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being arrived at Newport, I find myself very happy; not because my health is rather improved than...
Accept my congratulation on yr safe arrival at New Port in good health, after traversing so much...
I arrived, my dear Chevalr, at these my Quarters in the fore noon of yesterday; after passing...
I was confined in my bed and very sick when I received the favor of your letter. that letter came...
I take the liberty to recommend to your excellency the colonel Menonville, one of the adjudants...
Permit me, on this first occasion of writing to you, to begin my letter with congratulations on...
your excellen c y is persuaded I hope, that I cannot forget any word that was dropt from your...
the dificuties arising from the present circumstance, and from several other causes having...
I am very sorry to see that the resolve of our board of war did not appear to your eyes under a...
I fear, from the purport of the letter you did me the honor to write from N. Port on the 9th,...
this is only to acknowledge the favour of your very Kind answer to my last letter. I Know that...
I send to your excellency a man who was arrested yesterday night in a house near the hospital...
I am much obliged to you for apprehending & sending One of the Persons who caused the disturbance...
your excellency Knows very well that it is an old precept to offer the tytles of all earthly...
You have taken a most effectual method of obliging me to accept your Cask of Claret—as I find, by...
The Count Rochambeau is just arrived at my Home—I propose to halt here Tomorrow with the...
I cannot suffer your old acquaintance Mrs Custis to proceed to Williamsburg without taking with...
I have received with the greatest sensibility the new token of your indulgences and partiality...
Since I am in america, I never was so long time without seeing your excellency; and however the...
I love & thank you for the Sentiments contained in your letter of the 5th—I look forward with...
I felt too much to express anything, the day I parted with you; A Sense of your public Services...
Was my mind only activated by pride or self love, on the moment where I must leave this...
at the very instant that I embark and leave the american shore, my thoughts, my affections turn...
nothing but the happy event upon which I give you Joy could Lessen my grief, while I think how...
The affectionate expressions in your last farewell letter of the 8th of Jany from Annapolis gave...
the King having honored me since my return to Europe with a commission of inspector of his...