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I Am the More flatterd By the Command Which His Excellency General Washington Has Been Pleased to...
sdkfj The Arrival of a french Squadron in the Bay will Have for some days Raised Your Excellencys...
On my arrival at this place I did myself the honor of writing to your Excellency and I hope my...
Your Excellency’s favors of the 10h, 12h, and 14h insnt. Having Come Yesterday to Hand, I Beg...
From a Conversation with the Quarter Master of this State, I find that there will Be A Great...
On My Arrival at Suffolk, I found that Gnl. Muhlenberg Had Marched down to this place, and was in...
In the Midst of preparations and Sanguine Hopes, intelligence was Brought to our Camp Near Sleepy...
Since the Return of the British fleet in the Bay, With A Number of Vessels supposed to Be...
Before this Comes to Hand Your Excellency Will Have Got an Accurate Account of the Action Between...
I Have the Honor to inform Your Excellency that the detachement Under My orders is on its Way to...
My Last Letter to Your Excellency Having Acquainted You of Our Preparations to Return to the...
Your Excellency’s Letter of Yesterday Has found me At this place where we Arrived this After Noon...
Captain North from Baron de Stüben’s Camp Has Been with Me last Evening and was directed By the...
The returns of the Men serving from the different Counties I have not yett been able to obtain,...
The Enemy’s intention has been to distroy this army and I conjecture would have been afterwards...
The Enemy’s Movements into the Country, and our great deficiency in Cavalry, makes it absolutely...
I have receiv’d your Excellencys letter enclosing some Resolves respecting the imports of Horses,...
I have the honor to forward a dispatch recommended by the president of Congress, to be sent to...
I Have Been Honoured with your favor of the 14th and while I am to thank you for the pains You...
When I Heard of Your Going to France, I heartly lamented I Could not Have the Honour to Receive...
Le Mis. De la Fayette a l’honneur de faire ses compliments à Monsieur Jefferson et lui envoye la...
This letter will be delivered By a private Courier of Mis. de Noailles who Has Been in My family,...
Otchikeita is Gone to the abbé, and Kayenlaha will wait for You to Morrow. It is probable Mr. du...
Inclosed, my dear Sir, I send you a letter to Gnl. Knox wherein I mention Count d’estaing’s...
Inclosed I send you several letters which Have been intrusted to me, and Now are forwarded by a...
This letter, My dear Sir, Will Be delivered By M. de la Tagnerette a Gentleman Well Acquainted...
I Have spoken with Baron de Grimm who, it Seems, Has No Notion to Continue the Monthly 25...
I Have been Honoured with your welcome favour of the 24th just as I Had set down at Luneville...
Inclosed, my dear sir, I Send You the arrêts du Conseil about Wines. While you are printing Mr....
It would Be almost as easy to shoot one of the flying Geniuses of the Arabian Nights as to direct...
Notwithstanding the Advantage of Your Situation in the busy Center of public Affairs, I know that...
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....
Inclosed, My dear friend, I send You the Proposed Constitution which I Have Received on My Way....
I thank You, My dear sir, on the Good News You Give me from S. Carolina . I Hope Virginia will...
I Most Heartily thank You, My dear friend, for Your Excellent ideas. What will Become of the...
This Morning Has Been Employed in Hearing the Report of a Committee for Subsistance and As they...
Before Your letter Came to Hand M. de Mirabeau Had engaged to disown what He Had Advanced. On the...
M. de Mirabeau’s Affair brought me Under difficulties and Almost a Quarell with the Ministry. He...
I Beg for liberty’s sake You will Breack Every Engagement to Give us a dinner to Morrow Wenesday....
Altho Every Motive of Regard and Affection Conspire to Make me Lament our separation, I Lament it...
The detachment under My orders is to embark this Morning, and if the Bay is Clear of Privateers...
Paris, 1 Feb. 1790. He asks TJ to be of service to M. Minguée, who is leaving for America to...
Amidst the dificulties Which Now Attend An American Correspondance, it is Necessary for friends...
As I’ll Have By this Opportunity the pleasure to Write to You, I shall Now only Mention the...
I Have Not, this Long While, Had the Satisfaction of a Line from You—it Was on My Emerging from...
I Had Been a Long While Without Hearing from You When Your Welcome Hand Appeared Again in the...
I Have not this Long While Had the pleasure of a Letter from You —Yet I Hope You Have Received...
[. . .] [. . .]ngston Has [. . .] My frien[. . .] [. . .] you and the philosophical Society With...
On My Coming for a few Days to Paris I find two Opportunities to write to You and Am Happy to...