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1 Adams, John Feb. 4. 1779-02-04 Breakfasted with the Abbe Raynal, at his House at his particular Invitation, with a large Company...
2 Adams, Abigail (daughter of JA and AA) Cranch, Elizabeth Abigail Adams 2d to Elizabeth Cranch, 4 February 1779 1779-02-04 If aney person had told me the night I left Braintree that I should have ben at Plymouth almost...
3 Lloyd, John Franklin, Benjamin John Lloyd to the Commissioners, 4 February 1779 1779-02-04 The Letter which Your Honors have been pleased under date of the 26th of last month, to address...
4 Lloyd, John American Commissioners John Lloyd to the American Commissioners, 4 February … 1779-02-04 ALS : American Philosophical Society <Nantes, February 4, 1779: Although I am not authorized to...
5 Gordon, William Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from William Gordon, 4 February … 1779-02-04 ALS : American Philosophical Society I must pray you, amidst the multiplicity of important...
6 Sarsfield, Guy-Claude, comte de Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from Guy-Claude, Comte de … 1779-02-04 AL : American Philosophical Society Je crains, Monsieur, que vous n’ayez pas recu mon dernier...
7 Williams, Jonathan, Jr. Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from Jonathan Williams, Jr., 4 … 1779-02-04 ALS : American Philosophical Society The last Post from Cherbourg brought me the inclosed Packet...
8 Washington, George General Orders, 4 February 1779 1779-02-04 The Brigade Majors are reminded of the standing General Order to bring in their general returns,...
9 McDougall, Alexander Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Alexander … 1779-02-04 My last address to your Excellency was of the 25th Ultimo by the Stated express’s. I have not...
10 Schuyler, Philip Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philip … 1779-02-04 Extract of a letter from Genl Schuyler dated Saratoga Feby 4th 1779. “I propose that three...