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It is not without great diffidence, that I take the liberty of addressing a few words to you—I am...
Since my letter to you of december 1785 from Chantilly in Virginia in answer to the letters that...
My Presedential year being ended I had left New York for this place (from which and from my...
My Presedential year being ended I had left New York for this place (from which and from my...
Having yesterday written a long letter to you, I have now only to request your attention to the...
I received the letter that you did me the honor to write me on the 15 th. of July with the...
I received your letter by your Son with the pleasure that will always attend such communications...
I had the honor of writing to you by Col o. Smith, which letter I doubt not but that you have, or...
The desire of paying my respects to an old and excellent friend compels me under all the...
Duplicate. The United States in Congress Assembled. [ 11 March 1785 ] To all to whom these...
The United States of America in Congress assembled. To our trusty and well beloved John Adams...
I should have paid my respects to you before now had I known where to have directed my letters,...
I congratulate you most sincerely on your safe return to your family and your country. I hope you...
Philadelphia, 24 April 1779. Dft ( ViU : Lee Papers). printed : The Letters of Richard Henry Lee...
I am exceedingly happy to hear of your safe arrival, and I hope agreeable accommodation at Paris....
While we officially communicate to you the inclosed Resolve the Foundation of which you cannot...
The British Commissioners have arrived and transmitted their powers and propositions to Congress,...
Our enemies at N. York had contrived to distress us a good deal by a publication that the Boston...
There is wanted for A fifty Six Gun Ship now building at Portsmouth in the State of New...
Our Affairs have now a universally good appearance. Every thing at home and abroad seems verging...
Our public letter does not leave me much to add, but friendship will not suffer me to let this...
With great pleasure to ourselves we discharge our duty by inclosing to you your Commission for...
The Resolve of Congress which you will receive under this Cover will shew you that we are...
ART. 1. The Commanders of all ships and vessels belonging to the THIRTEEN UNITED COLONIES, are...
You are desired to repair immediately to the City of New York, and there purchase a Ship suitable...
3 November 1775. Dft not found. printed : JCC Worthington C. Ford and others, eds., Journals of...