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I write you, Madam, agreable to the request of Mr. Adams, having put up for you the sundry...
We shall have all the Sages and Heroes of France here before long. Mr. Du Coudray is here, who is...
I had the pleasure of addressing You on the 17th of April last, since which Congress have...
I now Sit down to Write a few Lines To inform you That I am now at a good School which I like...
It is now generally believed here that G. Washington has killed and taken at least two Thousands...
I am taking an Opportunity by every Vessell that is going to inform you, that I am coming home as...
Your kind Favour of July 30. and 31. was handed me, just now from the Post office. I have...
Mr. Benjamin Smith of S. Carolina, was kind enough to send forward from New York, your Favour of...
I need not tell you I was much disappointed in not having the pleasure of your Company yesterday...
I have ordered the Things you desired for yourself and Mr. Tufts by Captain Edward Davis in the...
Agreable to the Request contained in your Letter of the 4th, I have the Pleasure of transmitting...
I have received your very agreable Favours of June 22d. and 25th. They contain more particulars...
Supposing Col. Laurens to have arrived at Rh. Island, I was greatly chagrined when he told me he...
I have this Afternoon received your Favour of June 12th. and at the same Time a Gazette from...
“A Plott! a Plott! an horrid Plott, Mr. A.” says my Barber, this Morning.—“It must be a Plott 1....
Last Saturday, I left Paris, and on Tuesday arrived, at the Hague. To Day I am come to this Town....
Here I am again. Arrived last Thursday, in good Health, altho I had a cold Journey. The Weather,...
Yours I reseved this morning and I asner you madam that twenty five Guines is the Costomry Pasage...
Last night We all arrived in this Place from Ferrol. The Distance is about twenty miles by Land...
I wish you an happy new Year, and many happy Years—and all the Blessings of Life. Who knows but...
I have not been able of late to keep up my Correspondence with you, so constantly, as my Heart...
I can only tell you that I am not well. A bad Cold only. The others are all well. Not a Word of...
I wish you to write me, by every Opportunity to this Place, as well as to France. It seems as if...
Yesterday arrived your kind Letters of the 3 and 5 of september. I am preparing to sett off...
This goes by Captn. McNeil, who is an Adventurous Cruiser. It is not safe to write much by him....
I was made happy this day by the Receipt of your esteemed favor of the 2d. of March. You say,...
We have promoted Arnold, one Step this day, for his Vigilance, Activity, and Bravery, in the late...
I have this Morning heard Mr. Duffil upon the Signs of the Times. He run a Parrallell between the...
There is too much Ice in Hudsons River to cross it in Ferry Boats and too little to cross it,...
I have three of your Favours, before me—one of May 7., another of May 9. and a third of May 14th....