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Mad. La Comtesse de Brionne fait mille complimens à Monsieur de Jefferson, elle est arrivée de la campagne et doit repartir mercredy; dans cet interval, il lui seroit bien essentiel d’avoir l’honneur de voir Monsieur de Jefferson; l’obligeance avec laquelle il a bien voulu lui répondre confirme sa confiance. Elle lui demande donc de vouloir bien lui faire dire quel Jour et à quelle heure, elle...
It cannot be pride; it cannot be diffidence; nor can it be a false sentiment of shame to acknowledge my poverty already Known to you, that I feel an unsurmountable discouragement in soliciting again by words of mouth your uman assistance in this present Epoca of distress. It is, Honble. Sir, a right apprehension of the danger, in which I expose myself to lose thro’ importunity and indiscretion...
I was very much gratified by the receipt of your letter, dated the 3d. of May.—You have my best thanks for the political information contained in it, as well as for the satisfactory account of the Canal of Languedoc.—It gives me pleasure to be made acquainted with the particulars of that stupendous work, tho’ I do not expect to derive any but speculative advantages from it.—When America will...
The inclosed paper contains some few articles of intelligence which perhaps may not have reached you by any other channel. When the last vessels quitted New York about the 8th of July, the convention of that State still continued to debate upon the great question of rejecting or adopting the national constitution and it is with concern I perceive that the probabilities against an immediate...
I have had the honor to receive by this days post, yours of August 12th. My getting it was very accidental. In the hurry of leaving Berne it never occur’d to me telling the post master what was to be done with any letters he might receive for me, and I am indebted to a friend of mine for sending forward yours from Berne where, I imagine, from the length of time which has intervened between its...
J’ai appris avec grand plaisir, que la Gazette de Leide a été rétablie en France. Ayez la bonté, Monsieur, de m’apprendre, si Votre Excellence et Mr. Diodati avez recommencé à recevoir vos Exemplaires du Bureau et de la maniere ordinaire, afin que je puisse mander à Mr. Luzac de discontinuer l’expédition qu’il vous en fait par la poste, et lui offrir en même temps le paiement de ce qu’il en a...
Recevés, Monsieur, mon Compliment bien sincere sur L’Evennement qui decide votre Constitution Et sur L’Esperance qui suit que vous serés Les peuples Les plus heureux Et Les mieux gouvernés Du Globe. C’est une Consolation pour ceux meme qui sont loin D’un pareil Bonheur. Une Lettre D’amerique Viens de M’aprendre Cette heureuse nouvelle Et La joye que L’adhésion de la Virginie a causé a...
I had the honor of receiving your Excellency’s letter of July 29th. The absence from Town of the Director of the Customs has prevented my replying till this time. The result of my inquiries is thus. That the Arret in which is Clas’d the SpermaCæti candles, after enumerating the duties upon a great variety of merchandize, there is then article which says that all foreign merchandize of whatever...
My last went via England in the hands of a Swiss gentleman who had married an American lady, and was returning with her to his own country. He proposed to take Paris in his way. By that opportunity I inclosed copies of the proceedings of this State on the subject of the Constitution. North Carolina was then in Convention, and it was generally expected would in some form or other have fallen...
My last went vià England in the hands of a Swiss gentleman who had married an American lady, and was returning with her to his own country. He proposed to take Paris in his way. By that opportunity I inclosed copies of the proceedings of this State on the subject of the Constitution. North Carolina was then in Convention, and it was generally expected would in some form or other have fallen...