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(private) Sir, Philadelphia Feby 28. 1799. I am happy to inform you, that altho’ the evil of the...
(private) Sir, Philadelphia Feby 21. 1799. I have been honoured with your letter of the 21st. My...
It will give you additional pleasure to learn that such is the increased and increasing...
Your last letters to be forwarded to Europe I expect will proceed next week. The three for...
I have been so much occupied since the receipt of your letter desiring a copy of one you wrote...
The inclosed interesting pamphlet is a faithful translation from the original French, transmitted...
Recollecting your anxiety that General Pinckney might [not] feel satisfied with the military...
This morning I saw a New-York paper announcing the arrival of General Pinckney, & that on account...
I seize the first conveyance to inform you that General Pinckney is out of France. He embarked...
I have to-day received some letters from Mr King dated in London July 28 August 1st & 5th. By...