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I am apprehensive that neither the fixed pickets for the security of the Army, nor the duties of...
Mr Platt who will have the honor of presenting you this letter, & his Lady are going to England,...
I have duly recieved, my dear friend and General, your letter of the 1 st from Philada, giving us...
The peregrination of the day in which I parted with you, ended at Marlbro’: the next day, bad as...
I have received your favor dated at half past four this afternoon, and must refer you to my...
I had the pleasure of receiving last night your Letter of the 3d instant and of learning your...
I cannot suffer Colo. Gemat to leave this City—for France—without a remembrancer from me, to you....
Your two letters of the 10th came to hand last Night—In mine of the 11th I informed you as fully...
I send you by M r. Jay, all the writings which have fallen in my Way, against the slave trade—I...
I have now before me, my dear Marqs your favor of the 3d of August in the last year; together...
The mail, my dear Friend, succeeding that which brought us the welcome news of your arrival on...
Your letter of yesterday gave me the first information that Monsieur de Mirabeau had supposed to...
I received your two obliging favors of the 26th just as I was commencing yesterday, our second...
I know the kindness, my dear friend, with which you recieve all Americans, and I think it...
You are to have the immediate command of that detatchment from this Army which consists of...
New Windsor [ New York ] April 22, 1781 . Is disturbed by the “temper of” Lafayette’s “detachment...
In the hurry of the approaching close of a session of Congress and of the preparations for my own...
The House of Delegates and so many of the Senate as were here having reason to believe that Genl....
The General is very anxious to hear from you and that your corps should join the army. Your men...
Mr. Parish having given me notice of his intention to embark in a few days for Europe, with an...
This Letter will be delivered to you by Monsr Laneville, to whom, I have no doubt, you will shew...
ALS (draft) and copy: Library of Congress I have just now received your Favour of the 17th. I...
I am indebted to you for the following letters, dated the 6th of October and 20th of December of...
It is General duPortails desire that Colo. Gouvion may return to him. Independant of the occasion...
Whilst I thought there was a probability of my letters finding you in France I continued to write...
I have recd your favors of the 23d from Pompton by Capt. Castaign—You may make yourself perfectly...
I have the pleasure of receiving in your letter of the 20th. Genl. Washington’s of Dec. 8th. What...
Having been curious to form some estimate of the quantity of corn and flour which have been...
The Society of the Cincinnati in a general meeting, of delegates from the respective States now...
I have received from Mr Pichon, your favour of the 10th. of January, and, while I feel my...
Though the situation of Southern affairs would not permit me to recall your corps to this army,...
I took the Journey leisurely, and arrived here on Thursday and had the pleasure to learn that...
I have just recieved your letter of Mar. 12. and learning by our yesterday’s post that mr Barlow...
This will be delivered you by mr Wilson a gentleman of this state, well informed, of fine...
Your favour of the 15th. continued on the 17th of December came very slowly but finally safe to...
I thank you for your Letter & the Proceedings of Anvergne. The Provincial assemblies if they act...
A letter from mr Duplantier has come to hand since writing mine of the 15th. & still in time for...
I have been at length, my dear friend, able to get the claim of M. Poirey passed by congress, & I...
The inclosed is a Copy of a Letter which was intended to have awaited you in Virginia. But as...
It is easier for you to conceive than for me to express the sensibility of my Heart at the...
The Conversation with which you honoured me last Evening, has induced me, to give you the Trouble...
It seems that a writ of surseance is what Mr. Ridout desires. In what cases this is granted, by...
Behold me, my dear friend, dubbed Secretary of state, instead of returning to the far more...
Mr. Trumbull proposing to have his paintings of the principal actions of the American war...
Not till the 5th My dear Marqs was I able to leave York—providing for the detachment that was to...
This, my dear friend will be handed you by Tho s Jefferson Randolph who goes with his fellow...
White Plains [ New York ] July 27, 1778 . Introduces Major General Nathanael Greene who is to...
AL (draft): American Philosophical Society; copy: Library of Congress I admire much the Activity...
I send you by M r. Joy, all the writings which have fallen in my way, against the slave trade— I...
I have received your two letters of the 31st of July & 1st of August and approve the steps you...