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après bien des peines et des traverses, c’est en Amérique, c’est auprès de vous, que je viens...
It was with sincere pleasure I received your letter from Boston; and with a heart of affection I...
It would be very difficult for me to express to you the happiness which I experienced on the...
My desire to see you, is such, that I request that you and Mr Festal, will make me a visit about...
At the moment in which my Friend and I were making arrangements to go to Philadelphia at your...
Your letter of the 28th instt was received yesterday. The enclosures which accompanied it,...
I take the opportunity of Mr Lewis’s return to Mount-Vernon to trouble you with a few lines. by...
being after a tiresome journey of six days arrived in New-york, I take, according to the wish you...
allow me once more to take up your time and to make use of the permission you have given me to...
at the moment of embarking on board of the vessel which is to carry us to France, I snatch a few...