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I inclose the remarks, which I proposed to make, when I had the honor of paying my last respects...
Mr. Gerry presents his respectful compliments to the President of the Academy of Arts and...
I propose to embark for the United States this day, & have only a moment to inform you that Mr...
If an answer to the letter, which Your Excellency proposed to write to Mr Pickering on my...
I have the honor to enclose a copy of my letter to the Secretary of state, & your pamphlet, with...
I have the pleasure to inform you, that I have just received, by Capt Eaton, the dispatches from...
Being here on a few days visit with Mrs. Gerry to her aged parents, & having left six small...
Whilst the late envoys were in Paris, they recommended Mr William Lee, in a letter to Mr...
I addressed a line to you yesterday, with a bound collection of Edes’ Gazettes printed in 1775 &...
Having transmitted to Mr Pickering, additional documents, numbered from 36 to 50 inclusively, you...
I am honored by your confidential letter of the 30th of Decer, & am sorry that any event should...
I am honored by your letters of the 7th and 8th instant. The satisfaction which you are pleased...
Mr Gerry presents his best respects to the President of the United States, & sends by the bearer...
The bearer of this, Mr. Waldo, is the Gentleman whom I mentioned, in a letter which I had the...
I find on inquiring that you are elected Vice-president, having three or four times the number of...
Since my last the Situation of the Camp has prevented the Committee of Congress from transacting...
Your letters of the 11th of February has given me great pleasure. I regretted exceedingly that...
I am honored by your letter of the 17th, & sincerely thank you for the information it contains....
The subject of this letter, is the celebration of the 4th of July at Lexington; a fete which I...
By the request of Mr Wyer, lately appointed a Consul of the U States to Riga, I have the pleasure...
The proceedings of the Convention being this day published, I embrace the Oppertunity of...
The newspaper, which you did me the honor to inclose, containing Mr Pickering’s letter to Mr...
I had the honor, this morning of paying my respects to your Lady, & the pleasure of finding her &...
Enclosed are two letters marked A,B, & four documents numbered from 1 to 4 inclusively, which...
I received yesterday from Mr Lee, the letter enclosed, & being fully convinced, that he is an...
I have deferred an answer to the letter, which you did me the honor of addressing on the 28th of...
The sailing of the Packet on which we are to go to New Port, being unexpectedly deferred till...
I have received from Benjn Austin Esqr, for your perusal, a collection of News papers, printed by...
I have but one of your Favours unanswered, which was duly delivered by M r Wingrove, a very...
The information communicated by the Secretary of State, of my appointment to the office of an...