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I had the pleasure of writing you last, on the 9th of November, since which I had not enjoyed...
I have received, Letters from my Family at St. Petersbourg, at two Several Times, under the Seal...
The instructions of congress to Mr Jay, as minister to the king of Spain, were never communicated...
Your kind Letter of the Sixth of this Month is this day received with great Pleasure. I thank...
Your kind favour, of April 12th. & 13th. as well as the Copy of Mr Hancock’s Sermon, sent by a...
Instructions to the Hon. John Adams, for the treaty of peace, dated 14th August, 1779 . Sir—You...
The information given me by Mr. Ridley upon my arrival in Paris, that Dr. Franklin had written to...
This Line will go by the Ship Hugh Johnston William Johnston Master bound for St. Petersbourg....
As the object of that Society over which you have the honor of presiding is for the promotion of...
Having our Ship the Hugh Johnston, William Johnston Master, now bound for St. Petersburgh with a...
The great the meek the learned & pious Docr. Hemmengway, has at length left us. He died on Friday...
Your Mother and your Father have dined here with great Pleasure this day, and I have borrowed a...
In my first personal interview with Mr. Jay in private, between him and me alone, that minister...
So much time has elapsed since the date of my letter in February, that I have dismissed all...
Though your Letters give me great Pleasure, I Should regret the Receipt even of your favour of...
I Sent yesterday to the Post Office one of Mr Hancocks Century Sermons under cover to you and I...
Some Gentlemen in this Town have lately caused to be printed a Sermon of Mr Hancock the Father of...
Yesterday Mr Pope of The House of Boardman and Pope, No. 37. India Wharf, was so obliging as to...
I am much obliged by your favour of 28th March. Is it a proof that Manilius has not been read by...
The former leaf you may insert in your Silva if you please. If you do not, please to return it to...
A day or two before I had the pleasure to receive your last valued favor of the 3rd of February,...
The Public Mind Seems decided that Gerry and Gray are elected, and a Majority of Senators their...
ON Saturday, the twenty-sixth of October, 1782 I arrived in the night, at the Hotel de Valois,...
I thank you for the very acceptable Present of a Speech in favour of the renewal, of the charter...
I have your favour of March 12 before me. The Choice you exult in, may not be considered as a...
I thank you for the Trouble you have kindly taken in procuring the Samples of Coins for my Son J....
Your Favour of the 25th is received. I feel much at my Ease under the Lash: as much as Epictetus...
Unexpectedlÿ I was favoured with your obliging Letter of the 20th Febr—tho’ I did receive it only...
We have taken the liberty to enclose to you a Quebec paper. Whatever may have been the Motive of...
I here send for your Perusal The Preface to the Botanist. The Publisher has printed off a few...
Although I have so lately written, I will not, as mÿ restored health can be no pretext, delaÿ for...
The Hague, October 8th; 1782—Wrote to Secretary Livingston—“At 12 o’clock to-day I proceeded,...
The Hague, September 23, 1782—wrote to Mr. Secretary Livingston: “As this is a moment of great...
The Hague, September 17, 1782—Wrote again to Mr. Secretary Livingston, “This morning I was in...
The Hague, September 17, 1782—Wrote to secretary Livingston—“You will naturally inquire, whether...
Herewith th r ough the politeness of Mr Quincy you will receive the Coins for your son. I regret...
This Letter is devoted to one Subject. Since the Death of Judge Cushing there has been frequently...
I think we agree in sentiment, that the wealth & prosperity of a Country depend essentially on...
The Hague, September 12, 1782—wrote to Mr. Livingston: “Your letters express a desire that I...
Through the favor of Mr Russel Sturgis I have received the original and a Duplicate of your kind...
As I read the Essays of The elegant Botanist as when they appeared in the Monthly Anthology, with...
A Battery of Great Guns, has been erected in Philadelphia in the Beginning of this Year, under...
I cannot—I will not attempt to discribe to you the Satisfaction—the gratification my feelings...
Yesterday I received by the Post from New York, your obliging Letter of 9. Novr.—Whether Letters...
You have planned more Work in your favour of the 9th than could be executed by any Body in twenty...
I owe you thanks for your Speech, on place and Patronage. The moral and Patriotic sentiments are...
I was much flattered by the receipt of your letter by Mr. Harris, which he delivered to me here...
I have been much gratified by your Communication of Jany 29th. ult.— When I requested the...
At the Request of Mr Quincy, I inclose to you, his Speech on the Admission of States into the...
In your Favour of the 4th., according to my Judgment you have given up the whole Controversy. You...