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It is my Duty to unbosom myself to Some Friend in Congress, upon whose discretion I can rely, and...
I have in some late Letters opened to You in Confidence the Dangers, which our most important...
What would I have given to have been your Doorkeeper for a few days while you had under...
I hope this will find you in Congress, Supporting your Country and her Friends, where you ought...
The Situation of things in England cannot be too much attended to at this time— The whimsical...
I was in hopes that the Peace would have put Us at ease; but it has not as yet much diminished...
This goes with the Preliminary Treaty between the Crown of G. Britain and the United States of...
I thank You for the Papers and your Card of 22d July. The Letters inclosed I shall send along. My...
It is a long time Since I had a Line from you, and from Sickness, and various Engagements it is...
Broken to Pieces and worn out, with the Diseases engendered by the tainted Atmosphere of...
Your Favours of July 11. and 19. are before me. They were received at Paris in my Absence and it...
Monsieur Jean Baptiste Petry Secretary to the Comte de Chatelet, a Marshall of the Camps and...
Your Letter of the 13th. of June last, is not answered—not recieved ’till my Arrival here. You...
I have written so fully to Congress and to particular Friends before, and have so little Time...
The French Court seem to be now every day more and more convinced of the good Policy, and indeed...
I was told in Boston that Mr. Avery and Mr. Wendell had been proposed for Judges of the Inferior...
Yours of the I. Jany. was delivered me, by the Marquis de la Fayette. I wish I was as happy as...
Last Night, I received your Letter of Octr. 7th by a Special Messenger from M. De Sartine, who...
Your kind Favor of July 1st. was brought here Yesterday from Bordeaux where Capt. Ayres has...
Yours of 7 June by Captain Barnes fortunately reached me, Yesterday. I was much Surprised, you...
The inclosed Copies, you will see must not be made public. You will communicate them in...
I see by the Papers, our Assembly is called, and conclude it is now Sitting. The Letters we...
Yours of June 22d. received only today. We have no Thoughts of leaving Philadelphia. I believe...
Yours of the 5th. instant is before me. It may be very true, that your Regiments are as full, as...
The honourable Samuel Hewes Esqr, a Delegate in Congress from North Carolina from 1774 to 1777,...
Mr. Gorham and Mr. Russel, Agents of the Town of Charlestown, have presented to Congress a...
About Ten Days ago, I had the Boldness to make a Motion that a Navy Board Should be established...
Yours of April 3d I received. I must confess, that I am at a Loss to determine, whether it is...
Dr. Brownson, a Delegate from Georgia, in Congress, and a worthy, Spirited, sensible Man A Native...
I have but a few Moments to write, and these it is my Duty to improve, and faithfully to tell...