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I have received the Letter you did me the honour to write me, on the 10 th. of this month, and...
I am honoured with your Letter of the 7 th. of the month from Paris—and will support D r....
I have recieved the letter you did me the honor to write me on the 10 th: of this month & embrace...
Copies: Archives Nationales, Library of Congress To the Honorable Captain John Paul-Jones...
I have been honoured with your letter of the 18th of July from Paris enclosing certificates in...
I avail myself of the liberty you have been so obliging as to give me, to trouble you with the...
Should this letter reach you in time, the purport of it is, to beg your care of the enclosed to...
I received yesterday your favour of the 29’th, and have written on the subject of it to the...
Supposing you may be anxious to hear from hence, tho’ there should be nothing interesting to...
Mine of the 13th. informed you that I had written to the M. de Castries on the subject of...
I receive this moment a letter from the Marechal de Castries of which the inclosed is a copy....
I think the method you propose for applying to the court of Denmark for the compensation due for...
The resolution of Congress of Oct. 29. 1783. is the only one I have seen on the subject of the...
I take the liberty of inclosing to you a letter with which I am honoured from his Excellency the...
Since I had the honour of seeing you the other evening a letter from the board of treasury is...
I have now the honour to return you the papers you inclosed for my perusal. I am thoroughly...
An opportunity having occurred of writing to America and to England by a person leaving Paris...
I am perfectly ready to transmit to America any accounts or proofs you may think proper. No body...
Mr. Jefferson’s compliments to Commodore Jones. His memory had deceived him as to the sum offered...
Mr. Jefferson’s compliments to Commodore Jones and returns him the book he was so good as to give...
The United States of America in Congress assembled having thought proper by their resolve of the...
I have been so much indisposed, since my arrival here the 4th. from the fatigue and excessive...
I arrived at this place on the 10th. inst. and expected to have staid here a week only. Since the...
Your favor of Jan. 20/31 from Petersburg came safe to hand, and is the only proof we have...
I had prepared a letter for you to the Count de Vergennes but I think it rather better before we...