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While I thought there was a probability of my letters finding you in France, I wrote frequently...
I do myself the honor to transmit you herewith a Copy of the Institution of the Cincinnati a...
As I persuade myself it would rather give you pain than pleasure, were I to apologize for any...
I take the liberty of introducing to the honor of your acquaintance Major Jackson—a Gentleman who...
Mr Platt, who will have the honor of presenting you with this Letter, and his Lady are going to...
Mr Platt who will have the honor of presenting you this letter, & his Lady are going to England,...
Since I came to this place, which was evacuated by the British Forces, & taken possession of by...
I have the honor of introducing to your acquaintance, Doct: Witherspoon President of the College...
At length my Dear Marquis I am become a private citizen on the banks of the Potomac, & under the...
I did not receive your Letter of the 8 th , untill the day before yesterday.— That I have not...
I have no expectation, that this Letter will find you in France. Your favor of Novr to me, & of...
It is now, more than ever, I want words to express the sensibility & gratitude with which the...
The Society of the Cincinnati in a general meeting, of delegates from the respective States now...
I received in Season, the Letter mentioned in yours of the Second of this Month, but as there was...
If my expression was equal to my sensibility, I should in more elegant language than I am Master...
Letter not found. 4 December 1784, Richmond. Lafayette refers to this letter in the 17 December...
The peregrination of the day in which I parted with you, ended at Marlbro’: the next day, bad as...
You would scarcely expect to receive a letter from me at this place: a few hours before I set out...
I have had the pleasure to receive your affectionate letter of the 21st of December—dated on...
Your favour of the 15th. continued on the 17th of December came very slowly but finally safe to...
Your letter of the 15th of Septr last year, introductory of Mr Duchi, I had the honor to receive...
I took the Journey leisurely, and arrived here on Thursday and had the pleasure to learn that...
I have to acknowledge & thank you for your several favors of the 9th of February—19th of March &...
Since my last to you, I have been favored with your letters of the 11th & 13th of May by young Mr...
Having written fully to you about the first of Septr; & nothing having occurred since worth...
Mr. Boylston proposes to bring to France this next year from 100 to 500 tons of Spermaceti whale...
M r Nathaniel Barret of Boston will have the Honour to deliver you this Letter. His Character and...
I have received your favour of the 30 th. Ult o. and thank you for the extract enclosed— The...
I have received your favour of the 30 th. Ult o. and thank you for the extract enclosed—The...
I am very happy to learn by your favour of the 12 th. that M r. Barrett, is in a fair Way to make...
I am very glad to learn by your Kind favour of the 9 th. that Boylston has sold his oil to...
I am very glad to learn by your Kind favour of the 9 th. that Boylston has sold his oil to...
I send you by M r. Joy, all the writings which have fallen in my way, against the slave trade— I...
I send you by M r. Jay, all the writings which have fallen in my Way, against the slave trade—I...
The Mr. John Ledyard, who proposes to undertake the journey through the Northern parts of Asia...
I forgot last night a very material circumstance in my calculation. The Farmers general are, by...
Of all the correspondencies with which I am honored, none has given me more pleasure than yours;...
The Letter which you did me the favor to write to me by Mr Barratt dated the 6th of Feby,...
You would be surprised at the old date of the letter herewith sent you, were I not to tell you...
Monsr. Famin called on me on the subject of making Honfleur a free port; and wished me to...
It seems that a writ of surseance is what Mr. Ridout desires. In what cases this is granted, by...
I am much obliged to you for your kind Letter of the 16 th. I most heartily wish you success in...
I am much obliged to you for your kind Letter of the 16 th. I most heartily wish you success in...
Give me leave to introduce to you Colonel Trumbull, a son of the late Governor of Connecticut, He...
I have now the honour of inclosing to you an estimate of the Exports and Imports of the United...
I will not conceal that my numerous correspondencies are daily becoming irksome to me; yet I...
Your other friends here being so much better qualified to give you the transactions of this...
I have recieved your favor of the second instant . The reason for my importing harness from...
On thursday last I received in very good order, from Baltimore, under the care of Monsr Compoint,...
Your kind favor of the 5 th. of this month is just now brought to me, & I beg leave to...