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ALS : American Philosophical Society I flatter myself, that your Excellency will readily pardon the freedom of this address, as I trust that my Character is not unknown to You; Your Worthy and Virtuous Countrymen have always met with my Favor, Protection and assistance in Ireland; particularily Collonel Ethan Allen & those who were with him, and my whole Conduct towards the United States has...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I have the honour to inform your Excellency, that I have this day, received a Letter from my worthy Friends Messrs: Folsh and Hornbostel of Marsailles, enclosing a Copy of his Excellencys the Count de Vergenne’s Letter to the Marquiss de Pilles Governor of that City, granting me and my Sons permission, at your recommendation, to remain there; having been...
ALS : American Philosophical Society On my arrival at Ostend this morning, I had the honour of your Excellency’s Letter with the two passports, for which I return you my most Sincere and gratefull thanks; I was delayed on my Journey to Ostend much Longer than I expected, or should sooner have acknowledged the receipts of your Letters & favours, which I assure your Excellency never shall be...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I beg leave to Introduce, the Bearer, Mr John Collins of the City of Dublin to your favor; I would not presume to take such repeated Liberties, was I not most firmly convinced that Mr: Collins will discharge himself with Integrity. He will have the Honor to acquaint your Excellency with his Intentions; should they prove favourable, & agreable, to the...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I take the immediate opportunity of Mr: John Collin’s return from Paris, to Express my sincere and most Gratefull thanks to you, for your repeated favors, which have left Impressions on my mind that no Time can Efface; Happy shall I Esteem myself in every opportunity of Shewing my respect to so Great & Eminently distinguished a Character; May The Almighty...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Mr: Edward Newenham’s respects, & begs leave to enclose the account of a Volunteer review in Ireland, which his Father order him to forward to your Excellency. I am with the Greatest respect, your Excellency’s most obedient, & very humble servant. Addressed: To / His Excellency Dr: Benjamin Franklin / Minister Plenipotentiary / of the United States / Paris...
ALS : American Philosophical Society With the fullest confidence of your Excellencys readiness in assisting those who are distressed, particularily when such distresses, happen in the Course of human affairs and not brought upon men for any act of theirs, I flatter myself, that my Pardon for the Liberty I take, and the request I make will be most cordialy Granted. My worthy Fellow-Citizens of...
Two ALS : American Philosophical Society I could not neglect one post in returning your Excellency my most Gratefull thanks for this recent, Noble and Devinely generous Addition to all your former favors conferred upon me; with the Sincerity of an honest heart, I pledge myself that, as far as lies in my power, no improper use shall be made of it— It arrived the morning of this day, & I had...
ALS : Historical Society of Pennsylvania According to my fathers orders I take the liberty of sending to your Excellency the enclosed Irish papers; by which, & his letters to me, it seems that Ireland will soon be as free & independant a nation as England, & that England will soon recover her ancient glory. With the sincerest wishes for the preservation of your Excellency’s health & happiness...
ALS : Historical Society of Pennsylvania I most Ardently wish for the hour, that I shall be able to pay my personal respects to your Excellency and thank you for the repeated and unmerited favors you have conferred upon me; Lady Newenham, who accompanies me to Paris & from thence to Neuchatel & Rome, is equaly desirous to pay her respects to that Great & Respectable Character which she has...