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This Letter will be delivered by M. de Sailly Who is going over to America, and intends...
On the Receipt of Your Excellency’s letter, I took Measures to fulfill the intentions of the...
Your wished for and Most Heartly wellcome favours Have not this long while Reached me, and I most...
However scarce are American letters, yet as the eyes of the world Are fixed upon you, I Now and...
Letter not found: from the marquis de Lafayette, 5 Sept. 1788. On 29 Jan. 1789 GW wrote Lafayette...
every mark of your kindness, is very precious to me, and amidst all my feelings at the marquis’s...
if I ever had some right, to your indulgence, it’s certainly in this moment; in which I am in the...
I Have Received Your first favour from Philadelphia with the Greater Satisfaction, as it promises...
Your letters Become More and More distant, and I Anxiously Wish for your Speedy Appointement to...
Altho’ I Cannot omit an opportunity of writing to You, my letter will not Be so long and Minuted...