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I arrived at Dover a little before midnight of the day I parted with you at Greenwich, and was...
I received in due time your Excellency’s very obliging letter of the 4th. instant, which I beg...
My constant occupation in London put it out of my power to avail myself of your friendly offers...
I am so ill that I am obliged to have recourse to the assistance of my Daughter to thank you for...
I am honoured with your letter by Dr. Bancroft inclosing one from Dr. Burney for which I return...
Your very obliging letter gave me inexpressible satisfaction; as it afforded me convincing proofs...
I have been honoured with your favour of July 20. and it’s duplicate of July 28. I am glad you...
Doctor Burney has just this moment been with me to acquaint me that the harpsicord that was...
London, 22 June 1787. They plan to leave for Virginia within a week or two; thank TJ for his...
[ Paris, ca. June 1788 .] In answer to TJ’s note , he states that the “true form of addressing a...