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Having read in the Papers of to Day, an extract of a Letter from a Gentleman in France to one at Boston, mentioning an Edict excluding foreign whale oil. I waited on the minister of France to be informed whether he had recd. official Information of it. He told me he had not...we had much Conversation on the Subject, and from it I was led to conclude, that he did not think it improbable that...
Having read in the Papers of to Day, an Extract of a Letter from a Gentleman in France to one at Boston, mentioning an Edict excluding foreign whale oil, I waited on the minister of France to be informed whether he had rec d . official Information of it. He told me he had not.— we had much Conversation on the Subject, and from it I was led to conclude, that he did not think it improbable that...
You will recieve this at a Moment when you will again find yourself surrounded by your amiable Family—it is a pleasing circumstance, and I congratulate you on theoccasion. We are much obliged to Mrs. Adams for having honored us tho for a little while with her company—it has confirmed the Esteem which her Character had inspired.—If wishes were not vain, I should wish you all well settled in our...
You will recieve this at a Moment, when you will again find yourself surrounded by your amiable Family— it is a pleasing Circumstance, and I congratulate you on the occasion. We are much obliged to M rs . Adams for having honored us tho for a little while with her Company— it has confirmed the Esteem which her Character had inspired.— If wishes were not vain, I should wish you all well settled...
on my Return two days ago from Jersey, I had the Pleasure of recieving your favor of the 11 Ult.— A sufficient number of Delegates to form a Congress not being at present in Town, it is not in my power to communicate it to that Honorable Body— nor indeed does it appear to me very probable that a sufficient number will be convened during the winter, unless some circumstance of Importance should...
I congratulate you my dear Sir! most cordially on your Return to your native Country, and am greatly pleased with the Reception you have met with—You deserve well of your country, and I am happy to find that the acknowledgment of your Services is not left solely to Posterity. our convention is still sitting. the opposers of the Constitution have proposed many amendments: as yet we proceed with...
I congratulate you my dear Sir! most cordially on your Return to your native Country, and am greatly pleased with the Reception you have met with— You deserve well of your country, and I am happy to find that the acknowledgment of your Services is not left solely to Posterity. our Convention is still sitting. The opposers of the Constitution have proposed many amendments. As yet we proceed...
Permit me to introduce to You Mr. aidn. Rissam who will have the Honor of deliv’g this Letter to You—He is the Son of a late eminent Lawyer of this City, who I really think was one of the best Men I have ever known as well as one of the best friends I have ever had. Hard considerations interest me in whatever may concern the amiable family he has left, and induce me to request your friendly...
As this Letter will go by the way of Ireland, and may be exposed to accidents in the Course of the Route, I decline entering into Particulars; but as the long recess of Congress who are now again convened, makes it necessary that the enclosed Letters of Recall should be transmitted without Delay. I think the best to send one first by this conveyance, & to forward Duplicates by another vessel...
I had the Honor of writing to you on the 16th Day of last Month, and now have that of transmitting to you herewith enclosed a Duplicate of the Ratification of your late Contract, together with a Copy of two Acts of Congress, Viz., one of the 18th. Day of July authorizing Mr. Jefferson to redeem our Captives at Algiers, and the other of the 12th. Day of October appropriating the Residue of the...