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Mr. Giles laid before the Senate the following letter
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|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 13913|
|Contributions||Giles, William Branch, 1762-1830, Lewis, Mr, United States. Congress. Senate|
|The Physical Object|
Testimony Before the Senate Committee Investigating the Attack at Harper's Ferry I met, for the first time, with a book called "Limitations of Human Responsibility," written by Dr. Wayland, a philosophic author. I had thought a great deal about human responsibility and my own responsibility, perhaps, indeed, a little too much; but I had. The Honorable the Speaker, laid before the House a Letter from James Iredell, Esquire, on the subject of the revisal of the Laws of this State, together with other papers relative to the same subject, which being read were referred on the part of this House, to Mr. Davie, Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Spiller, Mr. Person & Mr. Blount.
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The PRESIDENT laid before the Senate the following letter from the Clerk, Mr. MARTIN: CHARLESTON, November 4, I received a letter from the Messenger of the Senate, Mr. GAILLARD, requesting me to ask leave of absence on account of his being in service, and his place being supplied by a competent substitute: and through the.
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As he wrote to William Branch Giles, Washington “errs as other men do, but errs with integrity.” Relations between the two men were strained, however. Their final exchange of letters, properly polite and chiefly about agriculture, occurred after Jefferson had penned the letter to Mazzei, but before Washington learned of it.
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