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I have only Time to introduce to you Coll Smith and to request in his behalf the Honour of your...
You will receive herewith enclosed a Copy of a Letter to me from the Honorable D. Huger Esqr. a...
Agreeable to the kind intimation you was pleased to do me the Honor of making the last time I was...
I had the Honor of writing to you on the 16th Day of last Month, and now have that of...
I have received the Letter you did me the honor to write to me on the 27 th. of January—and...
I duely received the Letter, you did me the Honour to write me, on the Subject of a Treaty with...
I have been favored with your Letter in which you mention M r Warren. Your opinion of that...
Our distressed Situation on the one Side, and the Many Civilities & friendly regard Which your...
I have been prevented from paying my respects to you hitherto by the feeble State I have been in...
On the other side is a Copy of a Letter I had the honor to write you by M r. Bingham the 7 th. of...
Still I am unable to give you satisfactory Information on the old and interesting Subject of your...
We have received your two Letters, of the 15 & 18. July from Alicant and are sorry to learn that...
Your Favour of the Seventeenth of this Month, was delivered to me, last night.— I left London on...
We Suppose, that you had your Degree last Wednesday, and upon that Supposition, I congratulate...
I thank you for the loan of the Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, they have...
I do in the most becoming and with the most due respect, humbly Solicit the favour of your...
I have been favored with your Letter in which you mention M r Warren. Your opinion of that...
I have the Pleasure of yours of July 30. and advise you to purchase the Coach and prepare every...
Having wrote some letters and sent them to your Excellency at London sometime ago and by Post, no...
I am honored with the Letter you wrote me from London the 21 st. Ult. which I receive as a...
We had the honor of receiving your Favour of the 20 th: Inst, and are persuaded that the...
I thank you for the loan of the Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, they have...
Last night I rec d. your obliging Favor of the 7 Inst. & the Letters mentioned to be enclosed...
the Arch Bishop of Canterbury, did me the Honour of a Visit yesterday and delivered me a Letter a...
I have been honored with your Letters of the 10th. 19. & 30 April and 1st. May last. Since the...
I wrote you on the 7 th: of last Month, and also on the 18 th. of this enclosing some Papers...
The Reverend Fr. Adr. Vanderkemp, a Clergyman whom I knew at Leyden, for several years, will have...
The rain having detained me from sitting off for the country so early as I intended, I cannot...
Your favour of the 27. April is, before me.— I wish very Sincerely that my family had made a...
Inclosed is a Copy of a Letter from the Portugese Minister, to me of the 7. of September and of...
There is no Maxim more clearly settled in all Courts, and in all Negotiations between Nations,...
I wrote you Yesterday, in your Ministerial Capacity as well as mine, my ulltimate Determination...
The enclosed Extracts from the Journal of Congress will inform you of your Appointment to go as...
This letter will be presented to you by the Hon. William Smith Esquire one of the representatives...
I hope, that before this day you are Safely arrived at New York, and that in another Month, I...
I have just now received the Letter which D r Franklin did me the Honour to write me on the 16...
I have been prevented from paying my respects to you hitherto by y[thorn sign] e feeble State I...
I do myself the Honour to transmit to Congress, a Letter from Mr Harrison, with an Account of...
M r Randall who proposes to Sail in a few Days for N York, will deliver you this Letter. If, I...
I have received your Letter, inclosing two Pamphlets one of which I have Sent to M r Jefferson,...
Give me Leave to introduce to you John Anstey Esq Barrister at Law and a Member of Parliament,...
The Rev d. Doctor Provost is so obliging as to take Charge of this Letter together with other...
Mr. Bourn a Son of your old acquaintance Melatiah Bourn Esqr. has requested me to introduce him...
I am extreamly Sorry, to read in your Letter of the 8 th. that you think of embarking for...
Mr: Copley presents his compliments to M r: Adams, has seen Lord Mansfield and been informed that...
Accept my thanks for your Letter mentioning the Marriage of your Daughter, and my cordial...
The Packet not sailing until to morrow has put in my Power to get your Commission, Instructions...
The Chevalier De Pinto, the Envoy of Portugal, informed me, this Day that he had received...
If amidst the vast Concourse of Friends who have eagerly pressed to welcome your safe Arrival to...
I do myself the Honour ro enclose Papers, relative to affrican Affairs, altho M r Jefferson has...