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I take the liberty of transmitting you a duplicate of an Act of Congress passed the 16th of March...
Your letter of Nov. 20. 1779. came safe, tho lately, to hand. The future acts of our assembly I...
Secretary’s Office, 1 Feb. 1780 . Encloses the journals of Congress to complete the state’s set...
[ Philadelphia ] 20 June 1780 . Circular letter to the state executives quoting Congress’...
[ Philadelphia ] 28 July 1780 . Circular letter to the state executives enclosing a resolve of...
Secretary’s Office [ Philadelphia ], 19 Feb. 1781 . Encloses twenty-four blank commissions, with...
By the Act of Congress herewith enclosed your Excellency will be informed, that the Articles of...
Before this comes to Hand your Excellency will have received my Letter of the 2d Instant with...
I received notice from the secretary of the American Philosophical society some time ago that...
I received the letter which you did me the honor to write on the 20 of December last, and...
I have the honor to transmit a resolution of Congress, appointing you one of their Ministers...
I have delayed answering your favor of the 7th Instant until I could obtain the sense of Congress...
I expect you will receive by this Conveyance all the necessary papers with the twenty...
The papers are found about which I wrote you in my last. I wish there had been found at the same...
I received your favor of the 16th. last night. I was out when it was delivered, so know not how...
I flattered myself with the hopes of seeing you on my return to Philadelphia, but found you had...
Though I have nothing agreeable to write, yet I cannot suffer Mr. Short to go without a line to...
In my letter of 18 June last I recommended Mr. Isaiah Norris to your friendly notice. I now take...
I shall not trouble you at this time with any thoughts on our southern boundary or the views and...
I am to acknowlege the receipt of your favour of June 18. You will learn by the letters &c. which...
[ Paris, 8 Feb. 1785 . Entry in SJL reads: “Chas. Thomson. Receipt his of Oct. 26.—send letters...
I have received your favour of Novr. 11, with the pamphlets, for which I return you my hearty...
Your favour of Mar. 6. is come duly to hand. You therein acknowlege the receipt of mine of Nov....
By Mr. Houdon I send you a copy of my notes. I also send 100 copies of the paper I left with you...
The last letter received from you was of Mar. 6. Since that I have written one to you of June 21....
I have received your several favours of Feby 8 June 21 and July 14 and also a copy of your Notes...
I have received your letter of the 8th October as well as those of 21 June by Mr. Otto and the 14...
In one of your former letters you expressed a wish to have one of the newly invented lamps. I...
Having written to you on the 22nd. Ult. from London, I should not so soon have troubled you again...
I have just received by the way of Baltimore your letter of the 22 April with the new invented...
I have received your letter of the 10 of May and am happy in the opportunity of being serviceable...
This will be handed you by a Gentleman of the Family of Lecoutoux who is going with his wife to...
A dislocation of my right wrist has for three months past disabled me from writing except with my...
On the 30 July 1786 I acknowledged the receipt of your letter of the 10 May, wherein you informed...
Having come to this place on account of some private business, I have been waited on by Mr. J....
Your favor of April 28. did not come to my hands till the 1st. inst. Unfortunately the boxes of...
The bearer hereof is Mr. Warville who is already probably known to you by his writings, and...
The bearer hereof Monsieur le Chevalier de Saint-Trys is strongly recommended to me by Monsieur...
Mr. Madison and myself have been in the constant purpose, as soon as the roads should get a...
I see by the newspapers your translation of the Septuagint is now to be printed, & I write this...
I have received your favour of the 11 January, and not only hold myself honoured by it but am...
I am ashamed after so long a delay to acknowledge the receipt of your favour of the 3 July; more...
I thank you, my dear & antient friend, for the two volumes of your translation which you have...
I received your favour of the 25 of December and sincerely congratulate with you on the close of...
An acquaintance of 52. years, for I think ours dates from 1764. calls for an interchange of...
Your letter of the 9 of January last which did not reach me till the latter end of April was to...
I received your letter of January last when I was under a paralytic stroke but not Sensible of...
I learnt from your last letter , with much affliction, the severe and singular attack your health...