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I have the honor to inform you that I have been engaged thro this week in attempts to provide for...
I have recd all your Letters, and the Post Office is very faithful. The Heat has been excessive...
In hopes of obtaining Information more satisfactory both to you and to myself, I have delayed an...
From the early Attachment of most of the gentlemen whose names I mentioned in my former letter,...
You Say you have no desire to be the first, and I cannot say that it is desirable: but according...
Before I left The Massachusetts I had the Pleasure of receiving a Letter from you: But I learned...
Vous trouverez sans doute surprenant que sans V ous connaitre & sans avoir l’honneur d’être connu...
Observing by the Papers that you are one of the Commrs: appointed for purchasing part of the...
My son the bearer will do himself the honour to present this letter to your Excellency; Permitt...
I am to thank you, my dear Sir, for forwarding M. D’Ivernois’ book on the French revolution. I...
I do myself the honor to enclose you the minutes of the last week and to repeat my wishes to see...
The Senate of the United States have requested me to notify your Honor, that the Seat of the...
I beg leave to inform you that Princes Chronology is now in the office, unless the Same fairy who...
I was not disappointed Yesterday, for the Post brought me your Letter of January. and I was...
The grand question is decided.—The Constitution was adopted last saturday by a majority of...
the early Friendship of our Youth, (which I am convinced will in your Mind apologize for the...
un francois qui projete de devenir Américain, Vous prie d’agréer L’homage de Ses foibles...
Will you be so good as to read the inclosed Letter from Dr. Belknap and tell me, from your...
Agreeably to my instructions from the Director of the Library Company of Philadelphia, I have the...
I have recd. with great Pleasure your Letters of 22d. April and 19. March. These important...
Captain John of Harvard in the Massachusetts, has been recommended to me, by so many respectable...
I never yet have had occasion to solicit an appointment either for myself or my friends, nor do I...
I thank you for your favour of the 16th recd this day. It is a great pleasure to me to find that...
Mr Frobisher early exerted himself in this Commonwealth to discover the best mode of making pot...
By the direction of the President of the United States, I have the honor to inclose a report of...
I trust you are sufficiently convinced of my respect for and attachment to you to render an...
My Friend Robert Young, Esqr. of Warwick Court Holborn having lately published an Essay on the...
In behalf of the Connecticut Susquehannah Company, I take the liberty of addressing to you an...
By the last post I received your letter of January 17: and was as much surprised at the...
The Humble Petition of us the undersigning Citizens of the united States who are now Languishing...
If I could take a Walk or a Ride to N. Y. in the Evening and come here again in the Morning how...
This Morning I returned M r Genets’ Visit. The Conversation was confined to Some Inquiries I made...
I have regularly received Your Letters and thank you for them. I have read the pamphlets. the...
I believe I have not acknowledged your favour of the 20th January, which I received in its...
I have rec d yours of the 5 th. — If you think it best, leave Thomas at Colledge: but I pray you...
inclosed is a Letter from Capt n. Brown who commands the best Packet between Providence and this...
Your letter of March the 10th has lain by me a long time unanswered, but has occasioned many...
By the last post from Boston I recd your Letter of Nov. 18th.—I have before recd one at Quincy...
In your letter of the 18th of August, you ask why we may not have as much paper in circulation in...
The Senate of the United States would be unjust to their own feelings, & deficient in the...
Yesterday I took a post Chaise to pay my Respects to Mrs. Adams at Braintree, but She was gone on...
The Vice President of the United States and President of the Senate, the Chief Justice, The...
I inclose you a letter from our friend D’Ivernois according to his request expressed in it. our...
It is with great pleasure, that, in obedience to an order of the Senate of the United States, I...
I have the honor avail myself of the opportunity preceeded by the honorable R. Morris Esquire of...
I will not add to my offence by troubling you with a long apology for this intrusion on your...
In an extensive application upon a Subject interesting to all Nations I feel a degree of...
I hope Your Excellency will excuse the liberty I have taken to address you, having made...
We go on as Usual—Congress resolving one Thing and the Democratical societies resolving the...
About two Years since by Governor St. Clair I sent a Memorial which he informs me was presented &...