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In answer to your Letter of yesterday, you will give me leave to say, that your assistance and...
I have rec d your Favours from Harwich, Amsterdam and Berlin, and congratulate you on your...
After a very pleasant Journey, here We are. We came very leisurely, dined the first day at...
According to Mr. Turgot’s idea of a perfect commonwealth, a single assembly is to be possessed of...
Congress by their resolutions of February the third 1787, determined that the letter to the Queen...
“The Secretary of the United States of America for the Department of foreign affaires, His...
It should have been before observed, that the Western empire fell in the fifth century, and the...
I was much obliged to you for a letter by Mr. Nesbit of Philadelphia, and am very sorry I could...
I shall not entertain you with public affairs, because you will learn the state of them from the...
Give me leave to congratulate you and my daughter, as well as your venerable Mother, and her and...
I received yesterday your kind letter of the 9th of the month. The letters to Vergennes were sent...
I Received yesterday your kind Letter of the 13 th and Return you and yours the Compliments of...
I have received the Letter you wrote me on the 7th of this month, and I shall give all the...
Before you receive this you will probably receive a letter from the Secy. at war informing you...
I have received your letter of the 16th & the bundle of papers inclosed with a great deal of...
I have received your favor of the 23d of last month and read with pleasure, your account of the...
I have received your favor of the 2d & one or two letters before, recommending gentlemen to...
Upon the receipt of your letter of the 21st, I sent a copy of it to General Hamilton, and the...
I have appointed you Surveyor & Inspector, in the place of Mr. Lasher who has resigned. Your...
I received last night your favor of the 18 & congratulate you on the receipt of your commission....
I have received your favor of the 12th. & your bill, in favor of Mr Nathan Prime for 300 dollars,...
I duely recd yours of the 16th with the Paper enclosed. I had given no Attention to the Attack...
My heart is one day as light as air and the next as heavy as lead. The Name of Hull, at one hour...
I have received, and read with—Sensations of grief and joy and Reflections of, (what shall I say...
I received yesterday your favour of the 16th of last month. It is of no other use to ruminate...
Your Letter of the 5th. contains Such an Abundance of Matter which appears to me as of so great...
We were happy to find by your Letter 22d of May that you had arrived safe at Baltimore on your...
Your letters give us information as well as entertainment. Your reception at head Quarters & at...
Your favour of 15th is alarming. Remember the fate of Cassandra. The prophet of ill ’tho’ as true...
It gave me great pleasure to be informed of your punctual arrival at the head quarters of good...
I go farther than you in your Glooms I expect Detroit and Michigan will be again taken and all...
I have been sick a Month, and my eyes and hands incapable of writing otherise you would have...
I know not what to say to your Letter of 23rd. There are Men whom disaster haunts through life....
Yesterday I received your packet of the 7th. you ask “What is to be the result of the Convention...
I thank you for your favour of the 23d.— Gerry is gone to joine his Copatriots in lamentations...
I rejoice in your Recovery from Sickness and wish a perfect restoration of your health—I think I...
Washington used to say Sometimes “They work me hard” Sam. Allen Otis said a day or two before his...
Cobbets Letter to Niles, inclosed in yours of the 17th, with some of his usual fooleries,...
I thank you for your for two Letters from the Valley; one dated October 4th. the other November...