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I embrace the earliest opportunity of conveying to you my most grateful acknowledgements for the...
(Private) Dear Sir, Philadelphia Jany 16th 1792 I do myself the pleasure to acknowledge the...
It has been discovered that, in the Card sent Mrs Pinckney and yourself to dine with me to day,...
M. de Noailles who is the bearer of this requires no introduction to you, his situation &...
Notwithstanding Mr Lear is already known to you, I cannot suffer him to depart without this...
You would oblige me by giving the letter & Roll herewith sent for Mr Young a safe, and as speedy...
In a letter which I have lately received from the Secretary of State I am desired to make such...
I should long ago have given you some account of the Progress of my Enquiries concerning a Box...
The Gentleman who will have the honor of delivering this letter to you; is Doctr Tate, who is...
An Incident has occurred which having no Connexion with my Mission does not form a part of my...