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ALS : American Philosophical Society This will inform you of my safe Arrival at Lyons & of my Departure for Geneva tomorrow; I have taken the Liberty of addressing these two Letters to you which I shall request you to forward as soon as possible. M’r Jaume to whom I was recommended by Mess’rs Abbés & Chalus & Arnaud has treated me more like his son than like a person who is recommended to...
ALS : American Philosophical Society This to inform you of my safe Arrival at Geneva the 28th Inst. Mons Marignac has treated me with much Kindness as well as Mad Marignac, with Regard to Benny he seems to use his utmost Efforts to please me. I shall do the same with Regard to him. Accept of my sincere Thanks for all your Goodness to me, I shall observe & conserve the Remembrance of them for...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I recd your last Favour dated 5 November 1781 favd by Master Robert Montgomery. I must reiterate my Acknowledgements of Gratitude to you for your kind Offices to me & for your good Advice. Give me Leave to address you a Letter for my dear Grandfather your sincere Friend. Your Grandson is in good Health as well as myself. Please to remember me affectionately...
LS : Boston Public Library; AL (draft): American Philosophical Society Inclosed are two Letters for you which came under my Cover from Boston. I am glad to hear a good Account of you from Mr. de Marignac. A Gentleman of Lyons has repeatedly wrote to my [me], proposing to remove you to a School in his Neighbourhood, and tells me that you desire it. I hope he is mistaken in that. You are plac’d...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Your Letter of the 11t Inst. Which put an End to your long Silence gave Me great Pleasure, but at the same Time I am surpriz’d at not receiving any News from America since the 3d February. However I must take Patience. We are All well here & hope that is the Case with You,— I am perfectly sensible of the good Advice You give Me in your Letter, I shall make...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Among your political Occupations I take the Liberty of troubling you with a french Letter wrote in English. Peace has been made this long time in the Mouths of Politicians, tho’ unhappily for Humanity it does not actually exist any where else. We however in this Part of the World have a calm after all our Storms & are pursuing quietly thoug with Ardour our...
Press copy of ALS : Historical Society of Pennsylvania I received your kind good Wishes of a Number of happy Years for me. I have already enjoy’d and consum’d nearly the whole of those allotted me, being now within a few Days of my 78th.— You have a great many before you; and their being happy or otherwise will depend much on your own Conduct. If by diligent Study now, you improve your Mind,...
ALS : University of Pennsylvania Library Your kind Favour of the 7th Inst. came to hand safe the 16th.— Please to accept my sincere & hearty thanks for your good Advice, & the many Obligations I am under to so good a Benefactor, & permit me also, to congratulate You upon the Peace lately concluded, which gives me the greatest Joy as a Patriot & by the Hopes I have that it will ease You of a...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I reach’d this Place the 11th, & waited the same Day on Mr Williams. He was kind enough to think of my Passage & sent Me to the Gentleman that fits out the Ship Le Comte D’Estaing, to agree for my Passage to Philadelphia, as there is no Vessel here bound to the Northward. The Price is 600 Livres.— Mr Williams thinks it exorbitant, & desires to know whether...
ALS : Yale University Library I received your Letter of the 14th. Instant, and am glad to hear of your safe Arrival at Nantes; it gives me Concern however to learn that you were too late for the Boston Vessel. If you had gone in the first Diligence after you came here, as I directed when I sent Lamotte with you to Paris to secure a Place for you, which you would not suffer him to do, you would...