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    • Armstrong, John
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We are often as much injured by our friends, in this world, as by our enemeies [ sic ]. The...
I write this letter under feelings the most unpleasant. You will have seen by my public...
The journals of yesterday gave us your proclamation announcing an arrangement with the British...
This will be handed to you by Jos. Tate who, after an absence of fifteen years, returns to the U....
A letter from the Emperor of the 9th instant Says, “I shall soon be at Paris and shall bring with...
I enclose a note just received from Lafayette which confirms my belief in the interest M. F....
I send by M. Auriol the post-[s]cript, of which I spoke in my last. It will reach it’s...
In the haste in which I now write, I can do no more than acknowlege the receit of your letter by...
This will be handed to you by Count Pahlen who goes out as I beleive with every disposition to...
I have just been informed that M. Bowdoin (before he left Paris) in conjunction with M. Skipwith...