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Mr. Hathorn will do himself the honor to dine with the Vice President of the United States on...
I beg the enclosed may be read in your Honorable House. My former Petitions, and other Papers...
I beg your attention to the inclosed papers, & will be glad to be favoured with your sentiments...
I have the pleasure of sending you by Dr Adair, (whom I beg to recommend to your attention &...
Mr: Robert Bird, the bearer of this letter, is a respectable merchant of this place, a brother of...
I have entered upon my business, and have many things to say to you, but find myself at present,...
I request the favour of your attention to the bearer, William Strickland Esqr, a gentleman of...
I shall set out to day for philadela, but I entertain great doubts whether the State of my health...
Sir John Sinclair presents his best compliments to Mr: Adams.—Has the honour of sending him, some...
I cannot easily tell you how much I am pleased & obliged by your friendly Letter of the 4th....
By this conveyance I send a case directed for you, containing two prints of the Death of Lord...
Not having had the honour of seeing you since your arrival from Europe, permit me to congratulate...
I have the pleasure to forward to the care of your Son in Boston, a packet which I presume comes...
A weeks Absence on a Visit to my friends at Rye, from whence I returned last Evening, prevented...
In conformity to your request I have the honor to mention such circumstances as came to my...
Before this reaches you I hope Aou will have authentic accounts of the late revolution in France....
From the Day of my appointment to this mission, my Attention has been much withdrawn from my...
I was duly favoured with your obliging letter of the 15th. of last Month and feel myself not a...
Enclosed is an Account of the Cost of your two Casks of Wine of the charges which I have paid...
I hope your Excellency will pardon my presumption in sending to you these books, with the...
A ship sailing in the morning as it interests you to know the state of the Nation. I have the...
By special request of my Brother at Alicante I have the Honour of communicating to your...
Permit me to introduce to your Notice Mr. Samuel Miller the Son of a much esteemed Clergyman,...
Docr. Edwards of Philada. will be so obliging as to take charge of this Letter. I regret that he...
The within documents, from my Friend the Count de Segur Minister Plenipotentiary of France at St....
In Compliance with the Request of Sir John Sinclair I have the Pleasure of transmitting to you...
I take the Liberty of inclosing the Plan of an Agreement which I am anxious should be entered...
Being informed by Judge Livermore that Mr Pickering and myself are nominated for this District;...
You will easily believe that none of your Friends rejoice more heartily than myself, in the...
I have a few papers to send you, and cannot omit the occasion to say a few words, though I have...
I write this note just to inclose you a couple of newspapers. Such is the variable & distracted...
A Ship for Philadelphia sailing to morrow gives me the opportunity to transmit you the papers of...
The bearer of this Letter Mr: Montfort is a clergyman who being compelled to leave his Country,...
The bearer of this Letter, Mr. D’Hauteval, is a french Gentleman from the Island of St. Domingo,...
I have the Honour of remitting your Excellency the Inclosd which I recieved but yesterday and...
Permit me join in the United voice of America. Accept my sincere Congratulation on the Nomination...
I regret that urgent business hinders me from making yourself and Mrs Adams a visit at Braintree...
I lately received a pacquet from Dr. Bancroft, containing the inclosed for you. By the date &c of...
Since my last Letter (15.) nothing very material has occurred. The newspapers enclosed will shew...
There are so many rumours concerning the present state of the dispute between Spain and Britain...
I was requested if possible to deliver the Letter myself, which I send herewith, but as I am...
Mr: Pinckney has returned, and of course my business here ceases. I am yet waiting however for...
It was not till the last evening that I had the pleasure of your favour, with the pamphlets. They...
In addition to the letters and Packets which I have already sent by the present conveyance, I now...
Yours by the post, accompanying Dr. Bancroft’s learned work on permanent colors has been duely...
I was this morning favored with your obliging Letter of the 31 ult.—D’Ivernois is very...
I write You but a single line just to inclose a few papers. Understanding that Congress meant to...
You have most probably heard long before this, that I have printed “ Letters to Paine ,” by your...
The Result of Mr Jay’s Negotiation goes with this letter:—A Treaty which was sign’d yesterday,...
I received your favour, and return you my sincere thanks for your condescention in complying with...