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Le Marquis de lafayette Most Respectful Compliments Wait on Mrs. Adams and is highly sensible of...
Headquarters, 9 January 1778. RC ( Adams Papers ); printed : Lafayette in the Age of the American...
I beg leave of applying to you in an instance where I am much Concern’d. The Case I shall lay...
As I came but this morning from Versailles, it was not in my power sooner to answer to the letter...
I Beg You will Accept My Best thanks for the two letters You Have Been pleased to write Giving...
I Heartily Give You joy, My dear Sir, Upon the Happy Conclusion of Your dutch Negotiations. Every...
Your favor of the 29h last Has Safely Come to Hand, for Which I am the More Obliged to you, as I...
Since the Early Period When I Had the Happiness to Be Adopted Among the Sons of America, I ever...
Having yesterday conferred with Count de Vergennes upon some Public Concerns, He requested I...
Before I Had a Pointed Reason to write, My friendship for You, and our Common zeal for the Public...