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The necessity I have been under of travelling for the more speedy recovery of my strength,...
I congratulate you & Mrs. Hamilton very sincerely on your recoveries from the malignant fever...
Your letter of the 15th instt having unluckily passed on to Philadelphia before it got to my...
(Private) My dear Sir Mount Vernon Sepr 25th 1793 I congratulate you & Mrs Hamilton very...
(Private) Dear Sir, Mount Vernon Sep. 25th 1793 I have duly received your letters of the 15th &...
I have not written to you since we parted, but had just sat down to do it when your letter of the...
Inclosed I have the Honor of forwarding you, the address of a number of the principle Merchants,...
Letter not found: to Harriot Washington, 25 Sept. 1793. On 16 Nov., Harriot Washington wrote to...
(private) Sir, Mount Vernon 25th Septr 1793. Your Letter of the 20th instant came duly to hand. I...
I am still doubtful whether I shall visit Fredericksburg this term—if I do will call on you as I...