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ALS : Sotheby’s, New York (1985) I Beg leave to Return You My thanks for the Notice You Give me...
ALS : Massachusetts Historical Society Having Been Honoured With letters from Congress, it...
Your letter of the 10th of May is the last one that Came into My Hands for which I Beg leave to...
AL : Columbia University Library Mquis. de Lafayette’s Compliments waït upon Mr. Franklin and Mr....
Give me leave to Present to You Mr de Beaune a french officer Whom Respectable Persons Have So...
Having Received No Answer to My Letter By the frigate I May I think flatter Myself Before long to...
Printed invitation with MS insertions: American Philosophical Society The Marquis de la Fayette...
As there is no knowing When this Letter May Reach You, I Shall Content Myself With the...
Having yesterday conferred with Count de Vergennes upon some Public Concerns, He requested I...
Copies: Massachusetts Historical Society, Library of Congress Having Yesterday conferred with...
L : American Philosophical Society Le Mis. De la fayette fait Ses compliments à Monsieur franklin...
Having Been told by Mquis de Castries at Whose Country Seat I am, that He Now is Sending a Vessel...
On the 5 Ulto I Had the Honor to write You a Letter, and as Count d’Estaing was pleased to let me...
Were You But Such a Man as julius Cæsar or the king of Prussia, I should Almost Be sorry for You...
ALS : Library of Congress However Certain it Appears that Peace is Near at Hand, I Have thought...
ALS : American Philosophical Society After Having Been two days out of the Road, a S. o. [SW]...
ALS : Library of Congress To My Very Great Concern, I Have not Yet Received Your Answer to My...
My former Letters Have Acquainted You that, However talkative were Politicians About Peace, an...
ALS : Library of Congress Having Waïted some time for Mr. jay, I Was told By doctor Bancroft that...
AL : Library of Congress Mis. [Marquis] de Lafayette’s Best Respects Waït Upon Mr franklin and...
Since the Early Period When I Had the Happiness to Be Adopted Among the Sons of America, I ever...
ALS : Newberry Library; transcript: New York Public Library Since the Early Period When I Had the...
My Last Letter Has Informed You that in Case Peace is Not Made, and our Plans do not Immediately...
Since the time of Cle Gimat’s Arrival not a Line from You Has Come to My Hands, Which Misfortune...
Your favor of the 29h last Has Safely Come to Hand, for Which I am the More Obliged to you, as I...
AL : American Philosophical Society I am Very sorry, My Dear sir, I Have not the Pleasure to Wait...
ALS : University of Pennsylvania Library Every Child of Mine that Comes to Light is a Small...
ALS : Historical Society of Pennsylvania In the present letter Lafayette confirms that Vergennes...
AD and copy: Library of Congress Vergennes had advised the American commissioners against...
The bearer of my letter, Chevalier de Lambert, a French gentlemen, will do himself the honor to...
Reprinted from William Temple Franklin, ed., Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Benjamin...
How it Happens that I still am in Paris, I Hardly Can Myself Conceive and What is More...
Mr Grenville says, My dear General, that the Enabling Bill has past both Houses—How it will be...
ALS : Library of Congress You Have Been Acquainted that Mr. de Castries’s Courier was to Go to...
How it is Possible for me to Be Here at this Period You Will Hardly Be able to Conceive, and I...
AL : American Philosophical Society Will You Please, My dear sir, to let me Have a Copy of the...
ALS : Library of Congress Having Nothing New to Communicate I will Remain this day at Versailles,...
ALS : American Philosophical Society; transcripts: National Archives, Massachusetts Historical...
ALS : Library of Congress Major Ross Having Called Upon me this Morning, and Having said that in...
I Heartily Give You joy, My dear Sir, Upon the Happy Conclusion of Your dutch Negotiations. Every...
L : University of Pennsylvania Library Le Mis De la fayette a l’honneur de presenter Son Respect...
However Silent You May please to Be, I will Nevertheless Remind You of a friend who loves You...
However Sensible I am that our Cause May Be Better Served By My Presence Here, than it Could...
We have Certain Intelligence, My dear General, that Lord North is out of place. He Has Himself...
The sailing of the Alliance Has Been So Unexpected that Mr Franklin and Myself Have not Been Able...
I Beg You will Accept My Best thanks for the two letters You Have Been pleased to write Giving...
AL : American Philosophical Society The Mis. [Marquis] de la fayette Has the Honor to Present His...
L : American Philosophical Society Le marquis de Lafayette prie Monsieur de francklin de lui...
AL : American Philosophical Society Mis. [Marquis] de Lafayette’s Most Respectfull Compliments...
ALS : American Philosophical Society; transcript: Harvard University Library I Had the Night...