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ALS : American Philosophical Society I am agoing to America Immediately in a very large Ship well Armed & Man’d—if you have any commands (and will inclose them to Mr. John Bonfield American Agent here) I will with the greatest pleasure take particular care of them— The Fleet will depart from this the last of the Month, or the beginning of the next at furthest. I wrote to you some time ago at...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I received a Letter from Mr. Cradock Taylor by the last post, who has been detained as a prisioner at Aix in Provence this Twelve Months, he informs me that you want proof of his being a Native, and Subject, of the United States of America, before he can obtain his liberty— I have known him ever since he was a child, and am exceeding well acquainted with...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Inclosed is a Letter I recd from Mr. Geo: Anderson a young Gentleman of Virginia who was taken in a Vessell of his own by an English cruizer & carried into Lisbon, where he now is, at the House of Mr. Arnold Henry Dohrman the bearer of this, and who will have the Honour of delivering it to you himself. This Gentleman has been a particular Friend to all our...
ALS : American Philosophical Society You will please to excuse me for taking the liberty of inclosing to you a Letter from one of our unfortunate countrymen, now a prisioner at Aix in Provence, he wou’d be very happy to obtain his liberty and return to his native Country, (Virginia) he is a young Gentleman of very good Family and Fortune in that Country—and is very capable of rendering some...