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On Saturday next, the President proposes to go, with Mrs Washington and his family, to view the...
I did not trouble you with a letter from Savannah, because our public Dispatch to the Secretary...
Finding an opportunity to Augusta, I could not excuse myself from giving you the progress of our...
Since I had the honor of writing to you yesterday, some things have happened, of which I conceive...
Seventeen Miles east of Camden [S.C.] My dear Genl Octr 13th 1789. Having been led to believe...
I am taking occasion by a water conveyance to inform you, that we are thus far on our way to New...
I am commanded by the President of the United States of America to send to you some Papers which...
I take the liberty to put under cover to you a letter for Mr Manley the Engraver in Philadelphia,...
On Saturday next, the President proposes to go, with Mrs Washington and his family, to view the...
In taking leave of you, at the moment of your departure while I strove in vain to check an...
(Secret) My dear General London Octr 31st 1790. Since my arrival here, on the 14th inst., I have...
Letter not found: from David Humphreys, 4 Nov. 1790. Frank Landon Humphreys claimed that before...
(Secret) My Dear General Lisbon Nov 30th 1790. I have forwarded to Mr Jefferson for your...
Although it is impossible for a stranger, in merely travelling through a country & remaining only...
Private. My dear Sir, Mafra [Portugal] May 3d 1791. I write this short letter for the sole...
(Secret) My dear Sir Lisbon May 12th 1791 Lest my letters to the Secretary of State on the...
(Secret & confidential) My dear Sir. Lisbon July 23d 1792 I take the liberty of writing to you...
By my Dispatch of this date to the Secretary of State, you will perceive what measures I have...
(Private & confidential) My dear Sir. Gibralter Feby 8th 1793. An easterly wind having suddenly...
(Secret & confidential) My dear Sir. Lisbon March 24th 1793. I took the liberty of addressing a...
(Secret & confidential) My dear Sir. Lisbon April 4th 1793. Since I had the honour of addressing...
(Secret & confidential) My dear Sir. Lisbon May 5th 1793 I wrote to the Secretary of State on the...
The consolation I derive from your good & friendly letter of the 23d of March compensates a great...
(secret & confidential) My dear Sir. Gibralter Octr 7th 1793. By my letters of yesterday & to-day...
(Secret & confidential) My dear Sir. Alicant [Spain] Novr 23d 1793. By my letter of the 19th to...
(Secret & Confidential) My Dear Sir. Lisbon Janry 31st 1794 Immediately after my return from...
The Swedish vessel which was to have sailed with my last letters three days ago, has been...
I am confident it will not escape your recollection, that no Person of your acquaintance, has...
By every opportunity which has occurred, I have endeavoured to keep you informed of the great...
(Secret & confidential) My dear Sir. Lisbon June 30th 1794. Before this shall arrive, you will...
Captain Burnham, who will have the honour of delivering this letter, was commander of the first...
I seize the earliest moment to inform you of my safe arrival here (after a most disagreeable...
I beg leave to explain myself on a part of the plan for the management of the Algerine business,...
I would not trouble you with an acknowledgment of your friendly letter which I received by the...
On the 1st of Janry I had pleasure of writing to you a long letter, which I hope you will have...
After a passage of five weeks, the four first of which were very tempestuous, I arrived in the...
In my first letter, I mentioned such circumstances of a political nature, relating to several of...
The Russian Minister at this Court has received an authentic account from the Minister of his...
While I am detained for the sailing of the vessel in which I am to go to Lisbon; I cannot do...
The vessel, in which I have engaged my passage, attempted to go down the river at the time...
The only object of this letter is to inform you, that I have been unavoidably detained by the...
I came on shore yesterday evening, and hearing a vessel is to sail for England before the Packet,...
As soon as my baggage was landed, I wrote a note to M. de Pinto, advising that I was charged with...
It was not until the 3d of this Month that I was able to obtain my Passports and have every thing...
I have had, Sir, many conversations with Mr. Carmichael on the subject of your letter to him. If...
I have employed my time here in communicating according to instructions the sentiments of the...
On the 24th. of Janry. I left Madrid, and arrived here this day. I remained a week beyond the...
The postponement of the sailing of the Vessel by which I wrote on the 6th instant affords me an...
I do not wait to become fully acquainted with the commercial intercourse which subsists between...
Mafra, 31 Mch. 1791. He received packet last night from Mr. Bulkeley and information of a vessel...