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- Henry Lee letter to George Washington.
Stratford - 1 July 1789
Although the exalted station, which your love of us and our love of you has placed you in, calls for change in mode of address, yet I cannot so quickly relinquish the old manner.
- John Adams letter to Abigail Adams.
Stratford, CT - 27 November 1796
It will purify me from all envy of Mr. Jefferson, or Mr. Pinckney, or Mr. Burr, or Mr. any body who may be chosen President or Vice President.