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I have been looking out for lodgings, yesterday and this day, and have at length found a bed...
After a very warm and dusty Journey, setting out early, and riding late, I arrived here on Monday...
I was so lucky as to have a passage of 26 hours from Helvoet sluis to Harwich and arrived in town...
I am so pleased with your Letters, in general, that you may well believe that of the 6. has...
If it should be convenient to you, I would be obliged to you for a supply of money. I endeavour...
Mr. Thaxter will want a horse in a short time, to go a journey, and I should be glad, if mine is...
My two Brothers, Leonard and Charles, will leave us tomorrow for Cambridge, and you would perhaps...
RC (Privately owned); addressed: “Mr: Bob Longer. In the paradise of fools.” Probably an...
M r: Lincoln, the bearer, is a young preacher, who belongs to Hingham; he is going home, and I...
I came yesterday as far as Boston with Sister Lucy, who is employ’d in fixing me off: I came here...
I should, certainly have written before this, at least to show how gratefull a Sense, I retain,...
My things, are yet pretty much in Confusion, and I do not expect to get well settled till the...
I desired my brother Charles when he went from Haverhill, to mention, that I was again in need of...
I expected to have received ere this some Letters either from Braintree or Boston; But excepting...
We are now sailing up North River; and have met the french packet about 6 leagues from New York:...
I should deserve, all the reproaches which my friends in America have made me if I neglected...
Mr. Church proposes to embark on board the british Packet, which is to sail to-morrow. He has...
I am now much more at my disposal, with respect to my Time, than I was at Haverhill, and can...
I have only time to write a few lines for the present as the Post is about to depart. On Saturday...
We have not received as yet any answer to the letters we wrote you the day I arrived in town; and...
Yesterday, I met Mr. Bridgen at the Coffee House; he told me he had a book for you, and this...
Yesterday I received your favour by Dr. Parker, and was very glad to find you pleased with your...
I this day receiv’d your favour of the 11th. instant and expect to send the Books away, in the...
In my last Letter, I informed you of my intention to set off for the Hague next Wednesday; since...
I received a few days agone, your favour of June 2d: you mention an Affair, concerning which I...
I am at length released from the multiplicity of business which has employ’d so much of my time,...
After having suffered so long an interval of Time to pass, since I wrote you last, it is...
Last Wednesday Mr. W. Vaughan, got me introduced into the house of Commons, and I was there, from...
I received this afternoon your No. 11 and I never received a letter which caused such a variety...
I have been so much taken up these four or five days, in copying both for my Pappa and Mamma,...