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The Letter that accompanies this, is from a Character so respectable, that I beg leave to...
A multiplicity of avocations have prevented me, from answering your friendly letter of the 2d. of...
Your obliging favor of the 22d Ult. I recd. last night. I remember so much of the transactions,...
I have recd. with great Pleasure your Letters of 22d. April and 19. March. These important...
Your favor of March 19th deserves a particular consideration and answer which I have not til now...
No! You and I will not cease to discuss political questions: but We will agree to disagree ,...
Your single principle, in your letter of the 15th. must fail you you say "that Republican Systems...
Without waiting for an answer to my last, I will take a little more notice of a Sentiment in one...
I have read Dr Rush, de moribus Germanorum, with pleasure. As I am a great lover of paradoxes,...
I have persecuted you, too much with my letters.—I beg you would give yourself no trouble to...
“The Characters I so much admire among the ancients.” were not “formed wholly by Republican forms...
I cannot give up my dear Latin and Greek although Fortune has never permitted me to enjoy so much...
I had heard before I recd your Letter of the 12th, of your new Engagements in the Colledge added...
The Tories, are not only more united and attached to each other as you observe in your Letter of...
The Tories as you observe in your friendly Letter of 24 Feb. are more attached to each other;...
Your Letter of April 13, Soars above the visible diurnal sphere.—I own to you that Avarice...
It seemeth unto me that you and I ought not to die without saying good-bye or bidding each other...
I have just now received your friendly letter of the 19th. and rejoice with you Sincerely in the...
I am highly gratified, to possess So authentic an Account of the Several rising branches of your...
Your Letter, my dear Friend, of the 29th. of June, Suggets enough of Serious reflections, to...
Your favour of the 14th gives an exact Analysis of Pennsylvania and its Parties: and from it, a...
Although it is a gratification to my feelings to write to you and a much greater pleasure to...
I am half inclined to be very angry with you for destroying the Anecdotes and documents you had...
The new Edition of your medical Works, mentioned in your favour of the sixth of this month, have...
Your favour of the fifteenth is received. In a cornfield, which I had manured with seaweed and...
Your Letter of the tenth, like all others from your pen, notwithstanding all your apologies, was...
I have two of your Letters to acknowledge, at once. The Treatise on the Spleen I have read, and...
Thanks for your favour of Aug. 22d. My Experience is perfectly conformable to yours, respecting...
When I recd your favour of the 24. Oct, I Soberly expected a grave dissertation on the...
I thank you for yours of the twenty fifth of November. I was in hopes you would have explained to...
You make me very happy when you Say, that you agree with me upon the Subject of the...
Your favour of the 3d is received; I am willing to allow you Philosophers your opinion of the...
I thank you, my dear Sir for the promptitude of your Answer to my last Letter, and for inclosing...
I return you, the Letter of Edward Smith. Time may or may not unriddle this whimsical Mystery. It...
I received at an Exhibition of Musick in our polite Village of Mount Woollaston, on thursday,...
I have received your favour of the ninth of this Month, and conveyed to Dr Tufts your Letter to...
John Bunjan, if he had written my last Letter to you would have called it an history of Gods...
I want to write an Essay.—Whom Shall I choose for a Model?—Plutarch, old Montaigne, Lord Bacon,...
It is rare, that a Letter of yours remains so long upon my Table unacknowledged as has that of...
I have, long before the receipt of your favour of the 31 of October, supposed that either you...
I thank you for your printed lecture on the humanity Economy and other virtues, which require of...
What a pitty it is; and indeed what a Shame it is, that We have not a Word in our language to...
Your two last Letters have puzzled me. In one you tell me that your Citizens are clamorous...
I have your favour of the 5th. My dear Mrs Adams bids me present her friendly regards to you and...
I give you this Title for the present only. I Shall Scarcely allow you to be a political, moral,...
Handsome Bradford, of thy City, allarmed me, the other day at our Athenaeum in Boston, by telling...
Instead of preparing for Commencement, I am answering your delicious Letter of the 24th.—But...
I will not Stand upon Ceremonies, with you, and wait for the Return of a Visit, or an Answer to...
That Rosicrusian Sylph, that Fairy Queen Mab, or that other familiar Spirit whatever it is, that...
The three Classes of People in Boston, who direct our public Affairs are the Same as those you...