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Aÿant reçú plusieurs temoignages d’amitie et d’estime de votre Excellence, pendant votre Sejour a...
Having received several expressions of your Excellency’s friendship and esteem during your stay...
If anÿ man rejoice in the prosperity of the united States i wil hope that me shal not be denied a...
Althoug I am not So happÿ to be the first in making mÿ Compliments to your Excellencÿ; I am...
L’année passé j’avois L’honneur de communiquer a votre Excellence mon desir de passer en Amerique...
Being returned at New-york, after a journeÿ of five weeks in the countrÿ, to take a view of the...
Making a purchase of a Small farm in this State, two miles from Esopus to which I intend to go up...
Long before I read your Excell Defence of the Constitution &c I saw their criticism by the...
The Bearer of these Letters Mr. S. T. G. Mappa, late Commander of the armed citisens in the...
I hope not, that your Excellencÿ will find me troublesome, that I soo often intrude myself upon...
After your Excellency’s advice, for which I am much obliged, I wrote, by this Sloop, to his...
Mÿ approaching departure to the borders of Oneida Lake will excuse these few lines to ÿour...
Your Excellencÿ’s favour of March 27. I received the 17 apr.—and was it not for a particularity...
You, who are acquainted with mÿ character, cannot favour the opinion, that I should have...
Though I can not find a pretext, valid enough to exculpate me, in interrupting your Excellency’s...
The knowledge of your Excellency’s principles, with the distinguished marks of attention, which...
I hope not, that I shall be importune in writing again; it is my anxious concern for America’s...
Informed by the Resolution of the House of Representatives that our Government intends to arm Six...
Confiding that mÿ moving to the western Parts, and arrival there Shall be by your Excellency a...
I Should not have importuned your Excell—this year with another Letter did I not believe it...
After the renewed marks of distinction, which your Excellency’s favour bestowed on me, I maÿ be...
Though I was not fortunate enough to See Dr Belknap and Morse, as you Excellencÿ kindly intended,...
Washington’s resignation, which crowns that excellent man with glory, opens the career for my...
I hasten to send your Excellencÿ another letter from mÿ solitarÿ mansion. before the united...
Permit me to address You with few words upon your election to the Presidencÿ of the United...
It is Long ago, that I was honoured with your favour of Dec. 6 and April 18—in which your...
Was it not to Satisfÿ the ardent wishes of a learned deceased friend, I should consider it...
Since I was the last time honoured with your favour, I did not presume to interrupt Your...
Since long I received not a more Sensible pleasure, as when I Saw me favoured with your...
Long time since I should have acknowledged your favour of 12 March had I not hesitated, to...
I Shall make no apologÿ for mÿ Sudden rescript to your favor of Aug. 15th. The high glee, in...
With reluctance I Should interrupt your Excellency’s occupations, in the persuasion, that my...
The Sensible pleasure, received from your Excell:s favour of the 25th Dec. with which I was...
Once more I Shall enjoÿ the Sensation in addressing you as the President of the U.S. but your...
Long Since I Should have acquitted me of my duty in congratulating you with your Safe arrival at...
Having unexpectedly received an opportunity of conveying you my cursory remarks on some parts of...
Though my apprehension of abusing your kindness made me delaÿ my answer on your Letter, with...
The favour of your Letter of 20 Aug—with which I was so unexpected honoured—procured me a...
Had I not been favoured with so manÿ proofs of your kindness I should have hesitated to undertake...
You know too well mÿ attachment to your person, and am persuaded how highly I value your honoured...
Mÿ occupations in gathering seeds—and preparing my fields and garden for ensuing spring have thus...
A letter of mÿ frind Mr. Mifflin induces me to address you again few lines. Mr. Dobson returned...
I must answer your favours of Dec. 14 ult. and Jan the 3th. Want of time will once have the happy...
In returning you my remarks—I hope to enjoy ere long the satisfaction, that, after a Second...
I send you mÿ Lett. on the use of copper among the Greeks—I can not flatter me, that it Shall...
Since I Send you, at your for me So highlÿ gratifying—demand mÿ Lucubrations on Jefferson’s and...
How Shall it be in my power, to paÿ you mÿ Sincere thanks for the favours with which you continue...
As I was not confident of your kind indulgence, which I did so often experience, I should...
I should have before this used mÿ priviledge of writing to you, had I not been informed by the...
As you assured me in your last favour, with which you honoured me the 3d. of march, that my...