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To the care of Doct r Parker who I am told will be a safe conveyance, & who has promised to deliver ’em himself, I inclose you two Letters from America—one of which particularly from M r S Adams I was desired to keep ’till I could see you or trust it only in safe hands—the other is from M r Dalton— I heard upon my first arrival in Ireland which was in Feb y that you were in England, & hoped to...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of three Letters from you & to ask pardon for the appearance of Neglect in not doing it before—the several Vessels bound to America have taken up my time in writing, together with the business consequent upon Letters received by several Arrivals from thence— I have your’s of the 1 st May in answer to one by M r Parker—of the 4 th inclosing Col o Pickering’s...
When I parted with you at Paris I flattered myself to have had the pleasure before this of seeing you here with M rs Adams & your Family, but the hope of that is at an end while I remain in England, & I almost despair of any Good arising to our Country from the Gent n in our Commission coming here at all— such is the strange Blindness & Perversion of all ranks of People in this Country whom I...
I had the pleasure of receiving your Letter from Paris of the 18 th. March just before I embarked from Ireland for America— but had not the pleasure till my Arrival here of being informed that you were appointed Minister to the Court of London where we are told that you are removed with your Family & where I expect this to meet you Since my Arrival which was in May I have postponed writing to...
M r Jackson acknowledges the receipt of M r Adams’ very obliging Letter of the 1 st Oct r & of Miss Adams polite Cover to it, both which merited a more particular acknowledgement than the present—M r : Adams will please to present M r Jackson’s most affectionate Compliments to M rs. Adams & & Miss Adams—& to accept the same himself with the Compliments of the Season wishing them many happy...
I had your very agreeable Letter of the 1 st. Octob r in course after it’s date, which I have not before acknowledged nor the very obliging Note from Miss Adams accompanying it— you will please for me & M r Tracy to thank that Lady for her kind Enquiries & good Wishes espressed for us & our families & to return their & our affectionate Compliments to M rs. & Miss Adams— I hope that the Ladies...
I had your very agreeable Letter of the 1 st: Octob r in course after it’s date, which I have not before acknowledged nor the very obliging Note from Miss Adams accompanying it—you will please for me & M r Tracy to thank that Lady for her kind Enquiries & good Wishes espressed for us & our families & to return their & our affectionate Compliments to M rs & Miss Adams—I hope that the Ladies...