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I am obliged to you for yours of the 31st. which I received by Capt. Landais. You will have...
I am obligd to you for your favor of the 25th. ultimo. The enclosd was an old Letter of the 13...
By the enclosed copy of a Letter I have sent Capt. Jones you will see that the dispute between...
I have but one moment to tell you, that I left Mrs. Adams your Children, General and Mrs. Warren...
Having come here to converse with the worthy Governor, an opportunity of his Dispatch is afforded...
I wrote you a long letter of the 30th. Decr. 1780 to which I have not yet receivd any answer. But...
I enclose you some late proceedings by which you will perceive that Mr. Laurens is to be made a...
The Ratification having this day, the first on which nine States were represented, been...
I cannot let this opportunity, thõ, from M r. Jefferson’s hurry, a transitory one, pass; without...
Your favor of the 6 th of April found me here two days ago, waiting for the necessary...
I do not know whether I shoud congratulate you on your appointment to the Court of London; since...
Being at this place, on private business, I cannot omit the opportunity of writing to you. The...
My Nephew Tho s. Lee Shippen wishes to be recommended to your patronage; & I am satisfyd he...
My Nephew Tho s. Lee Shippen wishes to be recommended to your patronage; & I am satisfyd he...
In your Letter of the 19 th May last, you were pleased to inform us that you had already accepted...
I received, my dear Sir, your Republics, & am much honord with the office you asign me. I had...
We are favor’d with your Letter of the 8th of May last, transmitting Protests for Non Acceptance...
I enclose you the long expected production of the Convention. I am inclined to think you will...
Give me leave to congratulate you on your happy arrival in your native Country; & on the...
I receivd your favor, my dear Sir, by which I percieve you are once more a farmer at Braintree—a...