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Accept my thanks for your present of a register and much more for your affectionate and sympathizing letter of the 27th although my sorrows have been silent and although I have received every consolation that Friendship could have administered and although I seem not to have a enemy left upon the earth yet my secret grief has very sensibly shaken my frame and my greatest remaining consolation...
I thank you for your favour of the 31st March and the two newspapers inclosed, the History of the Old Lady and the Epilogue, have entertained and instructed me their wit and humour and Allegory are less malicious and more Significant than is Common in our American political Anama’s—how happens has it happened that Connecticut has monopolized the wit and humour of the Continent it has certainly...
I have received your favour of the 26th of October with the Copy of the Connecticut Constitution; this is the second Copy which I have received from you, and I am afraid it is the first, that has been acknowledged, for this negligence I beg your pardon; And pray you to accept my Cordial thanks for both these Valuable favours— The Cantelence sacerdotis will be sung as long as priesthood shall...
I thank you for your favor of the 22 inst & the two Connecticut gazettes which I have given to Mr. Shaw of the Athenaeum to be communicated to the Historical Society. I had rather read their remarks on the Mohegan letter than make any of my own. It is unpleasant though it is necessary to bring such documents before the public after a concealment of one hundred twenty years. If the Legislature...