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1November 14. Thursday. (Adams Papers)
November 14. Thursday.
I forwarded a Letter to You, Madam, yesterday by Capt. Barney, Commander of the Packet Washington, and this I expect will go by the Cicero, Capt. Hill. Have the Vessels done passing between Boston and Europe? I have received no Letters a long time from home, and I begin to grow a little impatient, especially since I have heard of my Father’s Misfortune. I have a half Story about the Matter,...
We have before us your Excellency’s esteem’d favour of 2 inst, we shall when M r Dumas furnishes the acc ts. you are pleased to mention of, pay and charge the same in conformity of your order and write the amount to your Excellency. We have received with pleasure the dispatches from Congress, we are but sorry not to be so much advanced as his Excellency M r. Morris Seems to Suppose, and as...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I duly reced your favor of the 4th. & am much obliged to you for writing to L’Orient, from whence I have not yet heard—it gives me much Concern that our great Folks here neglect their Business so much, they did absolutely agree with me three months ago. To send away the Prisoners immediately , I have been teizing Nepean the Under Secretary to Mr Townshend,...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Last post I had the Honor of writing to your Excellency in regard to Irelands being mentioned in the intended treaty between the Belligerent powers; Permit me, now, to acquaint your Excellency, that I have seen my most Worthy and respectable friend Mr John Christopher Hornbostel (Partner with Mr: Folsh, the swedish Consul) who was on former occasions & has...
AL : American Philosophical Society Panckoucke Présente tous Ses respects à monsieur francklin, et Lui envoye La Lettre cy jointe. This is the only extant letter from Panckoucke, the leading Parisian bookseller and publisher. For a biography see George B. Watts, “Charles Joseph Panckoucke, ‘l’Atlas de la librairie française,’” Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century , LXVIII (Geneva,...
For duty tomorrow the 2d Massachusetts regimt. The enormities which have been committed, and daily committing by the soldiery since we have quitted the field are scandalous beyond description and a disgrace to any army; they must and shall be corrected, or the greatest severity take place. To effect this purpose the commander in chief desires that Major General Gates, the other General...
I am upon the point of setting out for Kingston, by way of Poughkeepsy—possibly I may not return before Sunday—I therefore inclose you the Paroles & CoSigns to that day Inclusive that there may be a corrispondence (as usual) with those which have already been delivd to Genl Knox. The orders of this day are Issued & I shall thank you for a pointid attention to them. I am with respect Sir Yr...
J’ai reçu la lettre que Votre Excellence m’a fait l’honneur de m’ecrire le 6. de ce mois. Je Vous supplie de vouloir bien faire continuer le service dont Vous avés chargé M. le Gal Forman et les communications qui se font à notre Escadre par la chaine d’Exprès que Vous avés etablie jusqu’à ce que M. le Mis de Vaudreuil ait fait voile de Boston pour sa destination future. Je ne puis trop...
I expect Mrs Washington now is, or soon will be, on her way to this place; I therefore put a letter to her, under cover to you; to be delivered on her arrival at Philadelphia. I perswade myself that no assistance which may be in your power to afford, either for her own, or the benefit of her Horses, will be wanting while she is in the City, or to expedite her journey to this place after she...