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The News that M r. Brantzen wrote to our Friends before I left the Hague was true The King of...
D r: Franklin I suppose has written to London & consented to exchange Sir J. Jay, for L t: Coll...
The Preliminary Articles are only to take place, when France & G. Britain shall have agreed: but...
returning this Evening from Versailles, where I had been to make the Compliments of the Season, I...
I have yet to acknowledge the Receipt of your Favours of the 26. 27. 30. & 31 of Dec r. and 2 of...
Upon receiving the letter you did me the honor to write me on the 24 th. late last evening, I...
I rec d last night your Favour of 30 of January, with the Copies of Letters inclosed.— I am not...
I have heard no News of my Son, Since he was in Stockholm, the Beginning of December, although I...
Your favour of 13. is received, and I thank you, for the Trouble you have taken concerning my...
In answer to the questions in your’s of 18 th , I beg leave to inform you, that in my opinion M...
I am honoured with your’s of the 11 th. You will please to accept of my thanks for the kind Care...
The Letter for Philadelphia, inclosed in your’s of the 18 th , I have caused to be inclosed to M...
In Answer to the Inquiry of M r Fagel you will please to inform him that the Letters of Credence...
In Answer to your Favour of 25. Ult. I can only say that I have no Information of the United...
I thank you for yours of the 9 th. We remain here in the Same State of Indecision, which We have...
Last night I received your Favour of the 23 d. of May.— I regret extreamly that I must loose the...
I have rec d. your favor of 30. ult o. — I am very apprehensive that the Gentleman you conversed...
It is Sometime Since I had a Line from you or my Son. I hope all is well. I can give you no News....
It has ever been my intention to come in Person to the Hague, and take Leave of their High...
I have been So taken up with Royal Societies and Royal Accademies, with British Musæums and Sir...
Last Night I received your favour of the 28 th Nov r: and hope in future to hear often from you,...
I have received your Favour of the fifth of this Month and wish it were in my Power to inform you...
I had a tedious Passage of two Days from Helvoet and was at last obliged to Land at Leostoff a...
I have received your Favour of the 10 th. as well as the two former, with their Inclosures. The...
I have received your favour of the 26. Oct r: with the seven Questions inclosed. I have answered...
I received in due Season and in good Condition your Favour of the 7. of Nov.— But D r Franklin...
The Capture of one or two of our Vessells by the Barbary Rovers, obliges Us to think Seriously of...
last night on my return from Versailles and the Sight of the gallant young Duke of Normandy. I...
I received Yesterday your favour of the 3 d . The Letters you Sent me from America I have...
I have rec d. yours of the 12 th and thank you for your Congratulations and kind Wishes of...