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Colo. Franks having occasion for fifty pounds sterling to enable him to pursue his journey to...
Your favors by Colo. Franks have come safely to hand. He will set out from hence the 8th. inst....
As I propose to write you on business by Mr. Cairnes who will set out in a few days for London,...
I am now to acknoledge the receipt of your favor of Jan. 25. Colo. Franks sailed in the packet of...
The Notables met yesterday. The king opened the assembly with a short speech, wherein he...
The inclosed letter is come to hand since I had the honour of addressing you last. Will you be so...
I returned about three weeks ago from a very useless voiage. Useless, I mean, as to the object...
I have been duly honoured with your’s of the 10th. inst. and am happy to hear of the success of...
Frouillé, the bookseller here who is engaged in having your book translated and printed,...
I take the liberty of troubling you with the inclosed bill of exchange for £46–17–10 sterling,...
Since your favor of July 10. mine have been of July 17. 23 and 28. The last inclosed a bill of...
I received your favors by Mr. Cutting, and thank you sincerely for the copy of your book. The...
This will be delivered you by young Mr. Rutledge. Your knowledge of his father will introduce him...
In the month of July I received from Fiseaux & co. of Amsterdam a letter notifying me that the...
I wrote you on the 12th instant, that is to say, by the last post. But as that channel of...
Mr. Parker furnishes me an opportunity of acknoleging the receipt of your favors of Nov. 10. Dec....
I informed you in my letter of the 31st. of December of the measures I had taken relative to the...
The Commissioners of the treasury have given notice to Willincks and Van Staphorsts that they...
I am in hopes daily of receiving a letter from you in answer to my last. The delay of the letters...
I received this day a letter from Mrs. Adams of the 26th. ult. informing me you would set out on...
I have received with a great deal of pleasure the account of your safe arrival and joyful...
I had the pleasure of writing to you on the 2d. of Aug. and of adding a P.S. of Aug. 6. You will...
I now do myself the pleasure to inclose to you a copy of the Arret explanatory of that of Sep....
You may recollect that the Court of France by an edict, about 2 years since, opend a trade to the...