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I received your Excellency’s Letter of the 31st Ulto & am always rendered particularly happy,...
By the Bearer Capt. Pinkney I return the Glass which your Excellency was so obliging as to lend...
The detachment made from the british Camp mentioned in my last to Your Excellency for the purpose...
The enclosed Letters came by the last Packett I forwarded to your Excellency in the begining of...
I have the honor of informing your Excellency, that I inspected yesterday morning, the following...
The request I am going to make, will perhaps at the first blush appear singular—this you’ll...
Your benevolence I know will excuse the particularity of this address, when you confide in the...
I did myself the honour of writing you from Harwich and Amsterdam— we have been very unfortunate...
I was so exceedingly hurried the few Days that I remained in London after the receipt of your...
The three Letters which Mrs. Adams honoured me with were received at Paris, and should have been...
Your goodness will doubtless attribute my silence to a necessary attention to the duties of...
An anxiety to preserve a consistancy of Character in the opinion of Mrs. Adams (in whose...
Some day’s after my return, I did myself the honor of writing to your Excellency; and after...
MS not found. Printed from facsimile in WSS ’s hand in Magazine of American History, with Notes...
One among our many follies Was calling in for Steaks at Dolly’s Whereby we’ve lost—& feel like...
MS unavailable. Text and reproduction of signatures from Magazine of American History with Notes...
John left yours of yesterday’s date with the order for 8 Guineas at my house this morning. I have...
I was much pleased by the receipt of yours of the 4th. inst. to find you had arrived safe at...
In a Letter which I wrote your Excellency this morning, I mention forwarding by Mr. Smith your...
I have received yours of the 4th. inst. and am glad you have found a horse that will suit you. I...
I have received yours of the 16th. Ulto. When I sent the press I gave the Gentleman who carried...
Agreable to your request I have been to Woodmason’s as I informed you in my last. He was to have...
We were pleased by the receipt of yours of the 5th. inst. from Harwich, to find that your jaunt...
I replyed fully to yours of the 9th. Ulto. on the 18th. of the same sinee which I have not had...
I have the honor of forwarding to your Excellency a Copy of a Letter I received this day from Mr....
I have only time to enclose your Excellency a Copy of a Letter received yesterday from Mr....
I had the honor of addressing you on the 18th. inst. in answer to your favor of the 9th. of...
I have received yours of the 23d. ulto. The first printing press has been forwarded some time....
Mr. Adams wrote you on the 11th. ulto. by post, accompanied with an Answer to Mr. Lamb signed,...
Inclosed is Mr. Jones’s answer to your Question. I have given to Mr. Stockdale 4 Vols. of Pope’s...
London, 28 Nov. 1786. Requests that TJ obtain letters of introduction from his friends in Paris...
Inclosed are the Copies of the Letters which you requested in one of yours. I have no tolerable...
No my dear Sir it is not me. It is impossible that my heart would ever permit me to pen a line to...
I dare say, my friend, when you receive this, you will think I have moved with great rapidity....
I am under the disagreeable necessity of informing you that Mr: Barclay is in Prison at this...
Mr. Short having informed you from Paris of my intention of being here about the 14th. and of the...
I have recived your agreable Letter of the 5 th. of may and am much obliged for it, at the same...
I was much pleased this morning by the receipt of yours of May 19th. Look at the dates—May 5th,...
By my Several Letters to Mrs: Smith since my departure your Excellency will have been regularly...
I must most pointedly express my obligation for the Letter of introduction which you forwarded...
I propose embarking in the Packet for Falmouth the day after to-morrow. It is probable I shall be...
The advances which I was under the necessity of making preparitory to my Journey, & the most...
I wrote you, my love, the first thing I did after my landing here on the 20th; I then proposed...
In the first place I must introduce my very particular friend Mr. J. B. Cutting as a Gentleman of...
London, 18 Sep. 1787 . Introduces Benjamin Parker, nephew of Daniel Parker, a student at...
The Bearer Mr. Stewart was an officer in our troops during the war and some time under my...
London, 8 Oct. 1787 . Acknowledges TJ’s letter of 28 Sep. ; would be “much flattered if Congress...
Permit me to introduce the Bearer Dr. Walker a young Gentleman from Virginia.—Nothing new has...
By introducing the bearer Mr. Daniel Parker (who I think you encountered once at my lodgings in...
I have been honoured by the receipt of your Letter of the 13th. ulto. and notice the alarm of...