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The Marquiss, who loves Us, will deliver You this. He will tell You every thing. Arbuthnot,...
The Sovereign of Britain and his Council have determined to instruct their Commissioners to offer...
This Letter is intended to go, by Monsieur Le Veillard, a Young Gentleman bound to America, with...
The Marquiss de la Fayette did me, the Honour of a Visit, Yesterday, and delivered me, your...
Passy, 21 May 1778. printed : JA, Diary and Autobiography Diary and Autobiography of John Adams ,...
Your advice “to reconcile myself to the Thought that Justice may not be done me, till I am dead”...
D r Gordon who is arrived with your Favour of the 13 of April, will probably be disappointed in...
Your kind Favour by the Marquis, I have received, and it touched a thousand tender Springs, in my...
You will see by the public Papers, that your Committee of Correspondence is making greater...
I had a few days ago the Pleasure of your Letter of the 21. of June, which is the only one as yet...
I have this morning received your Favours of the 16 & 17 of April, and am fully with you in...
This will be delivered to you by Mr. Izard, who goes out in the Alliance, with Mr. Lee, Mr....
The ill Health, contracted in Amsterdam, which began with a violent nervous Fever, last August,...
Give me Leave to introduce to you, Mr Anstey a Member of Parliament and Barrister at Law, who is...
The Child whom you used to lead out into the common to see with detestation the British Troops...
Yesterday the B. Parliament met. The 2d of Decr., We shall have the Speech. We hope to make...
I rec d. your letter by Mons r: de le Tombe yesterday: Every line from your hand gives me...
I had the Pleasure of a line from you, at Princetown, and Yesterdays Post brought me another from...
I received this morning your Letter of November 4 & Dec r 4, with great Pleasure. I had heard of...
Give me Leave to introduce to you, M r Anstey a Member of Parliament and Barrister at Law, who is...
M r Grigby, the Bearer of this Letter, is recommended to me, by Gentlemen, who have been friendly...
The present Minister, Shelburne I remember disgusted me by an unintelligible, misterious and...
On the 21 May, I wrote you a very long Letter, on the Subject of foreign Affairs in general, and...
We were very happy to have the definitive Treaty signed, altho’ We could obtain no Improvement...
The King of England has Sent Mr Fitzherbert to Paris with a Commission to treat of Peace, with...
I have received your Letters by M r Jackson and M r Appleton. The former I answered Some days...
This will be sent or delivered by the Viscount de Noailles, a Son of the Duke D’Ayen a Brother of...
After the repeal of the late American Stamp Act, we were happy in the pleasing prospect of a...
You have, once more received, the highest Testimony of the Confidence and Affection of your...
Your Favour of the 10th. of July, is received. Mr. Searle, who is yet at Paris, I hope to see...