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I do myself the honor to transmit you herewith a Copy of the Institution of the Cincinnati a...
I have the honor of introducing to your acquaintance, Doct: Witherspoon President of the College...
Since I came to this place, which was evacuated by the British Forces, & taken possession of by...
Mr Platt, who will have the honor of presenting you with this Letter, and his Lady are going to...
I take the liberty of introducing to the honor of your acquaintance Major Jackson—a Gentleman who...
As I persuade myself it would rather give you pain than pleasure, were I to apologize for any...
While I thought there was a probability of my letters finding you in France, I wrote frequently...
If my expression was equal to my sensibility, I should in more elegant language than I am Master...
Of all the correspondencies with which I am honored, none has given me more pleasure than yours;...
It is now, more than ever, I want words to express the sensibility & gratitude with which the...
Mr Platt who will have the honor of presenting you this letter, & his Lady are going to England,...
The peregrination of the day in which I parted with you, ended at Marlbro’: the next day, bad as...
In the midst of hurry, and in the moment of my departure from this City I address this letter to...
This letter will be presented to you by Mr Rucker, Partner in the House of Constable Rucker & Co....
On thursday last I received in very good order, from Baltimore, under the care of Monsr Compoint,...
I have no expectation, that this Letter will find you in France. Your favor of Novr to me, & of...
You would scarcely expect to receive a letter from me at this place: a few hours before I set out...
Your letter of the 15th of Septr last year, introductory of Mr Duchi, I had the honor to receive...
I wrote to you my dear Marquis, on the 15th day of September last, a very long letter, mostly on...
You would be surprised at the old date of the letter herewith sent you, were I not to tell you...
Not till within this hour was I informed of the intention of Mr Rutledge (son to the Governor...
The Gentleman who will do the honor of presenting this letter to you is Mr Shipping—Son of your...
I have now before me, my dear Marqs your favor of the 3d of August in the last year; together...
You know it always gives me the sincerest pleasure to hear from you, my dear Marquis, and...
The Letter which you did me the favor to write to me by Mr Barratt dated the 6th of Feby,...
I have lately had the pleasure to receive two letters by which you introduced to my acquaintance...
Since writing you a hasty letter in November last, by a vessel which was then passing my door, I...
I have to acknowledge & thank you for your several favors of the 9th of February—19th of March &...
I fear my dear marqs, you will believe me to have been remiss in attentions to you. my last...
Altho’ the business of the Fœderal Convention is not yet clos’d, nor I, thereby, enabled to give...