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Three ALS : American Philosophical Society With unfeigned timidity I once more venture to address you, apprehendsive of your thinking me troublesome and impertinent, after the discouragement I ought to recieve from your silence to 3 of my letters; Yet Gratitude for my revered Doctor’s frequent instances of ever paternal indulgence to me, in the earlier, and happier period of my life, not I...
ALS : American Philosophical Society This will be handed you by Doctor Jacob Rieger who goes Via France to Germany to look after a small Patrimony he has there as well as to improve himself in his Profession. He served a regular and faithful Apprenticeship to your old friend my Father, who is very well. I shall be exceedingly obliged by your introducing him to some Medical Gentlemen in France....
ALS : American Philosophical Society We took the liberty of writing you sometime ago in regard of some French officers that were going to America with Captn. De La Plainne and who wanted us to answer for their passage to the master of the Ship which I wou’d not do without having your orders on that account since which time have not been favour’d with your answer. The Congress Friggat the...
ALS : University of Pennsylvania Library I find, you guess easily how that you have just receiv’d a bundle of gazettes from America. You won’t be surpris’d at my offer for the translation of any article or Essay you may want to be publish’d and at my readiness to print them in the Pamphlet of affaires de l’angleterre et de l’amerique . As soon as you can spare them, Such as you’ll be pleas’d...
ALS : American Philosophical Society; transcript: Library of Congress I hope we shall at length get forward with the Exchange of the poor prisoners which has been for so many months in negotiation. I am authorized by the administration and the board of admiralty to make the following proposition, That you should send to me the number and rank of the prisoners which you have on your side to...