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Your favor of 26. Dec r. is come safe to hand, & I thank you for your Care of my dispatches. M r. Storer will write to M r. Williams to pay You the ten Louis for the Expence of the Express which You sent, and I shall pay the Money to M r. Storer. It is not in my Power to give you any Information, whether there will be Peace or War.— I am afraid the English will be again overseen, so far as to...
Last night I received yours of the 27 of March from Libourne, which gave me great Pleasure, and relieved my Mind from a Burthen as I had been under Anxiety least you should have been sick, as I had made many Enquiries after you, and could hear nothing, not even where you was. Mr Thaxter never received your letter. The Report you mention is but one of a Million lies, that are circulated by...
I thank you for your Care of my Letters mentioned in yours of the 19 th . which I beg you to Send by the first Vessell. D r Franklin has Sent Passports to Nantes to the Care of M r Williams, for all the American Vessells. I am very much obliged to you, for your Politeness in Sending me, the Salt Fish, but if they are not already on their Way, I beg you to keep them, for the Use of your other...
I yesterday received yours of 28. Ultimo. Thank you for the Information of the Brig bound to Boston, beg you would send the inclosed by her. Had yesterday a Letter from Mr. Smith by Way of Holland 26 Feb. mentions Trash’s Arrival and Letters from you. Incloses a Boston Gazette of 21. Feb. containing an Account of Captn. Waters in the Thorn, taking three Privateers, after obstinate...