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I do myself, the Honour to transmit you a Small Bundle of Newspapers, for your Perusal, out of...
There are Reasons to believe, that the Story of Commissioners appointed by Congress to meet the...
In your forty Eighth Number of Affairs de L’Angleterre et de L’Amerique I find, in Page sixth,...
M. Adams is not able to inform Monsieur Genet, the precise Date of the inclosed Law. It was made...
I Have the Honour of yours of the 14. By the Imitation you inclose, I have no dout that the Name...
AL : Library of Congress Messrs. Franklin and Adams present their Compliments to Mr. Genet, with...
I had last Night, very late your Card, respecting Mathews. I cannot recollect that any Thing was...
As many Gentlemen may apprehend that one is exposed to a shortage of Provisions, especially of...
M. Adams is very Sorry, it is not in his Power to Send Monsieur Genet a Copy of the Manifesto of...
The resolve of Congress of the 10 October, that you have inserted in your No. 62 is another...
I have the Honour to transmit you, three Letters, received by the Marquiss de la Fayette. I send...
Whether it is that the Art of political Lying is better understood in England than in any other...
I have received the Letter, that you did me the Honour to write me the 20th. of this Month. I was...
I have just now recieved the Letter, which You did me the Honor to write me yesterday , and I...
I have this Moment your s of the 28. I thank You, Sir, for your kind Invitation to my three Sons,...
Mr. Adams fait mille Complimens sinceres a Monsieur Genet et Remerciamens pour les Gazettes...
Mr. Adams sends his sincere compliments to Mr. Genet and thanks him for the British gazettes. Mr....
Do you think it worth while to work into your next Article, from London, the following...
I had, two days ago the Honour to inclose to the Minister a Boston Gazette of 21 February, in...
I thank you for the Loan of the inclosed Paper. I think there is room to hope that Clinton will...
I thank you for your Note of yesterday and the Papers inclosed. The Proposals for a general...
I have communicated your Invitation to Commodore Jones. He will go to Versailles a Sunday, but I...
I have just recieved your Card of the 10th. I agree with You that the Dean’s propositions are too...
I have engaged a Person in London to s end me all the political Pamphlets, as they come out and...
Genl. Con way in his Speech in the House of Commons, on the 6th. of May, affirms that the...
Tha nks for this Paper. Ld George Gordon I think will be the Oliver Cromwell, after all. He seems...
When a great Minister, of an ancient and powerful nation, which has been renowned for its Wisdom...
Rodney himself, it seems did all. He fought and beat six Ships. Pray, why did not the Rest of his...