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Mr: Robert Bird, the bearer of this letter, is a respectable merchant of this place, a brother of...
I have entered upon my business, and have many things to say to you, but find myself at present,...
I have a few papers to send you, and cannot omit the occasion to say a few words, though I have...
The bearer of this Letter Mr: Montfort is a clergyman who being compelled to leave his Country,...
The bearer of this Letter, Mr. D’Hauteval, is a french Gentleman from the Island of St. Domingo,...
Since my last Letter (15.) nothing very material has occurred. The newspapers enclosed will shew...
Mr: Pinckney has returned, and of course my business here ceases. I am yet waiting however for...
In addition to the letters and Packets which I have already sent by the present conveyance, I now...
I wrote you so copiously, a few days since, that I can embrace the present opportunity only to...
Mr: Ebenezer Dorr, and Mr: Edward Jones, merchants, of this Town, by this Post send a petition to...
The bearer of this letter, is Mr: Henry Rigal, who has been recommended to me as a gentleman of...
You will doubtless hear before this reaches you, the event of a Town-meeting which was called...
After almost four months of expectation, I have at length received a letter which permits my...
The bearer, Major-General Eustace, after having served with great honor and reputation in the...
I arrived here last Evening, and this morning paid my Respects to the Secretary of State, who...
At length I have been released from a situation, equally remote from all public utility and all...
A variety of circumstances have occurred since you left this part of the Country, which have...
I have received within a few days three Letters with which you have favoured me, and shall pay to...
Mr: Wilcox has not yet been here but sent me from Hamburg your favour of February 11. which was...
The french Directory have refused to receive Mr: Pinckney as Minister from the United States, and...
I expected to have been on my way to Boston before this; but M r: Hamilton is gone into the...
In the situation which has already detained me here between four and five months, and from which...
I have a Letter from you which has called forth the few remaining sparks of my attenion to...
The enclosed extract of a Letter from Paris, which has been communicated to me, contains certain...
I have been detained about ten days in this place, waiting for a wind, and am very like to be...
I received this morning your favour of the 3 d: inst t: We still hold tolerably firm to the text...
As I was going to meeting this afternoon a Gentleman met me in the street, and desired me to fill...
I received two days ago your letter from New-York of June 29. It gratified my highest ambition as...
Since the date of my last Letter, February 12, nothing very material has taken place in this...
Mr: Hall arrived a few days ago, and delivered to me a few days ago your favours of Novr: 17. and...
I received yesterday your favour of August 7. The first time I have had the pleasure of a letter...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of two Letters from you, of the 9 th. and of the 19 th: of last...
A few days ago, I received at once your Letters of Novr: 11. from Quincy and of Decr: 5. from...
Since I wrote you last I am informed that the French Directory have ordered Mr. Pinckney to leave...
In my last Letter I purposed giving you an account of the measures which have been taken upon the...
Since my arrival here, I have employed all the Time, that I have been able to spare, from the...
I received on Saturday your favour of the 13 th: Inst t: Our Supreme Court closed their session...
I have more than once mentioned to you, the state of retirement from political conversation in...
Since I wrote you last I have been in constant expectation of seeing General Pinckney here, and...
I enclose herewith a letter from Mr: Dumas, which he requested me to transmit. The old...
You will see by the official papers published in the "Times" of the 11th: instt: which I enclose...
I must apologize for not having answered before this your last Letter; but your conjectures with...
M r: Dorr obtained a passage in the vessel with M r: Jay, and M r: Jones, had an opportunity to...
Under the present circumstances of affairs in this Country, I did not think it prudent to make...
The total defeat of the Emigrants who had effected a descent in Britanny, as mentioned in my last...
General Pinckney and his family have arrived at Amsterdam; but as I have not seen him I presume...
It has not been altogether from a neglect of my duties that I have hitherto omitted writing you;...
I hear of a vessel to sail in two or three days from the Texel, and cannot lose any opportunity...
Our Electors met in this town on Wednesday last, and their Votes for President and Vice-President...
The day before yesterday, I had my Audience of the Stadtholder and delivered him my credentials....