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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 take the liberty to put under cover to you a letter for Mr Manley the Engraver in Philadelphia,...
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,...