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Draught of a treaty of Amity & Commerce between her most faithful Majesty the Queen of Portugal...
Art. XI. 2 + There shall be, a full and entire Liberty of Conscience allowed, to the Inhabitants...
And it is further specially agreed that except the liberty of introducing woollens into the...
Observations Sur le Traité D’Amitie et de Commerce. N. 1 ere. We must conform ourselves, as to...
After a Passage of two days, against contrary Winds, and a terrible Jolt through the Mud, from...
We have received from Congress a Resolution by which We are to be impowered to negotiate a Treaty...
I have past through the Ceremonies of taking Leave of the States General, the Prince and Princess...
Your Letter of the 23d. has made me the happiest Man upon Earth. I am twenty Years younger than I...
I have had another Fever, which brought me low, but as it has carried off certain Pains and...
Before this time I hope you have the Happiness to See your Daughter out of all Danger and your...
I have this Day, by Special Permission from their Majesties obtained by Mr. West the Painter who...
I have time only to inform you that We are well, and to repeat my earnest Wish and Expectation to...
I have been so diligent on the Road and so much interrupted by Company at the Taverns that this...
We are lodged in our old Chamber at Amsterdam, and Sleep as soundly as if there were not a dozen...
This moment returning from Mr Bridgen where I had been to deliver him a Letter to you, written...
I have the Satisfaction to inform you that the definitive Treaties were all Signed yesterday, and...
I was much disappointed, on the Arrival of Mr. Temple in London, at not finding a Letter from...
This Morning for the first Time, was delivered me the Resolution of Congress of the first of May,...
I have rec d yours of the 7. th — I have written you on every Post day. M r Jefferson is so...
We were pleased by the receipt of yours of the 5th. inst. from Harwich, to find that your jaunt...
Yours of Jany. 10 to Mr. Robbins, he shewed me this Moment and informs Me, he goes on Board on...
We have Seen Magnificence, Elegance and Taste enough to excite an Inclination to see more. We...
Your favour without a Date, just now received and Mr. Jeffersons Arrival, a Month sooner than he...
I have rec d your favours of the 3 and 13 th and have opened that to our Son, who has been absent...
I wrote you Yesterday, that I had executed the Contract and should return to England by the...
This is the first Moment I have been able to Seize, in order to acquaint you of my Arrival and...
Mr Murray, whom I am glad to see out again will carry to Bath this Memorandum that We are all...
I hope you have had a Pleasant Journey and are happy in your tour. I am, in a state of...
Having humbly presumed to wait on you to solicit the honor of serving your Excellency’s Family...
From the first of April to this time, I have been in constant and anxious Expectation of hearing...
With the tenderest emotions of a father’s heart, I congratulate you on your agreeable voyage, and...
I thank you for your Kind Letter of the 9th. of April, and congratulate you on the admission of...
I have recieved with pleasure your letter of the 22d. of octr. and agree with you that the times...
Count de Montauto Governor of this City has informed me of the Commissioners having made...
Uncertain whither Mrs. Adams has yet returned from her excursion to N-York I enclose to you:...
I Have Been Honoured with Your favour By Mr̃ Joy to Whom I Will Readily Render Every Service in...
This will accompany a joint letter inclosing the draught of a treaty, and my private letter of...
Mr. Jay having been, and still continuing too much indisposed to attend to Business, has directed...
Since Mrs. Adams’s Departure I have revolved within myself, whether you would not have an...
I had the pleasure of receiving your Letter from Paris of the 18 th. March just before I embarked...
LS : Massachusetts Historical Society I have received a Letter from a very respectable Person in...
The Lines which you will find under this Cover from his Excell y. Benjamin Franklin Esquire...
Yours by your son was a very agreeable letter. I rec d it last wednesday while at the...
V. E. Verra par les copies ci-jointes, qu’il ne s’est agi que de rendre à ces Messieurs...
Mr. Church proposes to embark on board the british Packet, which is to sail to-morrow. He has...
To the care of Doct r Parker who I am told will be a safe conveyance, & who has promised to...
Two days only are wanting to campleat six years since my dearest Friend first crost the...
I am much obliged to You for your kind remembrance of me, & the very acceptable present You sent...
Pursuant to your obliging offer, commd. by the Revd. Dr Price, I take the liberty of troubling...
The Bearer D r. Benj n. Barton will deliver to you two Copies of the Second Volume of...