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The bearer the Marquis de Chappedelaine has been made known to me by my old friend Colo. Mauduit...
By this time my dear Sir, you will have again renewed your attention to your domestic affairs,...
presuming that you will not set out from Philadelphia untill Monday the 17th I write you a line...
Influenced by motives of delicacy I have hitherto forborne the pleasure my dear Sir of writing to...
I enclose you a letter from Don Diego de Gardoqui, which he transmitted to me by the post to...
I thank you for your kind favor of the second instant which I received by the last post. Since my...
I have attended my dear Sir to your request respecting the Chevalier D’anterroches, and the...
The disturbances by the Massachusetts insurgents on the frontiers of this State, were quieted by...
I wrote you on the 22d ultimo, that the affairs of Massachusetts were quietly settling down to...
My last to you was on the 22d instant, in which I stated my apprehensions respecting the proposed...