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I Cannot Let g al Bernard Embark with His Amiable Lady and family for America without a line to...
Your Letter of May 17 h Has Afforded me Every kind of Gratification. I Had not for a Long time...
This Letter Will Be delivered By Mr Geo. Flower Who is Going over With an intention to Settle in...
I Have not, Since a very Long while, Received An Answer from You. a Letter of Mine will probably...
I Have Been for a Long While Anxiously Expecting Answers to Several Letters of Mine Which I...
The Bearer of these Lines is M r Lakanal Member of the french institut , officer of the...
A Long while Has Elapsed Since I Had the pleasure to Hear from you—I might Say a Century Was I to...
I do not know whether the Bearer of these Lines Has Had the Honour of Your Acquaintance while you...
Your Letters to me Nov. 30 and to our Beloved Mde de tessé decemb. 8 h are the Last I Have...
This Letter will Be delivered By M r Jullien a Citizen distinguished By His Litterary and...
Here is, my dear friend, the Anniversary of that Great day on which Both the deed and the...
I Cannot Lament the Sudden departure of the wasp Since I am informed it is owing to Some Better...
I find the dispatches By the Hornet are Just Going and altho’ I mean to write more fully By the...
The Arrival of the Constitution frigate Has Blessed me with a very welcome Compensation for your...
Altho’ my Letters to you Have for a very Long time Remained unanswered, I Cannot let madame de...
I Hope You Have Received my Letter of the 16 h Novem ber Complaining of Your silence—far I am...
I Have not, Since You are Returned to private life, Received one Line from You— no Answer to My...
This Letter will Be Carried by G al Armstrong which makes it Superfluous for me to Give political...
Whatever Be the Situation of my private Concerns, the first Expressions of My Letter, and the...
I Have Had Lately, Notwistanding the Strangeness of the times, Good Opportunities to write to...
The John Adams is Not Yet Returned from England — it is probable m r pinkney waïts for Some...
The Opportunity of an American frigate would at all times Have Been precious—it is still more So...
I Have Been for a Long time in daily and disappointed Expectations of a Letter from You, Nor do I...
I wish I might make use of the present Opportunity to tell You the Conditions of the peace Lately...
I fortunately Happened to Be at Aulnay , m de de tessé ’s Seat near paris, when a Messenger from...
While I was indulging the Hope to See M r Coles at La Grange , to possess Him Some days in our...