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ALS : American Philosophical Society I am very glad that you write to me very often I pray you too continu it I am very sorry because I have not put the date to my letres but I will put it to the fust letre I have recived your print and accept it Mr Marignac has bought me a dictionary I am very glad that you will send my some books inglith the scolars have leave ventuige [the advantage?]...
ALS : American Philosophical Society; AL (draft): Algemeen Rijksarchief Les affaires de notre Escadre vont très-bien à Lahaie. Voici ce que l’on m’en apprend de très-bonne part, le 23. “Les Etats d’Hollde. ont adopté unanimement l’Avis des Amirautés, qui est parfaitement conforme à celui du College particulier d’Amsterdam, dont vous avez eu connoissance. Vraisemblablement la Résolution de la...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Messrs. delagoanere & Co. from coruña desire me to inquire whether Mr. A. Lee is still the deputy of the congress for the court of Spain. ’Tis very Long Since they have not been honour’d with his correspondence; and they Seem to have Some piece of information which they would communicate to the person appointed for that department. The Silence of Mr. A.L....
ALS : American Philosophical Society We acknowledge with the greatest regard yoúr Excellencys last favoúr of the 15th., and will be very anxious in execúting to satisfaction the orders Mr. De Chaumont and Mr. Dumas gave and will give ús for the supplies of the American Squadron. We hope we may likewise meet there in with the approbation of your Excellency; What the influence of the English...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I Yesterday Recd. a letter from Mr. Gregoire informing me that your Excellency has no objection to giveing me my liberty provided you were assured that I was raly an American. Inclosed I send you three Letters I have receivd. from Mr Frazier which is all I can do to convince you Mr. Frazier has likewise informed me that he has acquainted your Excellency...