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When our common Liberties are invaded, our dearest Rights in Danger, and a whole Continent loudly...
The polite and respectful terms in which you are pleased to communicate your approbation of our...
The Undersigned, Agents of the State of New York on the one and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts...
I feel the disappointment in being deprived of the pleasure of your own and M rs . Jays Company!...
I intended to have done myself the Honour of seeing your Excellency yesterday Evning but was so...
I found myself so much indisposd this morning that it was imprudent to go abroad; which will I...
I want words to express, as I ought, my grateful acknowledgements for the high honor of your...
I set off in a hurry which alone prevented my calling upon you for which I had a variety of...
It is with great Pleasure that I find your Excellencys arrival at Newburgh announced in the...
I am now on a Visit to the General from ⟨Kingston,⟩ where the Legislature is convened. The...
I have the Pleasure to acquaint you that M rs . Duane is in a great Degree restord to her Health;...
I am honourd with your Favour of the 3d Instant & have communicated it to my Colleagues. when I...
Among your numerous and respectable friends none can participate with more sensibility in events...
We have Intelligence from Charles Town which leaves it in our possession as lately as the 3d or...
I reflect with the utmost sensibility on the frequent instances I have experienced of your...
The Marquiss de la fayette handed me your favour of the 14: Instant which woud have been sooner...
A Resolution which lately passed—and which I have long had at Heart—makes it necessary that I...
I entertained the pleasing hope of meeting you at this place; on no better authority indeed than...
I beg Leave to recommend the enclosed papers transmitted by Governour Clinton to your...
Your Favour has been presented to the Committee of Conference. I beg you will do me the Justice...
Yesterday, my dear Friend, was an important day, productive of the Resolutions of which I enclose...
[ New York, August 10, 1791. On the back of Hamilton’s letter to Duane of August 4, 1791 , is the...
I had the Honour of writing to you last by our Friend the Marquiss de la fayette intending before...
I called upon you within the time limited to give you my answer on the Communication which in...
I need not tell you, my dear General, what I felt on the critical Arrival of Count de Grass’...
I conclude, my dear Sir, that the late Resolution of Congress recommending the Assumption of...
I receivd with infinite pleasure your very friendly favour by Lt Col. Smith. I shall have...
Yesterday I had the Honour of your Excellency’s very friendly Letter of the 4th Instant for which...
Accept my Thanks for your Favour of the 28 Augt and your obliging assurances that you will comply...
We arrived in this City on Wednesday afternoon. If you talk seriously to its Inhabitants you’l...