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your kind and Welcome letter of the 25 december is safely arrived and as my friend Bureau de Puzy...
I Have Had some time Ago the pleasure to write you a letter the duplicate of which shall...
However uncertain I am of the fate of My Letters, I am Happy in the Opportunities to Let you Hear...
Your Letter december the 5th Under Cover to George Has But lately Reached our Hands, and while...
This letter will be presented to You By Mr Forster whose father, The Celebrated professor and...
It is a Melancholy thought to Me that While I Could Be So Happy at Mount Vernon, I am Still...
I am the Happier to Be able to inform You, as I am Sure You Shall Be Happy to Hear that on the...
The Gazetts have announced to me that you are a second time chosen President of the U.S. and this...
( Translation ) Department of the upper Loire at Chavamac near Brioude Sir, 8t Octr 1792. Without...
I have been called from the army to this Capital for a conference between the two other generals,...
This is a Very different date from that Which Had Announced to You My Return to the Sweets of...
I Most Heartly thank You for Your letter dated March the 19th, the more welcome to me, as I Had...
Whatever Expectations I Had Conceived of a Speedy termination to our Revolutionary trouble, I...
Give me leave to introduce and recommend to You Mr Kellerman the Son of an Able and patriot...
Recevés, monsieur l’hommage de ma vive recconnoissance du brevet que vous aves eu La bonté de...
What Would Have Been My feelings, Had the News of Your illness Reached me Before I knew My...
It is with the Utmost Concern that I Hear My letters Have Not Come to Hand, and While I lament...
Amidst the agitations of our revolution, I have always participated in the pleasure which Mr de...
I Cannot let the packet Sail without a line from your filial friend, who, altho’ He depends on Mr...
Letter not found: from the marquis de Lafayette, 5 Sept. 1788. On 29 Jan. 1789 GW wrote Lafayette...
In the Midst of our internal troubles, it is a Comfort to me that I May Rejoice in the Happy...
I Have Been Requested to introduce to You Mr de Chastel de la Vallée a french Gentleman Who...
I Have Been Requested to Present to You M. de Saint fris a Captain in the french Regiment of...
I wish I Could Begin this letter With the Aknowledgement of a late favour from You, But None...
Your letters Become More and More distant, and I Anxiously Wish for your Speedy Appointement to...
I Have writen to You By way of England, and will only inclose a duplicate of the arrêt of the...
I am fortunate in this Opportunity to wish you a Happy New year, and to devote the first Moments...
This letter will Be delivered By Mr du Pont the Son of a Very Sensible and Honest Gentleman, who...
I Have a few days Ago writen to You By M. de Moustier the New Minister from this Court. He is a...
I Hope the time is drawing Near, when I will Receive the letter You Have Announced to Me, and...