You
have
selected

  • Author

    • Trumbull, John
  • Period

    • Confederation Period

Recipient

Sort: Frequency / Alphabetical

Show: Top 4

Dates From

Dates To

Search help
Documents filtered by: Author="Trumbull, John" AND Period="Confederation Period"
Results 1-30 of 40 sorted by editorial placement
  • |<
  • <<
  • <
  • Page 1
  • >
  • >>
  • >|
I must apologize for delaying to acknowlege the honour of your letter of the 28 th. of April...
I must apologize for delaying to acknowlege the honour of your letter of the 28 th. of April...
Hartford, September 4, 1784. “On receiving your letter I was sorry to find, that you had not...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Mr Vanderhurst of Bristol inform’d me yesterday that your...
I have presumed to desire my Friend, Col. Humphrys to present to your Excellency a copy of...
The only proper apology, for not having written you since I left Paris, is this which I now...
On my arrival I had the pleasure to find your letter of the 13th. Octr. enclosing one to Mrs....
I have the pleasure of committing to Colo. Smith’s care for you, a letter of Mrs. Cosway, and a...
I recev’d your Letter of Inquiries about the Relations of Mrs. Trist some weeks ago. I found that...
I have long been ashamd of having not yet given you a decisive answer to your enquiries about the...
When I first receiv’d your letter about the Harpsichord, I was out of the way. It is now...
Several days ago I had the pleasure to receive your favor of the 30th. Augt. by which I suppose...
I have received your two letters of the 4th. by Mr. Cutting and the 11th. by post, and have made...
London, 2 Nov. 1787 . Sends letter by his friend [Daniel] Parker, whom he recommends to TJ;...
I have your letter of Novr. 13th. by which I am happy to learn that your Harpsichord is safe. It...
I am afraid of having done a very foolish thing. We have been oblig’d to leave at Luzarches...
I wrote you yesterday morning from Chantilly of our adventure and my blunder of the trunk at...
I wrote you from Boulogne to say that with all our accidents Mrs. Church was safe. We cross’d the...
Your letter of the 20th. came to my hands this moment with the welcome news of Mrs. Church’s...
Mr. Rutledge is so good as to take charge of the Breeches which you order’d. I mention’d in my...
Give me leave to present to you Mr. Thos. Duché , Son of Mr. Duchof Phila . who is nigh you at...
I am this morning favor’d with yours of 18th May:—I am sorry to find from this, that one of your...
I received yours of the 28th May and have enquir’d at Herries’s for your Letter of March from...
Your letter from Amsterdam reach’d me safe three days ago sent by Van Staphorst to Parker. I have...
By the Diligence which leaves this tomorrow morning you will receive from Stockdale a Box with...
I have your two Letters, of the 29th. June (enclosing Mr. Grand’s letter of Credit on Mr. Lewis...
I am afraid I have been guilty of an omission. In looking over some of your letters I find your...
Will you excuse my having so long omitted to write you—the mortification arising from efforts not...
I have your letter of the 24th. August and having seen no secondhand Carriage to my mind, have...
By the Diligence which left this yesterday morning I sent two Books for Mr. Short and...