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I inclose to you a letter received under Cover from Colo: Humphreys and with it another for Baron...
I have the honor of forwarding herewith two parcels addressed to the American Academy of Arts and...
I am informed by Messrs: Bird, Savage and Bird Merchants of this City that a scheme is in...
London, April 26, 1793. Introduces “Mr. Archdekue Archdekne and Mr. Godfrey … Gentlemen of...
I have no occasion to introduce Mr La Colombe to your acquaintance—as you are no stranger to his...
[ London, March 2, 1794. On July 12, 1794, Hamilton wrote to Pinckney : “I am to acknowledge the...
[ London, October 21, 1794. On January 21 1795, Hamilton wrote to Pinckney : “Your letter of the...
I embrace the earliest opportunity of conveying to you my most grateful acknowledgements for the...
M. de Noailles who is the bearer of this requires no introduction to you, his situation &...
In a letter which I have lately received from the Secretary of State I am desired to make such...
I should long ago have given you some account of the Progress of my Enquiries concerning a Box...
An Incident has occurred which having no Connexion with my Mission does not form a part of my...
I arrived at this Metropolis on the 28th of the last month but finding that the Court were still...
The situation of my family and the attention necessary to my other domestic concerns requiring my...
My absence from America at the time when the United Voice of our fellow citizens testified their...
The Book forwarded herewith was sent to me at Cowes when on the Eve of my departure or I would...
Your several favors of the 20th & 20th of February & 5th of March were delivered to me a few days...
In my letter of the 7th of May I took the liberty of assigning my reasons for postponing for the...
If the nomination and appointment mentioned to me in your favor of the 6th of this Month should...
The apprehension of appearing in an improper point of view to those whose esteem I earnestly...
As I learn from your favor of the 17th. of the last month that my remaining at home till after...
I arrived at this place on the evening of friday the 4th of this month and the next morning my...
Events of the most interesting nature have taken place in Europe since my arrival, of which the...
This will be accompanied by dispatches received from Mr. Morris since the last Vessel sailed for...
A protest having been handed to me by our Consul at this Port made by Captain Smith the Master of...
Mr. Willm. Weston who is engaged to conduct the inland navigation in the State of Pensylvania and...
I avail myself of the present opportunity of forwarding to you the Gazettes &c up to the present...
Colo. Smiths intended return to America by the packet affording a well grounded expectation of a...
I have waited ‘till the last moment of Colo. Smiths departure in order to have forwarded by him...
Your several letters of the 6, 8th and 13th November (under one cover) and 20th of the same month...
In my letter of the third of the present month I acknowledged your several favors of the 6th.,...
Altho I write fully by the William Penn which will sail in a day or two for Philadelphia yet as I...
I had just concluded mine of the 30th. ulto. herewith, when your favors of the 30th. of December...
The Masters of the American Vessels in this port homeward bound have applied for passports...
This will convey to you the assurance of my sincere regret on being informed by your favor of the...
Within these few days I have written to you by the Packet, the William Penn and the George...
Mr. Albion Cox having been recommended to me to fill the Office of Assayer of our Mint I made all...
Messrs. Talon and Bonnet applied to me in the Month of October last expressing their intention to...
The printed copy of the Passport which I mentioned as being inclosed in my letter of the 11th. of...
I was hopeful to have been able to send to you by Mr. Marshall the model of a threshing machine...
Finding Captn. Loxley still detained I avail myself of the opportunity thereby afforded, to...
In a Conversation I had this day with Lord Grenville I conclude that no Ship coming to the ports...
I inclose the Copy of a Letter from Mr. Holloway an Engraver here who by the Enquiries I have...
I avail myself of the delay of the Ship James, by which I have already written, to send the news...
I send herewith the Gazettes to the present time which contain all the public intelligence. I...
Having already written by this opportunity I have only to request the favor of you to forward the...
Mr. Harriott is so obliging as to take charge of your news papers up to the present date—with...
Dr. Adair who is going on his private business to Virginia being introduced to me by a Gentleman...
I have to acknowledge the favor of your private letter accompanying the Presidents correspondence...
Since my letter of the 14th. of June which goes by the same conveyance with this I have received...