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I beg leave to solicit your Excellency for an appointment onboard of one of the Cutters that are...
Richmond, 2 Dec. 1790. In response to Remsen’s letter of the 23rd. he is at a great loss to make...
Being desirous to carry into execution the intentions of the legislature in regard to the Claims...
The day before yesterday I received a letter from Mr Woodbury Langdon declining the appointment...
I have received you⟨r l⟩etter relative to the hydrometer which will be sent to you as soon as...
I have received this morning your letter in answer to mine of the 19th. ultimo from which I find...
The day before yesterday I received a letter from Mr. Woodbury Langdon declining the appointment...
“In pursuance of the authority granted for negociating a loan not exceeding application was made...
A Difference of Opinion having arisen between Doctr. Currie and me respecting the Encyclopedie...
The letter of April 29. with which you were pleased to honour me, did not come to my hands till...
Je me vois forcée de recueillir des renseignemens sur une affaire qui a pris naissance dans vos...
Since my arrival here, I have written to you in date of the 25th. and 26th. ulto. One of these...
My last letter of the 26th of November will have informed you of my arrival at this place. I have...
I hope your Excellency will pardon my Addressing you again on the Subject of my Application to be...
Two very able persons, the Bp. of Autun and Mr. Jefferson, have proposd for France and America...
There is nothing new. Peace seems established. The Belgic provinces cannot hold out. Some have...
Letter not found: to George Augustine Washington, 2 Dec. 1790. In his letter to GW of 14 Dec....
Your indisposition has prevented me from giving you as much trouble in making my communications...
Your indisposition has prevented me from giving you as much trouble in making my communications...
If Mr Madison is at leisure the P. would be glad to see him. AL , NjP : George Washington...
If Mr. Madison is at leizure the P. would be glad to see him. RC ( NjP ); Tr ( MH : Sparks...
Deprived of your agreable favors since we had the honor of Paying you our respects under date of...