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Resolved that the Thanks of this Convention be given to his Excellency John Adams Esq r. Minister...
The Condescension your Excellency has shewn in delivering to his Grace the Archbishop of...
As Secretary [. . . .] general [. . .]vention of the Pro[. . . .] I am directed to add, [. . . .]...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I cannot suffer so good an Opportunity to pass without...
Encouraged by the friendly Notice with which you have upon every Occasion been pleased to honour...
There is all the Difference in the World between a Thing done, & a Thing to be done. A Thing to...
I could, if the Subject was worth so much Attention, justify my Musick against your Complaints...
Philadelphia, 28 Nov. 1783 . “Mr. Jefferson of Virginia” having consulted Hopkinson “respecting...
I heartily thank you for your favour of the 23d. Decr. last and for the Pains you have taken to...
I have just now received your favour pr. Mr. Marbois, have not Time to answer in kind, am sorry...
I hope you have, e’er this, recovered from your Indisposition. For my Part I have been afflicted...
[ Philadelphia , 14 Mch. 1784. Noted in SJL as received 25 Mch. 1784. Not found. This is probably...
I wrote to you about a week ago requesting you to procure for me from the proper office in...
[ Philadelphia, 13 Apr. 1784. Noted in SJL as received 16 Apr. 1784. Not found.]
[ Philadelphia, 16 Apr. 1784. Noted in SJL as received 20 Apr. 1784, “inclosing spectacles.” Not...
[ Annapolis, 20 Apr. 1784. Entry in SJL reads: “F. Hopkinson. Merlin stop—Congress meet in...
I wish for the future you would readily command any Services that I can perform without taking...
Enclosed you have my Proposals respecting the improved Method of Quilling a Harpsichord; these...
Mr. Wright has made a most excellent Copy of the Generals Head; he is much pleased with it...
I heard with real Satisfaction of your safe arrival in Europe after a voyage remarkably short,...
An improvement in the manner of preparing musical instruments which are keyed and quilled. The...
Your Favour of the 11th Novr. came to Hand not long since, for which I thank you. I had, much...
Your Favour of the 13. Jany. last did not get to hand before the 16. Instt. I am much obliged to...
In Obedience to your Request I some Time since forwarded a Packet of our News papers to Mr....
Your Favour of the 6th. July was handed to me by our mutual friend Dr. Franklin, as also were...
It is not long since I wrote to you and forwarded another Package (I think the third) of our news...
I herewith forward another Portion of our News Papers. You will observe that I have dropt the...
I can not at present lay my hands upon your last but recollect it was of an old Date. I daily...
According to your Directions I sent the other Day a Package of News Papers to Mr. Jay to be...
Within these few Days I received yours of the 26th Januy. last, together with Dr. Franklin’s and...
I would fain deserve the good Character you were pleased to give me in one of your late...
I do not know how long it is since I wrote to you, but am sure it is much longer since I heard...
Your Letter of the 14h. Augt. did not get to Hand till the 29th. of Novr. so that I fear my...
Your Favour of the 23d. Dec. came to Hand yesterday. I have but just Time to notice the several...
The enclosed Phial contains some of my Essence L’Orient but very imperfectly prepared. I heard...
Mr. Paine not setting off to Day, as I expected, gives me an Opportunity of sending another Phial...
I take the Opportunity of a Vessel going to Havre de Grace to send you a large Packet of News...
I have only Time to scribble a Line or two. You have no Doubt received from some of your Friends...
It is a very long Time indeed since I have had the Satisfaction of a Line from you. Mr....
The last Letter I received from you is dated Augt. 1st. 1787 and my last to you April 6th. 1788....
I received Mr. Pissott’s Proposals for printing English authors and agreeably to your desire...
I wrote to you three or four weeks ago, and I now take the opportunity by Mr. Govr. Morris of...
I made up a small Package for you the other Day which Mr. Morris has in Charge. The enclosed came...
Convenient Opportunities of writing to you seem less frequent than formerly, and those of hearing...