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Always attentive to your commands, I have obtained here, and now inclose you the song and the...
Falmouth [ Stafford co., Va. ] 1 Dec. 1779 . Quotes a letter just received from a member of...
I thank you for your favor of the 5th which I received yesterday. It is the only satisfactory...
As I have received no answer to the letter I wrote you by the Express from Congress I conclude it...
I have paid due attention to your favor of April the 21st., and I believe there would have been...
The Chevalier D’Anmour who will have the honor of delivering you this letter, having been lately...
A few days past, since the last post left us, Mr. Harvey presented me your favor of August the...
Mr. Whitlock found me with the Militia on the Shore of Potomac where we had a very warm...
I have the honor of inclosing you a letter that Mr. Mazzie formerly sent to me, and which having...
If I were to consider punctilio more than the suggestions of friendship, I should expect an...
We are this moment made acquainted by the War Office that an Express was immediately to depart...
Chantilly, 8 July 1779 . Acknowledges TJ’s letter of 17 June. “Every good Whig will wish success...
Chantilly, 23 Sep. 1779 . This letter to be delivered by Messrs. Loyauté and Le Maire. The latter...
I have not been unmindful of the small commission you gave me to procure the song and receipt for...
Menokin, 12 Aug. 1779 . Arrival from France at Lee’s house of Hezekiah Ford, late secretary to...
We have once more ventured into the field of composition as the inclosed Address will shew you....
We are this moment informed here, that some evil disposed people (no doubt hired for the purpose)...
Chantilly, 7 Feb. 1780 . Acknowledges letter and enclosures of 2 Jan. Intends to go into next...
Since I had the honor of writing to you by the Express that brot the acts of assembly , one ship...
I should have written to you before now if I had not been uncertain about finding you at home, as...
The inclosed Gazette will shew you the progress, and perhaps the end for some time, of our...
I am very much obliged to you for your favor of the 28 of September and for the trouble you took...
A letter from Gen. Weedon of the 10th. instant giving us reason to expect the enemies army...
The condition of our affairs is much changed since last I had the pleasure of writing to you, as...
I have had an opportunity of conversing with the worthy Baron at this place, and he communicates...
[ Chantilly, 9 Apr. 1781 . American Art Association sale catalogue, 11–12 Nov. 1937 (Willets et...
I agree entirely with you concerning the importance of the confederation, and have never failed...
Having detained the Express that he might carry you the news that we heard was on its way from...
It will not perhaps be disagreeable to you in your retirement, sometimes to hear the events of...
I thank you much for your favor and its inclosures by this post, and I wish sincerely, as well...