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My Malady renders my Sitting up to write rather painful to me, but I cannot let my Son-in-law Mr...
I have made a rule to myself that your Excellency should not be troubled with any solicitations...
I have often thought that the Number of People, who by Curiosity and the Admiration of your...
I am just arrived from a Country, where the Reputation of General Washington runs very high, and...
Permit me to introduce to you the Bearer Mr Hogendorff, of an illustrious Family, and Lieutenant...
LS and copy: Library of Congress I did myself the honour of writing to you a few Days since by...
I did myself the honour of writing to you a few Days since by the Comte de Segur. This Line is...
LS and two copies: Library of Congress I received duly the Honour of your Letter accompanying the...
I received duly the Honour of your Letter accompanying the Capitulation of Gen. Cornwallis. All...
L , AL (draft), and copy: Library of Congress The Bearer Mr. Grieve, goes to Virginia, with an...
The Bearer Mr Grieve, goes to Virginia, with an Intention of settling there, where he has also...
Copy: Library of Congress If by any Operation of War in the ensuing Campaign, the Regiment of...
(I) LS and copy: Library of Congress; (II) copy: Library of Congress I beg leave to introduce to...
I beg leave to introduce to your Excellency’s Acquaintance & Civilities, Monsr le Chevalier De...
Count Christian and Count William de Deux Ponts Colonel and Lieutenant Colonel of the Regiment of...
ALS (draft) and two copies: Library of Congress I received but lately the Letter your Excellency...
I received but lately the Letter your Excellen[c]y did me the honour of writing to me in...
ALS : Bodleian Library, Oxford; copy: Library of Congress M. de Fontevieux, who hopes to have the...
AL (draft ): Library of Congress The Marquis de la Fayette, a young Nobleman of great...
AL (draft): Library of Congress Three Spanish Gentlemen, Natives of Peru, and Officers in the...
ALS (draft): Library of Congress The Bearer, M. de Cambray proposes to go to America with a View...
AL (draft): Library of Congress The Gentleman who will have the Honour of waiting upon you with...
AL (draft): Library of Congress M. Gontier de Biran, who will have the honour of delivering this...
ALS : Library of Congress M. de Knobelauch, who will have the Honour of delivering this to you,...
AL (draft): American Philosophical Society The Gentleman who will have the Honour of delivering...
ALS and copy of each: National Archives The Person who will have the Honour of delivering this to...
ALS (draft): Library of Congress I do every thing in my Power to discourage foreign Officers from...
ALS : Library of Congress Count Pulawski of Poland, an Officer famous throughout Europe for his...
LS and AL (draft): Library of Congress As I see that the Congress has resolved upon raising 3000...
ALS : National Archives; AL (draft): Library of Congress The Bearer, Monsr. Dorcet, is extreamly...