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J’ai eu la bonne idée de me prévaloir des droits que me donnent mes Sentiments pour vous, votre...
Letter not found: to unknown recipient, 27 Sept. 1792. Sold by Leavitt, Strebeigh & Co., New...
The President of the United States having occasion for Mitchell’s map, which hangs in one of the...
(Copy) No. 2 Northumberland Court Sir Charing Cross 30 May 89 Impressed with Every Sentiment of...
I take the liberty of introducing to your acquaintance the Marquis de Valadie, bearer of this...
I have no superfine flour in my Mill, at present; nor do I believe I have any Wheat that will...
Mr John Adams, to whom the printed Paper herewith enclosed, is directed, certifies that he has...
The Council having determined that Colo. Elligood should be permitted to go into the enemy’s...
I have the honor to forward to you the inclosed Letter which accompanied others from General...
The destruction of the public Storehouses, Magazines, Laboratory, Shops and other Works at this...
Baron Steuben asks the favor of you to appoint some confidential officer or gentleman to go...
[ Richmond, 27 Dec. 1780. Extract from Stan V. Henkels’ sale catalogue, 20 May 1913 (William C....
[ Richmond, 30 Nov. 1780. Etienne Charavay, comp., Inventaire des autographes et documents...
Captain Patrick Lockhart being appointed to conduct the prisoners of war taken at Kings mountain...
Governor Pownal, on the 24 of May in the House of Commons, made a Motion for Leave to bring in a...
War Office, Williamsburg, 25 Mch. 1780 . Sell or immediately exchange the six horses reported...
I have laid before the Council Mr. Griffin’s letter recommending the annexation of the cavalry of...
I promise on my parole of honour and on the faith of a gentleman that I will continue within such...
The COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA. TO greeting : Know you, that from the special Trust and Confidence...
The difficulties, which you proposed to me as to the commission of the peace I will endeavor to...
I expect to return to Europe, very soon, and should be very happy to carry with me such...
[Extract of?] a letter from A. Lee [to] Gov. Henry. Paris Dec. 14. 1778. [’I inclo]se the account...
A friend of mine (Mr. Henry Skipwith) is very desirous [of] locating 5000 acres of land in the...
I recd yours of the 20th decemr inclosing a letter from Colo. Marbury’s Freind to Majr Molleson....
Business still continues dull but am in Hopes of a Speedy Change as it seems by the last Accounts...
We are now very near the Month of May, and the Enemy, are in the Midst of Us. They have an Army,...
I think it is Montesqueiu, who, Somewhere observes, that the English of Charles’s days were...
The bearer hereof, Mr. Strother Jones, son to a friend of mine, is now setting out for the...
I find the People this Way, under very disagreable Apprehensions, about Paper Currency. The...
This covers a Letter, and accompanies a Budle, to our mutual Friend John Adams Esqr, which I...
Satisfied as I am, of the many application’s you must have had made to you, for assistants to...
Among the Treasurer ’s causes which I have undertaken to finish is a suit brought against you by...
I like your proposal of keeping up an epistolary correspondence on subjects of some importance. I...
Braintree October–December? 1758. Printed: JA, Earliest Diary The Earliest Diary of John Adams ,...
35III., 1757 (Washington Papers)
I am really sorry, that I have it not in my power to answer your request in a more satisfactory...
36GW to ——, 1749–1750 (Washington Papers)
I should receive a Letter or Letters from you by the first and all oppertunetys with the greatest...