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I have not received my Letters of Recall from Holland and therefore must disappoint you and my...
I have received your two favours of 7 May and 20 June. I had received no Letter from you for so...
Last Saturday, I left Paris, and on Tuesday arrived, at the Hague. To Day I am come to this Town....
No Letter from you, yet. I believe I shall Set off Tomorrow or next day, for the Hague, and Shall...
We have had for a Fortnight or Three Weeks a Succession of Hot Weather, attended with an unusual...
Not a Line from you since December. Congress has not cutt off our heads for making Peace, and...
No Letters from you Since last December. Write by the Way of England Holland, France Spain all...
The Legion of Lauzun has arrived, and We hope has brought the Orders of Congress, for Us, but We...
Day after day, Week after Week, Month after Month, roll away and bring Us no News. I am So weary...
What would I not give for an Arrival from America? or for certain Advice from London of the...
Here I am, out of all Patience. Not a Word from America. The British Ministry, lingering on. Mr....
No News yet from America! We Yesterday, exchanged Full Powers with Mr. Hartley, and have agreed...
It Seems as if Providence had ordered many Things for the last Months, in Such a manner as to put...
If Congress when they revoked my Commission had appointed another to make a Treaty of Commerce...
There is at length a Ministry in England composed of Kings Friends and Peoples Men, which will...
It is now compleatly five Years, Since I first arrived in Europe, and in all that time I was...
On the 30 Nov. our Peace was Signed. On the 28. March We dont know that you have Yet heard of it....
Dryden, whom I have always loved to read now and then, because I learn something from him,...
L’Ambition dans l’oisiveté, la Bassesse dans l’orgueil, Le Desir de s’enrichir Sans travail,...
I read in a great Writer, Montesquieu that “l’honneur, en imposant la loi de servir, veut en être...
“A Court,” as John Dryden informed me, before Experience, “is a place of forgetfulness for well...
The Peace, which Sets the rest of the World at Ease, increases, I think my Perplexities and...
Your two Letters concerning Mr. T yler are never out of my Mind. He is of a very numerous Family...
Your kind Letters of Oct. 25. and November 13 came to hand but to day. A Packet from you is...
The Preliminaries of Peace and an Armistice, were Signed at Versailles on the 20 and on the 21....
I dare Say there is not a Lady in America treated with a more curious dish of Politicks, than is...
Your Proposal of coming to Europe, has long and tenderly affected me. The Dangers and...
The King of Great Britain, by a Commission under the great Seal of his Kingdom, has constituted...
Yesterday arrived your kind Letters of the 3 and 5 of september. I am preparing to sett off...
I believe I shall set off for Paris next Fryday. Mr. Thaxter and Mr. Storer will go with me. The...
The Lyars Stick at nothing. The Paragraphs in the enclosed Paper, which respect me, are impudent...
I have transmitted Money to the young Men, whom you mentioned to me, and have expected every day...
All well.—You will send these Papers to some Printer when you have done with them. We have found...
Your Favour of June 17. arrived this Day and gave me, all the tender and melancholly Feelings of...
The Situation of my dear Brother, at the date of yours 17. June, has allarmed me so much that I...
Mr. Thaxter is getting better and Mr. Charles Storer is now with me, and We may be all now said...
In this Country, as in all others, Men are much Addicted to “Hobby Horses.” These Nags are called...
Your charming Letters of April 10 and 22d were brought me, Yesterday. That of 22d is upon...
I find that the Air of the Hague, and the Return of warm Weather, tho later than was ever known,...
On the Twelfth, I removed into this House which I have purchased for the United States of...
The States of Holland and West Friesland have followed the Example of Friesland, in acknowledging...
The states of Holland and West Friesland have resolved, 28 March to admit Mr. Adams to an...
Your humble Servant has lately grown much into Fashion in this Country. Nobody scarcely of so...
My Health is returning to me by degrees, and I hope to be fully reestablished by the Help of...
I hope, Charles is at home by this time or that he will be in a few days. I presume he sailed...
I have Letters from Mr. Dana and his young Attendant, at St. Petersbourg. Both well and in good...
Your favours of September 29 and Oct. 21. are before me. I avoided saying any Thing about...
I have not yet seen the Work from whence the inclosed Extracts were made. A set is on the Road, a...
This is the first Time, I have been able to write you, since my Sickness.—Soon after my Return...
I am called to this Place, in the Course of my Duty: but dont conceive from it any hopes of...