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I take the Liberty of introducing to your Acquaintance Mr Darby a young Gentleman of family from...
In Consequence of a very interesting Conversation which has passed between Mr Ogden and myself, I...
Permit me to congratulate you on the passing a Resolution for a Kind of Establishment at this...
Enclosed is a Packett containing two Weeks News Papers for Genl Dalrymple—They are sent in...
I cannot prevail on myself to omit the present Occasion of offering my Respects, altho I have...
I have sent to your Addressé three Bundles containing the several Materials collected by the...
I did intend to give you a pretty full detail of various Matters and Things by Colonel Ternant...
I have this Instant received yours of the seventh of July, which acknowleges the Receipt of mine...
The Robbery lately committed on the Southern Mail obliges me to trouble you with a mighty...
I take the liberty of introducing to the acquaintance of General Washington a person highly...
My Letter of the sixth informed you that the plated Ware was finished. It goes by the same...
I have ordered at a capital manufacturers the plated Coolers which you desired. Nothing of this...
private My dear Sir, Paris 10 June 1792. Altho I have been above a Month in this City I have not...
This will accompany my last of the 30 Decr. Within these two Days I have receivd Duplicates of...
Your Letter of the twenty eighth of last Month came safe to Hand this Day. Accept my Thanks for...
Accept I pray you the Seeds sent herewith. They are from the King’s Gardens and as you will...
Two Days ago I was placed on a Committee to report the necessary Provision to be made for...
Colo. Smith delivered your Excellency’s Letter of the twenty eighth, between four and five...
The last Letter which I had the Honor to write was of the 11 Jany. On the Subjects there...
In wishing you many & happy years I beg Leave to transmit an Extract from a Letter of Madame de...
I was in your Debt. It is my Fate always to be so with my Friends. But beleive me my Heart owes...
I received your Excellency’s Favor of the eighteenth Instant last Evening. I pray you to accept...
I to write a Letter if I you to excuse. If I am rightly inform’d of the Situation of the Enemy...
The forgoing is Copy of what I wrote to you the twelfth of last month. I have since received...
A Duplicate of your favor of the fourteenth of August was handed to me Yesterday. The Delay has...
I wrote you a few Days ago by Colo. Johnson; as he is not yet gone, I will now add two Things I...
Since I had the Pleasure of writing to you on the twenty eighth of last Month I have seen Mr...
private Dear Sir London 13 April 1790 My Letter of the seventh will have communicated what passed...
Yesterday I was informed that the Senate had agreed to your Nomination of diplomatic Servants. If...
It has been impossible for me, owing to an Ague and fever, to write to you as I intended a very...
I take the Liberty to enclose a Letter long since transmitted to me for Monsieur de la fayette....
A Duplicate of your favor of the fourteenth of August was handed to me Yesterday. The Delay has...
Enclosed with this you will receive two Books which I recd some considerable Time since at...
The above is Copy of what I had the Honor to write the twenty third of last Month. Since that...
I wrote you a Letter long since which went backwards & whether it hath ever Yet got so far...
It is now some Time since I received your kind Letter of the 4 March accompanying a Copy of that...
Knox is to attend the Council. Conway hath resigned & his Resignation is accepted. The Affairs of...
Private Dear Sir London 2d May 1790 You will find enclosed the Copy of what I took the Liberty to...
I write this Letter as a Companion for some Shoes of Miss Bassett and if it is addressed to you...
public Sir London 18 September 1790 I had the Honor to address you on the 16th of August, and...
I had the Honor to write to you on the twenty ninth of April last. I shall not trouble you with a...
Upon my Arrival at this Place I spoke to Mr Jefferson on the Subject of your Watch. He told me...
I have received your favor of the fifteenth of April and also a Copy of it. In the Close of that...
As Congress have delegated to a Committee, of which I have the Honor to be a Member, the...
Your favor of the 12 Sepr last reached me a few Days ago. In the Proposition of S[chweizer]...
I arrived in this City on Saturday Evening the twenty eighth of March and called the next morning...
I had the Pleasure to write to you a short Letter on the third of last Month. Monsieur de la...
I wrote to you on the twenty seventh of December but there were many Things which I did not...
public Sir London 24 September 1790 Just about to leave this City I have been detained for some...
I expected before this to have written to you “Provision is made for the American Officers” but...