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The Dye is cast: The People have passed the River and cutt away the Bridge: last Night Three...
Yesterday, the Governor called a Council at Cambridge. Eight Members met at Brattles. This no...
It is a great Mortification to me, to be obliged to deny my self the Pleasure of a Visit to my...
I am very sorry, I had not the Pleasure of seeing you, after your Return from Salem: as I wanted...
Among many other agreable Things, which occurr’d to me on my Return from my eastern Circuit, I...
There never was I believe, a greater Contrast, than I perceive, between the Noise and Hurry of...
I have this Moment recd a Line from Mrs. Warren and will in close her Letter to Mrs. Maccaulay,...
I have had the Pleasure and the Honour of Several Letters from you, and one from an incomparable...
I am vastly obliged to you for your Letter. It was like cold Water to a thirsty Soul. We Suffer,...
The Bearers of this are two young Gentlemen from Maryland, of one of the best and first Families...
We have been puzzled to discover, what we ought to do, with the Canadians and Indians. Several...
I have written a few Lines to Dr Warren to whom I refer you. It is of vast Importance that the...
This Letter will go by the sage, brave, and amiable General Washington, to whom I have taken the...
Major Mifflin goes in the Character of Aid de Camp to General Washington. I wish You to be...
I am extreamly obliged to you for your Favour of the 20th. of June. The last Fall, I had a great...
Every Line I receive from you, gives me great Pleasure, and is of vast Use to me in the public...
I have this Moment Sealed a Letter to you which is to go by my hospitable, honest, benevolent...
I have just Time to inclose You, a Declaration and an Address. How you will like them I know not....
I have the Pleasure of inclosing you, a Declaration. Some call it a Manifesto. And We might...
I have many Things to write you, which thro Haste and Confusion, I fear, I Shall forget. Upon the...
In Confidence,—I am determined to write freely to you this Time. —A certain great Fortune and...
I can never Sufficiently regret, that this Congress have acted So much out of Character, as to...
I shall make you sick at the Sight of a Letter from me. I find by Edes’s Paper that Joseph Pearse...
The Congress have this Day, made an establishment of an Hospital and appointed Dr. Church...
For the Honour of the Massachusetts I have laboured in Conjunction with my Brethren to get you...
I have nothing in particular to write. Our most gracious K—— has given a fresh Proof of his...
I have but a moments Time to write and nothing of Importance to say. Mr. Randolph, our former...
This Afternoon, and not before I received a Line from the excellent Marcia, which is the first...
I write at this Time, only to remind you that I have received no Letters. Let me intreat the...
Mr. Lynch, Coll. Harrison, and Dr. Franklyn are preparing for a Journey to Watertown and...