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I have now the honor to enclose you a copy of the southern whale fishery bill—which I cou’d not...
As I had the misfortune the other day not to agree fully with you in opinion concerning the 36 th...
Westminster, London, 20 June 1785 . Acknowledges their letter of 15 June; agrees “entirely … in...
I am commanded by H R Highness The Duke of Cumberland, to signify to you his great Regrets that...
I have written, by the late Packetts, for the Orders of Congress concerning near a Million of...
I have received your favour of the 13th. of March with the three obligations inclosed; & I thank...
Yesterday the Tripolitan Ambassador Sent a Message by a Doctor Benamor, an English Jew most...
I had the Honor of writing to you on the 3 d. Instant, since which I have not had the Pleasure of...
Two days ago, I was honoured with your Letter of the 4. of May, in which another of the first of...
Yesterday I received the two Letters You did me the Honour to write me on the 3. of August. The...
Encouraged by the high opinion I entertain of your personal character, and persuaded, that in the...
’Tis two Months this day since I arrived at New York— I delivered the Treaty & Dispatches on the...
I do myself the Honour to inclose to you a Copy of a Memorial to their High Mightinesses of this...
Mr. Burke presents his Compliments to the Vice=President and is sorry he cannot do himself the...
Oúr distressed Sitúation on the one Side, and the Manÿ Civilities & friendlÿ regard Which ÿoúr...
Give me leave to introduce to you Colonel Forrest, who lost a Limb at the Battle of Germantown—he...
Since the 22 d. February which was the Date of my last Letter to You, I have been honored with...
The Britons boast that All the Prophecies of the Loss of the American Trade, from the...
Mess r: James Sutton & C o: present their respectfull compliments to his Excellency M r: Adams.—...
In a former Letter I expressed a Doubt whether I Should go directly to London, or first to the...
To sundry charges and expences paid & incurred [. . .] an attested copy of letters Patent of King...
Since my Letter to you this Morning, I have thought it most prudent to send you the original...
I am much obliged to you for the information of my little peice of good fortune—I should be much...
I do myself the Honour to inclose to your Excellency as President of the Accademy of Arts and...
My last to You was written the 2 d. Ult:— It acknowledged the Receipt of your Letters of 15. 17....
Mr. Silvester presents his most respectful compliments to the Vice President and acknowledges the...
The Attack upon Mr Dumas, is but a Part of that System of Intimidation, that the present...
I have the honour to inclose a Copy of a Letter to the Marquis of Carmarthen of the 14 th. of...
Inclosed is a Duplicate and Triplicate of my Letter to the Secretary of State Mr. Jay, which I...
Mr Adams the American Minister Plenipotentiary presents his Compliments to Sir Peter Burrel, and...