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It gives me pleasure to inform you that Mr Boudinotte has been able to effect your exchange for a...
Give me leave to congratulate you most heartily on the smiling Aspect our Affairs begin to put...
I thank you Dear Mac for your poetry and your confidence. The piece is a good one—your best. It...
I have, Dear Mac, several of your letters. I shall ⟨soon⟩ have time enough to write ⟨my⟩ friends...
I am much obliged to you for the papers you transmitted me on the subject of Mr. C——e. Nothing...
[ Philadelphia, March 8, 1782. “Dr. Mac. I write the above in a form which being copied I wish to...
Your Letter of the 21st Ulto I received on Thursday last, for which I am extremely obliged to...
I received your Letter of this date in which I find it is his Excellencys desire that I shoud...
I have received your favor of the 3d Inst. inclosing your Resignation which I have delivered in...
The fair hand to whom your letter of the 20th of Jany was committed presented it safe, & as you...
Mr Lindsay handed me your favor of the 14th—the disposition of the Prisoners is not with me, but...
If the Commanders of the Fleets and Armies of our late, most Gracious Sovereign , in America; are...
I am pained to find by your Letter of the 30th Ulto, that you cannot get rid of your fever. Try...
In a visit to the Post of Dobb’s Ferry last Saturday, I accidentally met with Majr Lynch at that...
I am pained because I cannot answer the expectation & request of your letter of the 10th...
Immediately on the Rect of your Letter to me of the 2nd of the Month I orderd an inquirey to be...
Immediately upon the Receipt of your letter of the 15th expressive of your wish to go to the...
You will see by the inclosed Copies, which are answers to my letters to Mr Livingston and Mr...
After a tour of at least 750 Miles (performed in Nineteen days) I returned to this place...