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ALS : American Philosophical Society I am very happy that my letter to Lord Thanet meets with...
A Gentleman whose name is Banister (as silly a Gentleman perhaps as lives) is accused by his...
As you may possibly harbour some suspicions that a certain passage in your intercepted letters...
Your obliging Favour of the fifth Inst. I this Moment received, and give me Leave to assure you...
I receiv’d your obliging letter and cannot express the pleasure I feel in standing so high in...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I find that Gates has sent you a copy of my letter; I hope...
The consequences of the Enemy’s possessing themselves of New York have appear’d to me so terrible...
Having undoubted Intelligence of the fitting out of a Fleet at Boston, and of the Imbarkation of...
Major French whom I have met with at Hartford, is extremely solicitous for permission to return...
We have been so baffled by the weather that We only arriv’d here last night—I believe We shall...