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I have the Honor to enclose a Letter and sundry Papers relating to it from Messieurs Schweizer...
I take the Liberty of addressing your Excellency upon a Subject so much out of my own Line, that...
I expected before this to have written to you “Provision is made for the American Officers” but...
Knox is to attend the Council. Conway hath resigned & his Resignation is accepted. The Affairs of...
Permit me to congratulate you on the passing a Resolution for a Kind of Establishment at this...
We are going on with the regimental Arrangements as fast as possible and I think the Day begins...
I wrote you a few Days ago by Colo. Johnson; as he is not yet gone, I will now add two Things I...
I have sent to your Addressé three Bundles containing the several Materials collected by the...
I was in your Debt. It is my Fate always to be so with my Friends. But beleive me my Heart owes...
I wrote you a Letter long since which went backwards & whether it hath ever Yet got so far...
I received your Favor and return you Thanks for it. The Conduct which the Enemy may pursue with...
As Congress have delegated to a Committee, of which I have the Honor to be a Member, the...
You will excuse in me the Liberty I have taken in requesting Colo. Morgan to call on you. That...
You must permit me most heartily to congratulate you upon the very important Intelligence which...
Two Days ago I was placed on a Committee to report the necessary Provision to be made for...
I write this Letter as a Companion for some Shoes of Miss Bassett and if it is addressed to you...
Shortly after your Departure from this Place, I went to my Farm and returned hither last Sunday...
Enclosed with this you will receive two Books which I recd some considerable Time since at...
I cannot prevail on myself to omit the present Occasion of offering my Respects, altho I have...
After many unforeseen Delays I am about shortly to take my Departure from Philadelphia for the...
The Robbery lately committed on the Southern Mail obliges me to trouble you with a mighty...
Your Letter of the twenty eighth of last Month came safe to Hand this Day. Accept my Thanks for...
Upon my Arrival at this Place I spoke to Mr Jefferson on the Subject of your Watch. He told me...
The above is Copy of what I had the Honor to write the twenty third of last Month. Since that...
I had the Pleasure to write to you a short Letter on the third of last Month. Monsieur de la...
I had the Honor to write to you on the twenty ninth of April last. I shall not trouble you with a...
Duplicate Sir Paris 22d January 1790 I received from Major Hasgill who arrived here on the twenty...
[Duplicate] Private Dear Sir Paris 22 January 1790 In another Letter of this Date I have...
I have received your kind Letter of the thirteenth of October and immediately set about procuring...
Accept I pray you the Seeds sent herewith. They are from the King’s Gardens and as you will...