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Give me leave to propose for your consideration, and to request you to submit to the decision of...
I have the honour to inclose a Copy of a Letter to the Marquis of Carmarthen of the 14 th. of...
I find the Spirit of the Times very different from that which you and I Saw, when We were here...
It would be of little Consequence to Us, whether there was a Union between Great Britain and...
The Arret of the King of France, in his Council of the Tenth of July, has a Preamble which...
Yesterday, I had a long Conference with M r Pitt for the first time.— He never had proposed any...
I do myself the Honour to inclose to Congress the Statute of 25. G. 3. c. 81. for the better...
The United States began their Career upon the most liberal System of Policy Commerce: France met...
The more I consider what I See and hear every day the more I am inclined to think We Shall be...
The Marquis of Carmarthen told me a Story of an Italian Ambassador who resided at this Court some...
M r Temple is gone out as Consul General: whether he will be received or not in that Character,...
Yesterday I received the two Letters You did me the Honour to write me on the 3. of August. The...
Having So good an Opportunity as this by M r Charles Storer, I do myself the Honour to transmit...
I have received the Letter you did me the Honour to write me the 6. Sept r . The Act of Congress...
It has been the general Sense of our Country, Since the Peace, that it was their Duty and their...
Yesterday, at Eleven O Clock, I went by Appointment to Lord Carmarthens Office, and was admitted...
The Crown of Great Britain has Sometimes, pledged its Prerogative to relax the Navigation Act,...
Yesterday at the Levee at St. James’s, the Marquis of Carmarthen came to me and told me, that he...
Yesterday at the Ministers Levee, one of the foreign Ministers put into my hand a Leyden Gazette,...
The Chevalier De Pinto, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary, from Portugal, after a...
There is no better Advice to be given to the Merchants of the United States, than to push their...
I was Yesterday honoured, with your Letter of the 14 th. of October, accompanied with the...
I Should have added in my Letter of this day, that Shelbourne professes to be steady to the...
Inclosed are Copies of private Letters, which have passed between Lord Carmarthen and me relative...
Inclosed are Copies of private Letters, which have passed between Lord Carmarthen and me relative...
I am anxious to convey to you, if I can, in as strong a light as that in which I, See, myself,...
There is a Gentleman at Lisbon, who went and established himself there, as I believe partly with...
Private There is a Gentleman at Lisbon, who went and established himself there, as I believe...
If the Facts, which I have had the Honour to state to you in my preceeding Letters, are credited,...
If the Facts, which I have had the Honour to state to you in my preceeding Letters, are credited,...