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Your letter by Mr: Paleske of 28 Feby: though short gave me great pleasure as it was so long...
The fortune of War, has at all times been proverbial for its versatility, but perhaps there never...
Three or four days after the date of my last Letter, which was from Maassluys, and while I was...
I received a few days ago, your letter of 16. Octr: last, written from Quincy.—With respect to...
I received last Evening your favour of 1. March, together with one from my mother of the 7th: of...
I have not for some weeks, perhaps for some months, written directly to yourself.—The current...
Many months have pass’d since I received a line from you, or from my dear mother. From my brother...
We received your short Letter of 19 November written just as the pilot from the mouth of the Elbe...
Doctor Johnson somewhere says that a short letter to a distant friend is a sort of insult; but I...
My last letter to you upon private affairs was of April 29. Since which I have received none from...
In my last letter, by a halfline of postscript, I told you that peace between the Austrians &...
I wrote you last week, and now repeat for your information in case that letter should fail in the...
To your long letter of March 4–12. I ought to say something more than is merely contained in mine...
Somewhat more than a month ago I received the very welcome intelligence that the vessel on board...
I received only three days ago your N: 22. dated the 6th: of December, and containing the...
I suppose you flatter yourself, that having more than three months ago got safely out of Silesia,...
Two days ago, I received together your letters of September 9. & 23. Numbers 9 & 10.—I now...
On the 10th: of last month I wrote you a letter, informing you that I had remitted to Mr. King,...
The day after I wrote you last; I received yours of 17 Jany: brought by Mr. McHenry, and which in...
I have just got your agreeable favours of 8–9— & 11— May, and as this is the last day upon which...
I last weak informed you that I had withdrawn from Amsterdam all the stocks I held there, and had...
As I have bespoke your company, upon our journey into Silesia, I begin this letter at our first...
As I have stipulated that you shall peruse none of my letters written upon this tour, but with...
The dimensions of my paper compelled me to break off my last letter before I had finished giving...
As my purpose is only to give you the great & general outlines of the Silesian history, with a...
Just as I enclosed my last letter to you, I had yet the opportunity to acknowledge the receipt of...
I enclose herewith, a letter for Messrs: Jennings & Woddrop of Charlestown, which I will thank...
Yesterday morning early we took our departure from Freystadt, & came to this place; a distance of...
I have remitted to Mr. King in London five hundred pounds sterling, for which I have informed him...
I arrived here last Evening and this morning received your cover, enclosing the Letter from the...