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I have the honor to transmit a resolution of Congress, appointing you one of their Ministers...
I received yesterday the letter with which you have been pleased to honour me, inclosing the...
I arrived here on the 30th. of the last month, and had a short interview the same evening with...
I apprised you in my former letter of the causes which had so long delayed my departure. These...
I have delayed answering your favor of the 7th Instant until I could obtain the sense of Congress...
I was yesterday honoured with your favor of the 14th which I shall lay before Congress this...
Supposing the dispatches received by the Washington may have enabled Congress to decide on the...
[ Philadelphia, 27 Mch. 1783 . Stan V. Henkels’ sale catalogue No. 683 (5–6 Apr. 1892) records as...
I have the honor to inform you by the direction of Congress in answer to your Letter of the 13th....
I am much obliged by the receipt of your favor of to-day and thankful for the honor Congress do...