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I have just now received your Favour of the 12 th. of April. The Arrets I inclosed to King, to be...
Before the Arrival of your kind Letter by Wingrove I had heard, from various quarters, of your...
Before the Arrival of your kind Letter by Wingrove I had heard, from various quarters, of your...
It was but last Week that I received your Letter of the 14 th. of July.— With regard to the Money...
It was but last Week that I received your Letter of the 14 th. of July.—With regard to the Money...
This Letter will be delivered you by my Friend M r Storer by whom I may write more...
You will have Seen by my Public Dispatches what Prospects We have of any Sudden Arrangement with...
The inclosed Letters I Sent to M r Jay in Cypher, but as the Conversations with the King and...
The Imputation of a weak Passion has made So much Impression upon me, that it may not be improper...
Your Letter of the 24 of February was this morning put into my Hand. That which you refer to as...
Your Favour of 14. Feb. I have received of M r Jarvis, full, as usual, of important Information....
I am, this moment informed, that the Packet is arrived but neither D r F. nor I have any Letters...
You will See, by our joint Dispatches, that The Pope, Sardinia and Naples, by their Answers, have...
I learn with much Pleasure, that you are again in Congress, at the head of a respectable...
I know not whether you intend to serve in Congress again or not: but whether at Trenton, or...
We are going on, with as much dispatch as the Nature of our Business will admit of, and We...
I have received your Letter of the 15 of June and am happy to inform you, that M r Jefferson and...
I received your Favours by M r Reed and by Coll Herman, and am much obliged to you for your...
As to the Trade with the West Indies, I do not think we can hope to revive it upon more favorable...
Yesterday morning, D r. Franklin produced a Resolution of Congress, that A. F. & J. should be...
I Shall never know when I have done writing to you. Our Affairs [are so] unsettled, and I am So...
You remember the Contract with Du Coudrai, and his hundred officers, and with many other...