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La nature a fait les hommes egaux, et les distinctions entre eux necessitées par la monarchie,...
L : American Philosophical Society Mr et Mde. La Marquise De lafayette et Mr. De Gouvion...
I Have Been Honoured with Your favour By Mr̃ Joy to Whom I Will Readily Render Every Service in...
I Have Received Your first favour from Philadelphia with the Greater Satisfaction, as it promises...
… [France has ordered] two large Armies to get in readiness … in Flanders and … in Alsace.… I...
Le Mis. De la Fayette a l’honneur de faire ses compliments à Monsieur Jefferson et lui envoye la...
Your letters Become More and More distant, and I Anxiously Wish for your Speedy Appointement to...
Altho’ I Cannot omit an opportunity of writing to You, my letter will not Be so long and Minuted...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I intended Having this day the pleasure to See You, But am...
Was I to found my Hopes Upon the Letters I have from Congress, I would please my fancy with the...
Otchikeita is Gone to the abbé, and Kayenlaha will wait for You to Morrow. It is probable Mr. du...
Altho’ I Have not Been Honoured with an Answer to My last letter, I will not lose time in...
Lafayette arrived in New York on 4 August 1784 for a visit which lasted until 21 December 1784...
I thank You, My dear sir, on the Good News You Give me from S. Carolina . I Hope Virginia will...
ALS : American Philosophical Society The Inclosed is a Paper I intend to Present to the Several...
In Consequence of Your desire, I Have Endeavoured to Collect informations, Relative to the...
To My Great disappointement I Had no letter from You By this packet—it is However the only...
This letter will Be delivered By Mr du Pont the Son of a Very Sensible and Honest Gentleman, who...
The departure of the Washington Has Been So Sudden that I Could not get in time on Board the...
I am fortunate in this Opportunity to wish you a Happy New year, and to devote the first Moments...
When I Heard of Your Going to France, I heartly lamented I Could not Have the Honour to Receive...
I Have Been Honoured With Your favour By Mr[expansion sign] joy to Whom I Will Readily Render...
I Expected to write to You By c ll franks, But as His departure Has Been daily differed, I will...
In the Midst of our internal troubles, it is a Comfort to me that I May Rejoice in the Happy...
I Have writen to You By way of England, and will only inclose a duplicate of the arrêt of the...
While you Have Been Attending your Most Important Convention, debates were also Going on in...
This Will Be presented By Mr le Coulteux a Relation to the Respectable House of french Merchants...
Among the Numberless Applications I Have Had for our Society, there is One which, in duty to My...
In Consequence of Your desire, I Have Endeavoured to Collect informations Relative to the...
Your letters September the 1st and November the 8th Have Safely Come to Hand for which I offer...