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Your wished for and Most Heartly wellcome favours Have not this long while Reached me, and I most...
ALS : American Philosophical Society The famous William Pitt is just Arrived in Paris, and is...
However scarce are American letters, yet as the eyes of the world Are fixed upon you, I Now and...
This Letter will be delivered by M. de Sailly Who is going over to America, and intends...
ALS : American Philosophical Society The Inclosed is a Paper I intend to Present to the Several...
On the Receipt of Your Excellency’s letter, I took Measures to fulfill the intentions of the...
The departure of the Washington Has Been So Sudden that I Could not get in time on Board the...
Before I Had a Pointed Reason to write, My friendship for You, and our Common zeal for the Public...
Your Excellency Has Been Acquainted With my first Measures Respecting our Society—To My Letter...
Mr du Bouchet formerly a Major in our Service Having Presented me With His Claims to Our...
Altho I Write You another Private letter, I Must Confidentially Let you know My opinion Upon...
Had I Not So perfect a Confidence in Your friendship, I Would Very Much fear to tire You with My...
A friendly letter I wrote You, and the One I Receive is not so affectionate as usual. The Value I...
Among the Numberless Applications I Have Had for our Society, there is One which, in duty to My...
To My Great Satisfaction, My departure is fixed Upon the tenth of Next Month, When I intend...
Altho’ I Have not Been Honoured with an Answer to My last letter, I will not lose time in...
if I ever had some right, to your indulgence, it’s certainly in this moment; in which I am in the...
At the Very instant of Sailing for America, I stop to Send You the New Modelled Regulations of...
I Have Already Had the pleasure to Acquaint You with My Arrival in America, and am Endeavouring...
With all the warmth of my long and tender friendship I Congratulate You Upon the Birth of Your...
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...