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I am honored by your letter of the 8 th , & am much obliged to you for the kind interest you have...
Being here on a few days visit with Mrs. Gerry to her aged parents, & having left six small...
Whilst the late envoys were in Paris, they recommended Mr William Lee, in a letter to Mr...
Having transmitted to Mr Pickering, additional documents, numbered from 36 to 50 inclusively, you...
I am honored by your confidential letter of the 30th of Decer, & am sorry that any event should...
I have the honor to inform you, that there has lately been published in the Boston Gazettes, a...
I am honored by your letters of the 7th and 8th instant. The satisfaction which you are pleased...
Mr Gerry presents his best respects to the President of the United States, & sends by the bearer...
The bearer of this, Mr. Waldo, is the Gentleman whom I mentioned, in a letter which I had the...
Since my arrival here, I have not had the honor to address you: the want of health part of the...
I am honored by your letter of the 17th, & sincerely thank you for the information it contains....
I inclose the remarks, which I proposed to make, when I had the honor of paying my last respects...
I had the honor, this morning of paying my respects to your Lady, & the pleasure of finding her &...
A social friend, but not one whose politicks have been much in unison with mine, has suggested to...
I propose to embark for the United States this day, & have only a moment to inform you that Mr...
I received yesterday from Mr Lee, the letter enclosed, & being fully convinced, that he is an...
The sailing of the Packet on which we are to go to New Port, being unexpectedly deferred till...
The information communicated by the Secretary of State, of my appointment to the office of an...
I am honored with your letters of the 13th & 20th of Feby, the former of which, being an answer...
If an answer to the letter, which Your Excellency proposed to write to Mr Pickering on my...
Remarks on General Marshalls letter of the 12th of Nov, & Mr Pickerings of the 10th of December...
I have the honor to enclose a copy of my letter to the Secretary of state, & your pamphlet, with...
It was always my sincere intention, but you have made it my indispensible duty, to support your...
This I expect you will receive by my collegue General Marshal, who carries with him the last...
I observe by the news papers, that the meeting of the academy of arts & sciences, is to be at...
I have the pleasure to inform you, that I have just received, by Capt Eaton, the dispatches from...
Agreably to your opinion, advice, & request, of the 15th of december, any one of which was sure...
In your letter of december 15th, referring to General Marshall’s journal, You are pleased to...
I have the honor to enclose a copy of Mr Pickerings letter to me of the 20th of June No 1, of an...
I had the honor of addressing you on the 17th by Mr Hopkins; & being informed by Mr. Putnam of...
I was honord, a few days since, by your friendly letter of the 15th. I had previously recd a...
I am honored with your letter of the 6th, which I took from the cover without breaking the seal....
Permit me, with great sincerity, to congratulate you on your appointment to the office of...
Your obliging letters of the 12th of may , and 21st of June, I have received; and have taken a...
I now propose to finish my letter of the 15th, which was hastily concluded, to prevent...
At nine oClock last evening, Mr Lee, a [sincere?] friend of yours & mine, came up from Boston to...
Inclosed is a copy of a letter which I wrote to Mr. Monroe the 4th of april, to the care of...
Mr Otis, secretary of the Senate, was kind eno’ to take four letters , of which two were for...
On the 27th of March I had the pleasure of addressing a letter to yourself, and on the 4th of...
On my return last evening from Mrs. Gerrys friends, on the Jersey side of North River, I received...
By Judge Lincoln, my dear Sir, I embrace a favorable opportunity of acknowledging your very...
In a conference with the President of the U.S. at his house on a visit three days after his...