The late application of Mr. Brown to Congress which has been referred to you, induces us...
I had the honor to receive this afternoon your note relative to the value of the transportation...