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As the extract which you marked in y r Son’s letter was too long for one paper I divided it &...
I have just closed a letter to the Pres t. on the subject of my Bro r. Greenleaf.— I do not know...
From the 6 th. of May to the 23 d. We had hot dry Weather with scarce any Rain, Our Pastures &...
The People of this County from the commencement of the contest with Britain have, they trust,...
In presuming to lay before Your Excellency, the work that accompanies this letter, I presuppose...
At this important moment when imminent danger threatens us from abroad, the undersigned Young Men...
We have carefully attended to the subjects presented to our consideration, by your note of...
8[Diary entry: 14 June 1798] (Washington Papers)
14. Morning Clear—Mer. 64. Wind at East—So. Westerly afterwards. At N. Mer. 76. Mrs. Stuart & her...
When Doctr Stuart, was here, it was thought best that young Mr Custis should apply himself to the...
Your hospitability & Kindnes, impress me with stronger sensation than my knowledge of the...