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ALS (draft): American Philosophical Society Soon after my Arrival in London, [I sent you] by Mr. Lettsom, a Quaker Physician, one of the [ torn ] Achromatic Glasses Compleat; which I hope you received safe. By your good Brother I send you three of the Glasses we talk’d of, and which you will find describ’d in one of my Printed Letters. Our Astronomers knew nothing before our Return of the...
ALS : Pierpont Morgan Library I received your obliging Favour of Nov. 15. I presented your Compliments to Sir John Pringle, who was glad with me to hear of your Welfare, and desired me to offer his best Respects whenever I wrote to you. The Farmers Letters were written by one Mr. Dickinson of Philadelphia, and not by me as you seem to suppose. I only caus’d them to be reprinted here with that...
ALS : Bibliothèque Nationale I received your Favour by M. L’Abbé Taglieri, and am oblig’d to you for the Acquaintance of so agreable and intelligent a Man. I have introduc’d him, as you desir’d, to Sir John Pringle, who is much pleas’d with him, and desires me to present his best Respects whenever I write to you. I shall not fail to use my Endeavours to procure for your Friend some of the...
ALS : American Philosophical Society J’ai oublié Monsieur, dans la lettre que j’ai donnée a M. L’abbe Taglieri, pour vous, de vous demander une grace; c’est de me faire le plaisir de m’envoyer par la première occasion, que vous pourrez trouver, une petite provision de feuilles d’apalachine , dont j’ai mis un echantillon dans ce petit pacquet. C’est pour une de mes parentes, qui, sachant que...
ALS : American Philosophical Society; draft dated January 31, 1768, also in American Philosophical Society. Whenever I reflect, as I often do, on the kind Reception I met with at Paris, and the Civilities heap’d upon me there by that People, the politest sure of all Mankind, I dwell with particular Pleasure on the Remembrance of my Acquaintance with you, which I esteem as one of the happiest...