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DS : American Philosophical Society Monsieur franklin doit pour dépenses Ci a Pres Savoir Loyer d’une Voiture pendant trois mois à Compter du 10. juin der. [dernier] au 10. court. [courant] à 360. Chaque mois 1080   Nourriture d’un Cheval de Main pendant Le dit tems cest 92. jours à 32. sols 147. 4 ferrages du Cheval pour 3. mois 9.   brosses étrilles, Longes, graisse &a. le tout pour 3 mois à...
I am this moment honoured with yours of the 6. I am now able to inform you, that the Wine is in my Celler. The Hogshead appeared in good order. The Caise, was found to contain only forty whole Bottles, and the Fragments of Eight broken ones. It was very badly packed—only cutt straw within and not well guarded. Pray send me, two Caises more of the very best White bourdeaux Wine, of 50 Bottles...
I Yesterday, received the Letter which you did me the Honour to write me, on the 9/5 1780. There is no doubt to be made, that your Society may obtain, in America, an entire Liberty of Conscience, because this unallienable Right of all Men, is established in all the thirteen united states both by Law and Practice. It is no less certain, that you may enjoy all the Priviledges, which belong to...
I have received your Letter of June the 1st. I am very Sorry for the Discontent uneasinesses on board the Alliance, which you mention in your Letter, and if there was any Thing in my Power to do to remove them, I would very chearfully do it. But as it belongs to the Department of another Gentleman, entirely distinct from mine, it is not possible for me to be informed of the facts but if I knew...
Paris, 10 June 1780. RC in John Thaxter’s hand ( PCC , No. 84, II, f. 106–117). LbC ( Adams Papers ) notation by John Thaxter: “June 18th. 1780. This day delivered Mr. Hall of Virginia No. 81—to go by Way of Amsterdam.” This is the first letter in Lb/JA/12 ( Adams Papers, Microfilms , Reel No. 100). For this Letterbook, see part 2 of the Introduction: “John Adams and His Letterbooks” (above)....
I have received yours of 23 of May, and I thank you for the Newspaper it contained. I have received the Resolutions at large, attested by Mr. Thompson, by the Way of Cadiz and another set from London. I pretend not to be Master of the whole system of Congress, nor of all the Facts, and Reasons upon which it is founded. But I think my self sufficiently informed, to give it as my opinion, that...
Your very much esteemed favours 14th. and 25th. Ultimo came duely to hand, in reply to which have to say that your former haveing reach’d us just before we shipp’d the goods intended on your Account per the Stark, we omitted them, so that we have only to forward you herein the Invoice of these we shipp’d per Capt. Trash which amounting to Rs. Vn. 3608. 6. we have debitted you for them. The...
I have only Time to Acknowledge the Receipt your Excellencys Letters of the 6th. and 7th. of this month—the last inclosing the Report of a Constitution of &c.—(it shall be taken due care of.) and sending the inclosed Letter; which is more puzzling than the former; but which Serves, I think, to show there is no certain ground for Suspicion. I shall press for a more perfect Elucidation. I am...
Heights above Springfield [ New Jersey ] June 10, 1780 . Warns of probable attack on West Point. Instructs Howe to send Colonel Stephen Moylan’s regiment to Camp. Df , in writings of Richard Kidder Meade and H, George Washington Papers, Library of Congress.
Springfield [ New Jersey ] June 10, 1780 . Introduces Louis Dominique Ethis de Corny, who is procuring supplies for the French army. Df , in writing of H, George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. Trumbull was governor of Connecticut, Greene was governor of Rhode Island, and Powell was president of the Massachusetts Council.