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    • 1783-07-22


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Your letter of the 10th of May is the last one that Came into My Hands for which I Beg leave to offer You My Best thanks—and in Case former Answers do not Arrive, I Must Again tell you How Happy You Made Your friend By Your letters inclosing the proceedings of the Army—In Every instance, My dear General, I Have the Satisfaction to Love and to Admire you—the Conduct You Had on that Occasion was...
Having formerly had the Honor of Your Acquaintance, chiefly through means of my intimacy with our Worthy Friend Colol F. Lewis & his Family, I am encouraged to use the freedom of this Address. Allow me to inform your Excellency that I have been publickly declared Bankrupt, and imprisoned; for the heinious Crime of having a very decent fortune lockt up from me, (for a time) by means of a...
Our mutual Friend Mr Jay has recommended to me very warmly the bearer of this letter Mr Darby, as a Gentn whose curiosity leads him to this Country & who on account of Family Fortune & personal Accomplishments is entitled to much attention. He is eager to pay his Compliments to you & I am perswaded that he will feel himself happy in the reception he will meet with. I have the honor to be Dear...
The Bearer of this; Mr Darby who is introduced to this Country by Mr Laurens, was a Pupil of mine in London about twelve or fourteen years ago His curiosity to see the Great World of America, has induced him to take the voyage and make the tour of it. As it is his intention to visit Camp and wait on your Excellency, I presume in the liberty of adding this, to other introductions he is...