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J’ai recu votre lettre, cher colonel, et j’y aurois repondu plutôt si l’absence de la flotte ne...
Ne suis je pas bien malheureux, cher colonel, on me pousse pour aller à boston, on me chasse de...
Mons. Nevile allant en france, mon cher hamilton, j’espere que vous ne Negligeres pas cette...
What is the matter with my dear Hamilton and by what chance do I live in fruitless expectation of...
What is the matter with my dear hamilton And By what chance do I live in fruitless expectation of...
I wish, my dear Hamilton, you will please to invite your father in law to come and dine tomorrow...
In Consequence of our Conversation, My dear Hamilton, I have wrote a letter to Gouvion the Copy...
These are, my dear Hamilton, two letters By which I communicate to the french general the happy...
[ Light Camp, New Jersey, October 30, 1780. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue. Letter not...
Inclosed, my dear hamilton, I send you a letter for M de Marbois wherein are contain’d two...
Here I arrived last night and am going to set out for Philadelphia. Gouvion goes strait to New...
On the first days of your Arrival at Albany I dare say you had Nothing to do with Any Body’s...
Where is, for the present, My Dear Hamilton? This question is not a mere affair of Curiosity; it...
You are so sensible a fellow that you Can Certainly Explain to me what is the Matter that New...
I have Been long Complaining that I had Nothing to do and want of employment was an objection I...
However Silent You May please to Be, I will Nevertheless Remind You of a friend who loves You...
How it Happens that I still am in Paris, I Hardly Can Myself Conceive and What is More...
With all the warmth of my long and tender friendship I Congratulate You Upon the Birth of Your...
Every step I move there Comes upon me a Happy Necessity to Change my plans. The Reception I met...
Altho I have just now writen to McHenry Requesting him to impart My Gazette to you, a very barren...
It is an Age since I Heard from you. Of you I Hear By some of our friends, and in the News...
While you Have Been Attending your Most Important Convention, debates were also Going on in...
As I am writing By a Gentleman Who goes through England and Carries my letter Himself, I shall...
It is a Hard thing for me to Be separated from the friends I love the Best, and to think that our...
As my former letters have already given, and you shall in posterior ones find a regular account...
Your Letter of the 28th April Has Safely Come to Hand, My dear Hamilton. The Intelligence...
Mde de fleury widow to our Gallant friend Having Imparted to me Her Intention to Adress the...
I Have not, Since my Return to france, Received a Line from you—yet I am Sure you are...
I would like by this opportunity to write to you a long letter, but having been Laying on my back...