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On the first of May I went to the Hague, and wrote to his Excellency Peter Van Bleiswick Esqr....
Repeated Letters from London, confirm the Account of Mr. Laurens’s being confined to the Tower,...
Since the Receipt of the Dispatches, by the Honourable Mr. Searle I have been uninteruptedly...
It is an Observation made some Years ago by a great Writer of this Nation de Mably, that the...
Notwithstanding the Influence of the English Nation; notwithstanding the Influence of old...
I have recieved your Excellency’s Letter of the first of January, with the Commission and...
At last, even the Morning Post, of the eighteenth of April, confesses, that the Memorial from the...
As Eloquence is cultivated with more Care in free Republicks, than in other Governments, it has...
There has been much said in the public Papers concerning Conferences for Peace, concerning the...
I have the Honour to inclose to Congress, Proposals for a general Pacification, by the Dean of...
The disputes about the Alliance, have been so critical and disagreable, that Congress will pardon...
I have the Honour to send by this Opportunity, a few Pamphlets and Papers. The Pamphlets relate...
Since my Letter of the twentieth, I have recieved another Letter from his Excellency the Comte de...
On the 10th of this month, Sir Joseph York, presented to the States General, the following...
The Emperor appears to be more intent at present upon taking a fair Advantage of the present...
It is necessary that I should inform Congress, in what manner I have been able to procure Money...
This Day the Skipper of a Trech Schuit, brought me, your Excellencys important Dispatches by...
I have been amused sometime with dark and unintelligible hints in Letters from London of some...