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As an unfortunate affair has happened to us and being subjects to Baltimore in Maryland, has...
Please your Excellency Sir St. Pauls Prison Sep. 7th. 1785 At last our unhappy sentence is...
St. Pol de Léon, 8 Sep. 1785 . He wrote TJ the day before, with the news of their sentence by the...
Several of your letters have been received, and we have been occupied in endeavours to have you...
I received your kind and exceptionable Letter which has relieved my mind of a great deal of...
I have received your letter of Sep. 19. with your Log-book and other papers. I now wait for the...
St. Pol de Léon, 28 Sep. 1785 . “I am now convinced of the Villiany of the People we have here to...
St. Pol de Léon, 3 Oct. 1785 . Asquith has received from Picrel a copy of a letter from “Mr....
I have received your letters of Sep. 28. and Octob. 3. but no information is yet received from...
St. Pol de Léon, 17 Oct. 1785 . He has heard nothing from Floch himself but learns he can do...