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Every where I Have Met with delays—but so Agreable were they in their Nature that I Cannot...
When I Heard of Your Going to France, I heartly lamented I Could not Have the Honour to Receive...
Every step I move there Comes upon me a Happy Necessity to Change my plans. The Reception I met...
On My Arrival at Boston I Have Been So kindly Received that No Words Can Express My lively,...
In spite of Calculations and Engagements, I Cannot absolutely leave Boston, at least for some...
Lafayette arrived in New York on 4 August 1784 for a visit which lasted until 21 December 1784...
I Shou’d think myself much Obliged to Your encellency if through Your Means Some of the Following...
I Have Received Your Affectionate letter Of the 8th inst., and from the known Sentiments of My...
… [France has ordered] two large Armies to get in readiness … in Flanders and … in Alsace.… I...
After a pretty tedious passage of thirty days we Have Safely Arrived at Brest, from whence I Came...