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I have been honoured with your letter of May 28. inclosing those you had been so kind as to bring...
I was so exceedingly hurried the few Days that I remained in London after the receipt of your...
Your goodness will doubtless attribute my silence to a necessary attention to the duties of...
Some day’s after my return, I did myself the honor of writing to your Excellency; and after...
One among our many follies Was calling in for Steaks at Dolly’s Whereby we’ve lost—& feel like...
John left yours of yesterday’s date with the order for 8 Guineas at my house this morning. I have...
The morning after John left me at Dover, that is to say, on Friday, the wind became so favourable...
Monsieur de Tronchin, minister for the republic of Geneva at this court, having a son at this...
I was much pleased by the receipt of yours of the 4th. inst. to find you had arrived safe at...
In a Letter which I wrote your Excellency this morning, I mention forwarding by Mr. Smith your...