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I have duly recieved, my dear friend and General, your letter of the 1 st from Philada, giving us...
I had the pleasure of receiving last night your Letter of the 3d instant and of learning your...
The mail, my dear Friend, succeeding that which brought us the welcome news of your arrival on...
Your letter of yesterday gave me the first information that Monsieur de Mirabeau had supposed to...
I know the kindness, my dear friend, with which you recieve all Americans, and I think it...
In the hurry of the approaching close of a session of Congress and of the preparations for my own...
The House of Delegates and so many of the Senate as were here having reason to believe that Genl....
I have the pleasure of receiving in your letter of the 20th. Genl. Washington’s of Dec. 8th. What...
Having been curious to form some estimate of the quantity of corn and flour which have been...
I have just recieved your letter of Mar. 12. and learning by our yesterday’s post that mr Barlow...
This will be delivered you by mr Wilson a gentleman of this state, well informed, of fine...
A letter from mr Duplantier has come to hand since writing mine of the 15th. & still in time for...
I have been at length, my dear friend, able to get the claim of M. Poirey passed by congress, & I...
The inclosed is a Copy of a Letter which was intended to have awaited you in Virginia. But as...
It seems that a writ of surseance is what Mr. Ridout desires. In what cases this is granted, by...
Behold me, my dear friend, dubbed Secretary of state, instead of returning to the far more...
Mr. Trumbull proposing to have his paintings of the principal actions of the American war...
This, my dear friend will be handed you by Tho s Jefferson Randolph who goes with his fellow...
As I may not be able to get at you at Versailles I write this to deliver it myself at your door....
[ Paris, 30 Aug. 1789. Recorded in SJL under this date. Not found.]
It is long indeed, my very dear friend, since I have been able to address a letter to you. for...
I had the pleasure yesterday to receive your favor of the 17th. inst. and am very happy that the...
Colo. Senf handed me a list of entrenching tools and other necessaries for the operations against...
I was two days ago honoured with your Letter and that of General Washington on the same Subject....
I inclosed to Genl. Phillips a passport for the British flag vessel the Genl. Riedesel and...
Behold you then, my dear friend, at the head of a great army, establishing the liberties of your...
Altho’, dear Sir, much retired from the world, and medling little in it’s concerns, yet I think...
In a letter to M. Poirey of Mar. 18. 19. I informed him of the success of our application to...
Mr. Boylston proposes to bring to France this next year from 100 to 500 tons of Spermaceti whale...
I have to acknolege, my dear friend, the reciept of many of your letters , within the last...
I wrote you last on the 14th. of July; since which I have recieved your several favors of July 8....
Permit me, my dear friend, to present to you the bearer hereof, Mr. Horrÿ, a young gentleman of...
Your letters of 1805 which I have to acknolege are of Apr. 20. and June 4. the last delivered by...
I am just now, my dear Sir, in the moment of my departure. Monsr. de Montmorin having given us...
I will, not, my dear friend, undertake to quote by their dates the several letters you have...
Your head, my dear friend, is full of Notable things; and being better employed, therefore, I do...
I have recieved your favor of the second instant . The reason for my importing harness from...
I forgot last night a very material circumstance in my calculation. The Farmers general are, by...
I recieved last night your letters of Feb. 20. & Apr. 29. and a vessel just sailing from...
M r Rebello of Brazil, who has rendered us an agreeable visit tells me you will be in Washington...
I inclose you a letter to miss Wright, and another to yourself which came to me some time ago,...
Two dislocated wrists and crippled fingers have rendered writing so slow and laborious as to...
Revolving further in my mind the idea started yesterday evening of the king’s coming forward in a...
In my letter of Feb. 14. I mentioned to you that a well qualified author was writing, in my...
I know, my dear friend, that the title of American alone is a passport to your attentions and...
I inclose you a letter on the subject of what Mr. Mirabeau said which you were so good as to say...
The last letters I have recieved from you were of Apr. 22. May 20. July 4. of the preceding year....
I am plagued to death with the applications of people who knowing the friendship you are so good...
Your Letters of the 16th. and 17th. inst. came to Hand at Noon of this Day. I beg leave to inform...
Your letter of Aug. 14. has been recieved and read again & again with extraordinary pleasure. it...