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I received with Sincere pleasure the confirmation of your Safe arrival in your Native Land, from...
Permit me to Observe, that in October 1788, my agents at New York on my behalf entered into a...
In haste I inclose you, by the days mail, a printed Copy of the Military Bill Reported to the...
How do you like, My dear friend, this mode of beginning my letter? Just as well, I presume, as I...
I must forever lament your absence from New York when I was there last December, which deprived...
6[Diary entry: 23 January 1799] (Washington Papers)
23. Lowering. Mer. at 40. Wind (tho’ but very little of it) Southerly. Lowering through the day....
With great pleasure & deference do I contemplate your high character—Every true American must...
Your letter of the 10th Instt, I received in Alexandria on Monday; whither I went to become the...
It is quite time that you shd determine whether you will take Young Royal Gift to cover at your...
The Gazettes, which I presume you have seen, having announced your appointment as Major in the...