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The enclosed letter is from Count Neale a respectable nobleman attached to this Court, to a commercial house at Boston, which he has requested me to forward, and as I have no personal acquaintance with those Gentlemen, I have thought it safer to send it under cover to you.—It is left open, because the Count desires you to read it, and if the proposals relative to the purchase of the articles...
I received a few days ago, your favor of 5th: September—The wisdom of the system of policy adopted at length by our Government towards France, has since you wrote been amply confirmed, by the total alteration of her tone relative to the United States—She shows indeed yet an extreme reluctance to the adoption of any measures of substantial Justice towards us, and shrinks with an ill grace from...
I received two days ago your obliging favour of the 21st: ulto. I wish it were in my power to communicate such intelligence from this part of the world as you expected, but the Symptoms of the present moment lead to different conclusions. Russia has engaged herself to all appearance more seriously than heretofore against the all grasping all-devouring power that threatens Europe and the whole...
I have the honor to enclose herewith, a letter from a young Gentleman who bears your name, and who flatters himself with being (though distantly) related to you. He is by birth an Hollander, but of a family originally English, which went over from England, and settled in the United Netherlands, sometime near the beginning of the present century. At the commencement of the present War, he...
I received your favour of 24 July by yours for Thomas who a few days ago. I am fully persuaded that he will use his best in the discharge may find it useful and agreeable to himself. I shall with great pleasure give him any assistance in my power with regard to the study of the Law; but the for the present. I have not the necessary books with me nor is it possible to procure them here in the...
It has given me great pain to be informed by letters from America of the misfortune, which has befallen you, and the unpleasant situation of your affairs. I presume that you have assigned to Mr: Smith the power from me, and that he is informed of the situation of my property in your hands. Not having heard from you upon the subject since July of the last year, I feel anxious to hear again,...
I received some time ago, though not until after my arrival at this place your favour of 15. July last enclosing a statement of my affairs with which you have the goodness to charge yourself, and an account, coming down to the same month of July.— For all the trouble you have taken relative to my little concerns, I feel much obligated to you.— I am happy that you concluded to abandon for sale...