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I am this day, Madam, favoured with your Letter of the 19th. of March, and embrace the earliest...
Since I had the Pleasure of addressing You, nothing of Importance has occurred in the Concerns of...
I embrace the Oppertunity by Mr. Guild, of informing You, that Mr. Adams was well the 27th. of...
By Mr. Bourne, who was here last Week, I informed You that our commercial Affairs were arranged,...
Mr. Thaxter is arrived with the Definitive Treaty and I have the pleasure of receiving a number...
This will be delivered by Mr Jarvis lately of Boston, but formerly of this City, Son in Law to Mr...
I informed You a few Days since, that Yourself, M r Chancellor Levingston, & M r J Rutledge, were...
A few Days since, I rec d your Letter of the 13 th of Decr last, without either of the Arrets...
Since my last of the 3 d of August I am favoured with yours of the 26 th of June, 6 th of July,...
Here I am after a six Months Session at Annapolis, on my Way to Massachusetts, & altho my...
I find on inquiring that you are elected Vice-president, having three or four times the number of...
Since my last, informing You of the Circumstances of your Appointment to the Court of London,...
I am favoured my dear sir by the last post with yours of the 9 th of september & 12 th of...
I have lately returned to this City after four Months Absence, & am favoured with your several...
The proceedings of the Convention being this day published, I embrace the Oppertunity of...
I have but one of your Favours unanswered, which was duly delivered by M r Wingrove, a very...
The definitive Treaty is this Day ratified by Congress, & I have but a few Moments, by Colonel...
M r Thaxter arrived here last Evening, by the Way of New York, with the definative Treaty, having...
I intended by this Conveyance to have sent You a History of the Times, but by various Engagements...
The packet has given her Signal this Morning for sailing & I have but an half Hour to write. You...
A few Days since, I rec d your Letter of the 13 th of Dec r last, without either of the Arrets...
I have received your letter requesting “any explanation which may serve to throw further light on...
I am this Day favoured with yours of the 11th. of Novr., and am unhappy to hear that the Flames...
We have the honor of addressing this by our worthy friend, the honorable Mr. Sayre, who was...
[ Annapolis, 19 May 1784 . Noted in SJL as received 24 May 1784, “inclosing introductory...
I intended by the last packet to have answered your Letter of the 11th. of May, for which I am...
I returned to this place about a fortnight after You left it, and received from Mrs. Cotton your...
By the last Post I received from the president of the Senate of Massachusetts a Letter, inclosing...