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This Letter Will Be delivered By Mr Geo. Flower Who is Going over With an intention to Settle in...
This Letter will Be delivered By M r Jullien a Citizen distinguished By His Litterary and...
I have the honor to forward a dispatch recommended by the president of Congress, to be sent to...
On my Long wished Return to my farm and to a family Circle, it becomes a firm object for me to...
While I was indulging the Hope to See M r Coles at La Grange , to possess Him Some days in our...
Altho’ the Affair for Which I presume to Adress You Has Been Recommended and Elucidated by the...
I Have Been Honoured with your favor of the 14th and while I am to thank you for the pains You...
Before this Comes to Hand Your Excellency Will Have Got an Accurate Account of the Action Between...
Here I am Arrived in the fond Expectation to See of Sunday morning, But find myself once more...
I Beg for liberty’s sake You will Breack Every Engagement to Give us a dinner to Morrow Wenesday....
[. . .] [. . .]ngston Has [. . .] My frien[. . .] [. . .] you and the philosophical Society With...
Le Mis. De la Fayette a l’honneur de faire ses compliments à Monsieur Jefferson et lui envoye la...
Mr. Livingston is Going—I Heartily Lament Not to Accompany Him—it is Necessary for me to Hope You...
Your last letter, my dear Excellent friend, is dated the 26 th I Had been long deprived of your...
Before Your letter Came to Hand M. de Mirabeau Had engaged to disown what He Had Advanced. On the...
Mr Rapatel aid de Camp to General Moreau is going to America where He wishes His Services May Be...
Otchikeita is Gone to the abbé, and Kayenlaha will wait for You to Morrow. It is probable Mr. du...
As I’ll Have By this Opportunity the pleasure to Write to You, I shall Now only Mention the...
I Hope You Have Received my Letter of the 16 h Novem ber Complaining of Your silence—far I am...
I thank You, My dear sir, on the Good News You Give me from S. Carolina . I Hope Virginia will...
The kind invitation from the citizens of Charlottesville is on Every account gratifying to my...
Since the Return of the British fleet in the Bay, With A Number of Vessels supposed to Be...
I am Happy in the Opportunity to present to You Mr David Parish a Worthy Member of the...
General Pepe’s character is so well known to you that it is only as His friend that I claim the...
When I Heard of Your Going to France, I heartly lamented I Could not Have the Honour to Receive...
In the Joy of my heart I congratulate you on the happy arrangement which has Lately taken...
I Am the More flatterd By the Command Which His Excellency General Washington Has Been Pleased to...
The Enemy’s Movements into the Country, and our great deficiency in Cavalry, makes it absolutely...
It is a very long while since my eyes were gratified with a sight of Your Handwriting: I know...
My dear Excellent friend I every day Lament the distance that separates me from You: it seems...
I find the dispatches By the Hornet are Just Going and altho’ I mean to write more fully By the...
A Long while Has Elapsed Since I Had the pleasure to Hear from you—I might Say a Century Was I to...
Amidst the dificulties Which Now Attend An American Correspondance, it is Necessary for friends...
This Letter will Be presented By Mm. Armand de Leller and Casimir Rham two Swits Gentlemen, Near...
Altho Every Motive of Regard and Affection Conspire to Make me Lament our separation, I Lament it...
I Cannot Let g al Bernard Embark with His Amiable Lady and family for America without a line to...
Permis me to offer you, in the name of young and very distinguished friend M. Thierry, an...
Give me leave to present to You M. L’ Herbette a french Citizen of a Respectable family, Great...
Thus far I Have Come down from My Mountains, and Hope I will not Be sent Back without some...
[ Nemours [5?] Nov. 1787. Recorded in SJL as dated “tuesday (Nov. 5)” and received on 9 Nov....
sdkfj The Arrival of a french Squadron in the Bay will Have for some days Raised Your Excellencys...
I Have Had Lately, Notwistanding the Strangeness of the times, Good Opportunities to write to...
Notwithstanding the Advantage of Your Situation in the busy Center of public Affairs, I know that...
Your Letters of the 26. May and 14th. July are come to me nearly at the same time—The older in...
Altho’ my Letter by Young Mr. McHenry Had Not Reached You, I am sure You Have by this time Heard...
So Long a time Has Elapsed, Since I Had the pleasure to Hear from You that I think it Better for...
Your Excellency’s Letter of Yesterday Has found me At this place where we Arrived this After Noon...
Inclosed, My dear friend, I send You the Proposed Constitution which I Have Received on My Way....
I have receiv’d your Excellencys letter enclosing some Resolves respecting the imports of Horses,...
Your Letter of May 17 h Has Afforded me Every kind of Gratification. I Had not for a Long time...