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As it becomes more and more possible that the Noblesse will go wrong, I become uneasy for you....
Revolving further in my mind the idea started yesterday evening of the king’s coming forward in a...
As I may not be able to get at you at Versailles I write this to deliver it myself at your door....
I never made an offer to any body to have corn or flour brought here, from America: no such idea...
I inclose you a letter on the subject of what Mr. Mirabeau said which you were so good as to say...
Your letter of yesterday gave me the first information that Monsieur de Mirabeau had supposed to...
Having been curious to form some estimate of the quantity of corn and flour which have been...
The acknowledgement by Monsieur de Mirabeau to the national assembly that he had been in an error...
[ Paris, 30 Aug. 1789. Recorded in SJL under this date. Not found.]
I have seen with a mixture of Pleasure and apprehension the Progress of the events which have...