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Monsieur de Tronchin, minister for the republic of Geneva at this court, having a son at this...
I consider myself the more indebted to your obliging care in transmitting the letter of the...
I find here the letter you were so kind as to leave for me and am truly sorry I did not arrive in...
Being desired by a friend to procure him a copying press I take the liberty of putting the...
‘Not having any letters on my file unanswered, I shall not trouble you further.’—Is this you?—...
I congratulate you on two interesting circumstances, your safe arrival in your own country, and...
I had the honour of addressing you on the 9th. of August and since that have received yours of...
I have rec d your Favours from Harwich, Amsterdam and Berlin, and congratulate you on your...
Having found an opportunity of furnishing myself with a horse here, I notify it to you according...
Last evening col Forrest sent a servant with a Letter addrest to me, but upon opening it, I found...
I have duly received your favor of Jan. 29. and Dr. Burney’s which was inclosed in it. If the...
Since the receipt of your favor of May 21. I have been in daily expectation of receiving from you...
I was much obliged to you for a letter by Mr. Nesbit of Philadelphia, and am very sorry I could...
The morning after John left me at Dover, that is to say, on Friday, the wind became so favourable...
I duly received your favor of the 6th. inst. but that of the 4th . therein mentioned to come by...
“The Secretary of the United States of America for the Department of foreign affaires, His...
I was favoured, a few days ago, with your letter, dated the first day of this Month, in which you...
I have to reply to your several Letters of the 20 September and 3 & 6 of this Month. The Glass...
In answer to your Letter of yesterday, you will give me leave to say, that your assistance and...
How the right hand became disabled would be a long story for the left to tell. It was by one of...
I have duly received your favor by Mr. Cutting. I had before had a transient acquaintance with...
Col. Franks being detained to day by an accident gives me the opportunity of replieing to your...
Your letter from Harwich, dated August 10, reached us upon the 11th. We were very glad to hear of...
It should have been before observed, that the Western empire fell in the fifth century, and the...
Congress by their resolutions of February the third 1787, determined that the letter to the Queen...
I am now to acknolege the receipt of your favors of October the 4th. 8th. and 26th. In the last...
I have been honoured with your letter of May 28. inclosing those you had been so kind as to bring...
I wrote you last on the 16th. of June. Since that your favors of May 21. 21. and June 12. have...
Mr. Payne happened to be present when I received your favour of January 16. I read to him that...
Colo. Franks’s delay here, occasioned by that of his baggage, gives me an opportunity of...
An opportunity will offer by Mr. Bullfinch of acknowleging the receipt of your favours of July 5....
After a very pleasant Journey, here We are. We came very leisurely, dined the first day at...
According to Mr. Turgot’s idea of a perfect commonwealth, a single assembly is to be possessed of...
I have written you only a few lines since your absence; and those conveyed to you rather an...
In your favor of June 30. from Madrid is the following paragraph. ‘Mr. Jay sais 562. 163. 449....