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On this Sad time of My departure I find a Consolation, My dear Miss Hellen, in Expressing the...
Here I am Arrived in the fond Expectation to See of Sunday morning, But find myself once more...
A Man is just Arriv’d at My quarters who says that the Cork fleet Arriv’d in Newyork on Sunday...
to My Great disappointment Mr P—— is Return’d this Morning and Brings no details with him—I...
Mr Rapatel aid de Camp to General Moreau is going to America where He wishes His Services May Be...
As you will Receive a letter from Gal St Clair Who had been desir’d by Congress to Go with me to...
Here is a letter from Mercereau which says very little, and the little which is said in it I...
The kind invitation from the citizens of Charlottesville is on Every account gratifying to my...
I have Not Yet Receiv’d Your Answer to Any of My letters. Since My last No News have Come to...
General Pepe’s character is so well known to you that it is only as His friend that I claim the...
The bearer of my letter, Chevalier de Lambert, a French gentlemen, will do himself the honor to...
from Major Lee I just now hear that he has seen a man who has been in Newyork and told him that...
I alwais forgot mentionning to you what has past Betwen duke of Lauzun and Myself on account of...
Your letter of the 2d 7ber is just come to Hand. Mine of Yesterday Mentionned that the ships in...
The only intelligence I Have derived from the last packet Are that You Have Been ill but Had...
The Bearer of this Mr Lavaud Came to Me with a Recommendation from Viscount de Choiseuïl in the...
This Letter will Be presented By Mm. Armand de Leller and Casimir Rham two Swits Gentlemen, Near...
You very well know that for Many and Many Reasons Both on account of the Country and on that of...
You Have So often Been pleased to Ask I Would Give My opinion upon Any subject that May occur,...
Having heard of an Express from Rhodeisland being going through the Continental Village I sent...
Permis me to offer you, in the name of young and very distinguished friend M. Thierry, an...
Inclosed You will find some Numbers a Copy of Which I Have kept and Which Contain some Names that...
I Have Received Your kind Letter dated March the 30th, and while I most deeply feel my new...
From Doctor B urnet I have Receiv’d intelligence that there has been a very hott press in...
M r Connel who is Returning to the United States is pleased to take Charge of some Books which...
In revolving into My Mind the chances of discovery By the Moon light, and on the other hand the...
We are Going to Sail, My dear friend, and the last Account I Hear from the shore, the first one I...
On My Arrival at this Beloved place it Was My intention to Hasten to quincey and Embrace You...
We have Certain Intelligence, My dear General, that Lord North is out of place. He Has Himself...
By Intelligences just Received I Hear that the British fleet Have Returned to Lyn Haven Bay, and...
We Arriv’d last Night at this place and was much favor’d By the Weather in our Recconnoitring of...
Our Assembly is ended; and altho the late depredations, and Confusion in the finances Make it...
As there is no knowing When this Letter May Reach You, I Shall Content Myself With the...
In my letter By mr Gallatin I announce to you, my dear friend, two Books of which I now inclose....
The Constant Mourning of Your Heart will be deepened by the Grief I am doomed to impart. Who...
From what you have heard from dr hagen about the Boats when on your way to head quarters, I don’t...
This Letter will be delivered to Your Excellency by Capt. Rochefontaine who is joining the grand...
the disapointement Clel Tupper Met with is So Singular that I wish to Give Your Excellency a full...
Clel Laurens having Been Appointed By Congress to Go to France and Sollicit succours for the Next...
I am Happy to inform Your Excellency that Count de Grasse’s Fleet is lastly arrived in this...
I Have Been Very Happy to See You, and altho’ I Regretted The Shortness of My Visit, and the...
Great Happiness is derived from friendship, and I do particularly Experience it in the...
However acquainted I may be with our intentions, I thought upon the whole that I should Better...
There is no fighting Here Unless you Have a Naval Superiority or an Army Mounted upon Race...
Mr Ward’s Corps being situated on the end of Bergen Neck, two and thirty Miles from our Army,...
J’ai Recu, monsieur, avec bien de la reconnoissance les detaïls que vous avés la Bonté de...
As I find an express going from hartfort to general greene, I send this letter to him, that you...
I have the honor to inclose your Excellency the report which has been made me this morning from...
Give me leave to Present to You Mr de Beaune a french officer Whom Respectable Persons Have So...
None of Your Answers to my several letters has Come to hand. I am told that you have writen to...