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After we parted last Saturday Evening I retired to my Room, and spent the remaining part of it in...
Studious to avoid every Suspicion that m[ torn ] ous to the good opinion which you say you [ torn...
Never my Dear Friend have I been more at a Loss in answering a Letter than I now am, and never...
I received Yours of the 1 st . March Yesterday. altho I did not suspect any Part of my Letter to...
The letter you mention to have wrote the week before last, has never come to Hand and I cant...
Providence I confess has conferred Blessings upon me with a liberal hand and my days glide on...
How it came to pass I know not, but so the Fact is, that neither of your Letters to me came to...
Your Letter of the 15 th : Inst. informs me that you continue indisposed and that you are nursing...
The Pleasure I expected from meeting ^ a Junction of ^ our little Families at Bristol has...
I returned to this City about Noon this Day from Eliz h .Town, & to my great mortification am...
I am just arived at this place from N. York where I have conversed with Gen. l Washington on the...
This Letter will accompany another from me to the Convention of your State—the purport of wch...
I wish I had leizure to write you fully on the subject of yr last Letter —the moving state of the...
We arrived in this City on Wednesday afternoon. If you talk seriously to its Inhabitants you’l...
Your Letter of the 26 Instant was this Evening delivered to me. When I was called last from...
Yours of the 25th came to hand last night. Since my last addressed to Mr. Morris, the enemy have...
Your Letter of the 16th Inst., I received to day. Tho I am & shall always be happy in your...
I have the pleasure of your favour of the 25th. I cannot be induced to think the enemy are so...
I last Evening had the pleasure of your favour of the 2d. I am with you exceeding anxious for the...
I most sincerely and heartily sympathise with you in the distresses and dangers under which your...
I was a few days ago favd with yours of the 8th instant. I am sorry that any undue promotions...
I should have answered your favor of the 14th January before this time, had I not have been daily...
Not a single Line have you rec d . from me since my arrival. This you may say does not look very...
M r . Sands delivered me your Fav r . of the 4 th . Inst. Yesterday. It gave me much Pleasure....
I address this Letter to you both because I have not time by this opportunity to write to each...
Accept my Thanks for your very friendly Letter— It recalled to my Mind many Circumstances on...
My Letters from S t . Pierre a few Days ago will inform you of the Misfortunes that drove us...
Accept my Thanks, and cordial ones they are, for your friendly Letter of the 22 d . Dec r . last,...
Your Favor of the 6 July came to Hand Yesterday— This & two others viz of the 6 Oct r . and 22...
The disagreeable events which have taken place in the Pensyla and Jersey lines—the general...
The Promise, which was made me by Mr. Bergsma, that I should have an Answer from the Province of...
I have to acknowledge, & thank you for your favor of the 16th which covered a Letter from the...
I scarcely ever address you in the familiar Stile, but I am insensibly led to reflect on what...
(I) LS : National Archives; copies: Library of Congress, National Archives (two); press copy of...
The Secretary of the Minister of State sent me Yesterday Morning your Favor of the 13 th ....
Maj Franks has delivered the my Dispatches to Cap t . Manly who I hope will deliver them together...
Yesterday the Duplicate of your Letter of the 23d. of October was brought to me, the Original not...
No Letters by the Marquis de la Fayette have as yet reached me. I had the Honor of writing to you...
I wrote to you a short Letter on the 16 th . Instant. I have procured a Copy of the Gazette to be...
On the 14th. instant I had the honor to acknowledge the Receipt of your Duplicate of the 23d. of...
I know very well the Name of the Family where I spent the Evening with my worthy Friend Mr. —...
Friesland has at last taken the Provincial Resolution to acknowledge the Independence, of which...
LS : National Archives; press copy of LS : National Archives; copies: Library of Congress,...
LS : National Archives; press copy of LS : National Archives; copies: National Archives, Library...
By the Address of the House of Commons to the King, his Majesty’s Answer, and the Resolution of...
Count Montfort will be the Bearer of this Letter— He was formerly Maj r . of Count Pulaski’s...
Amsterdam, 19 March 1782. RC in John Thaxter’s hand ( PCC , No. 84, IV, f. 25–60). printed :...
LS , copy, and transcript: National Archives; copy: Library of Congress In mine of the 9th Inst....
(I) LS , press copy of LS , and transcript: National Archives; copy: Library of Congress; (II) LS...
Press copy of LS , and transcript: National Archives; copy: Library of Congress Being at Court on...