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Your kind Letter by Major Swett Has afforded me the Highest pleasure—it Will Be Answered By a...
Amidst the services, I would be happy to render to the United States I set in the first rank an...
I Have taken the liberty Some time Ago to Mention to You the Eager Wishes of a friend of Mine,...
Your kind favour, May 10h, is an additional proof of the friendly Concern in My Behalf for Which...
I Have Had the pleasure to write to You By Several opportunities and took the Liberty to...
The Correspondance of Mr. Jackson Has over My Letter, in our Quick Sand of politicks, the...
While You are Honorably Engaged in patriotic Concerns for which my feelings Have not Ceased,...
While I was indulging the Hope to See M r Coles at La Grange , to possess Him Some days in our...
The Arrival of Mr. Crawford and two Letters from our friend Monroe and david parish Have informed...
The Bearer of these Lines is M r Lakanal Member of the french institut , officer of the...
I Hope You Have Received my Letter of the 16 h Novem ber Complaining of Your silence—far I am...
The Repeal of the orders in Council Has Been Announced to us. I Rejoice at the Success of Your...
It is a Good fortune for me to Arrive from La Grange in time to improve the Opportunity that is...
The Sudden departure of Mr. Coles Has Left me But the Time to Come to town, take Leave of Him,...
The Letters intended for the John Adams Are Gone an other Way. I Will not However Miss the...
I find the dispatches By the Hornet are Just Going and altho’ I mean to write more fully By the...
A Long while Has Elapsed Since I Had the pleasure to Hear from you—I might Say a Century Was I to...
J’ai eu la bonne idée de me prévaloir des droits que me donnent mes Sentiments pour vous, votre...
Your Letters Sent By Mr. david parish are the Last I Have Received. He Has kept the patents to...
I Cannot Let g al Bernard Embark with His Amiable Lady and family for America without a line to...
Compte rendu Sur la fortune du G al Lafayette a differentes epoques de sa vie Les trois premieres...
I am Sure You Have Had the Goodness to Answer My Long triplicate the Last of Which Went By the...
I Have Had Lately, Notwistanding the Strangeness of the times, Good Opportunities to write to...
The glorious termination of the war and the Ratification of the peace are Events which on Every...
I Have Received By the John Adams Your kind Letter of the 4h december and Wish it Was in My power...
This Letter Will Be delivered By Mr Geo. Flower Who is Going over With an intention to Settle in...
Your Letter of May 17 h Has Afforded me Every kind of Gratification. I Had not for a Long time...
I Gratefully thank You for Your Letter Novr the 1st., and for the incessant Attention You are...
I Have Had Lately the pleasure to Write By Gnl. Armstrong, But Cannot let the Homer depart...
While I Have been obliged By my pecuniary Circumstances to part With four More patents of my...
Our friend M. Barlow has communicated to me the article of your Letter relative to my affairs. So...
I Wish Gnl. Armstrong May before the departure of the Vessel Know Something More of the Late...
I Leave it With General Armstrong to inform You of the Happy Repeal of the two Milan and Berlin...
The Arrival of the Constitution frigate Has Blessed me with a very welcome Compensation for your...
I Had flattered myself with the Expectation to See Mr. Tod in our Rural Retirements before He...
I Have not, Since You are Returned to private life, Received one Line from You— no Answer to My...
I Have not, Since a very Long while, Received An Answer from You. a Letter of Mine will probably...
Altho’ my Letters to you Have for a very Long time Remained unanswered, I Cannot let madame de...
The John Adams By Whom I Have Received Your Kind Letter of the 4h december is Not Yet Returned...
The Name of Regnauld de St. Jean d’Angely a member of the Constituent assembly, of our late House...
I Cannot Lament the Sudden departure of the wasp Since I am informed it is owing to Some Better...
I do not know whether the Bearer of these Lines Has Had the Honour of Your Acquaintance while you...
Your Letters to me Nov. 30 and to our Beloved Mde de tessé decemb. 8 h are the Last I Have...
This Letter will Be Carried by G al Armstrong which makes it Superfluous for me to Give political...
I wish I might make use of the present Opportunity to tell You the Conditions of the peace Lately...
The Hornet is Going to Sail. By Her You Will Receive dispatches Which Make it Unnecessary for me...
I fortunately Happened to Be at Aulnay , m de de tessé ’s Seat near paris, when a Messenger from...
I Have Been for a Long time in daily and disappointed Expectations of a Letter from You, Nor do I...
Whatever Be the Situation of my private Concerns, the first Expressions of My Letter, and the...
Here is, my dear friend, the Anniversary of that Great day on which Both the deed and the...