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May it Please your Excellency, Sir I received your Letter of the 5th. Inst. and am sorry to find...
St. Pol de Léon, 2 Jan. 1786. Has been daily expecting to hear from TJ since his letter of 23...
St. Pol de Léon, 16 Jan. 1786 . Has written four letters to TJ and, receiving no reply, fears...
Expecting of your arrival from England, have taken the Liberty of writing to you, as we have not...
St. Pol de Léon, 5 Dec. 1785 . Acknowledges TJ’s “kind and most exceptionable Letter.” He is...
St. Pol de Léon, 14 Nov. 1785 . Asquith has heard nothing from TJ since his letter of 12 Oct.,...
St. Pol de Léon, 28 Sep. 1785 . “I am now convinced of the Villiany of the People we have here to...
Please your Excellency Sir St. Pauls Prison Sep. 7th. 1785 At last our unhappy sentence is...
I received your kind and exceptionable Letter yesterday by Mr. Diot which gives me great...
Several of your letters have been received, and we have been occupied in endeavours to have you...