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My Health has lasted much longer, than I expected but at last it fails. The Increasing Heat of...
I shall address this to you as Speaker, but you may be Councillor, or Governor, or Judge, or any...
I see by the Papers, our Assembly is called, and conclude it is now Sitting. The Letters we...
Mr. Archibald Buchannan, and Mr. Walter Tolley both of Maryland, and hearty Friends of America,...
Dr. Jackson, by whom this will go, is a Manager of the State Lottery, and is bound to the New...
I Shall inclose to a Lady of my Acquaintance all the News Papers which have been printed in this...
The Congress have this Day, made an establishment of an Hospital and appointed Dr. Church...
Your Favour of October 6. I rec d but Yesterday. I had before written very fully to Mr Jay, a...
There is a Part of your Letter of 22 of Feb. which I did not remark upon in a Letter I wrote this...
Dr. Brownson, a Delegate from Georgia, in Congress, and a worthy, Spirited, sensible Man A Native...
What think you of a North American Monarchy? Suppose We should appoint a Continental King, and a...
This Morning, a Vessell has arrived in this City with 6800 stand of excellent Arms and 1500 Gun...
I want to be with you, Tete a Tete, to canvass, and discuss the complicated subject of Trade. I...
The Bearer of this is John McPherson Esq. He is a Genius—an old Sea Warriour, Nine or ten Times...
I have the Pleasure of inclosing you, a Declaration. Some call it a Manifesto. And We might...
About Ten Days ago, I had the Boldness to make a Motion that a Navy Board Should be established...
Having an opportunity by So carefull an Hand as Captain Wentworth of Portsmouth, I have ventured...
I believe I shall surfeit you with Letters, which contain nothing, but Recommendations of...
I have but a moments Time to write and nothing of Importance to say. Mr. Randolph, our former...
Mr. Lynch, Coll. Harrison, and Dr. Franklyn are preparing for a Journey to Watertown and...
The Bearers of this are two young Gentlemen from Maryland, of one of the best and first Families...
Since the joyfull News of the Reduction of Boston by the Forces of the united Colonies, my Mind...
When it is Said that it is the Prerogative of omniscience to Search Hearts, I Suppose it is meant...
I am going tomorrow Morning on an Errand to Lord Howe not to beg a Pardon, I assure you, but to...
I was told in Boston that Mr. Avery and Mr. Wendell had been proposed for Judges of the Inferior...
I have written so fully to Congress and to particular Friends before, and have so little Time...
This Morning I received your kind Favours of the 11th. and 19th. Ultimo—with the Enclosures....
I thank You for the Papers and your Card of 22d July. The Letters inclosed I shall send along. My...
An unfortunate Vessell has arrived from France. The brave Fellow who commanded her, is blown to...
Governor Ward of Rhode Island has a son about five and twenty years old who has been so far...
Congress has been pleased to establish a War Office, and have done me the Honour to make me a...
I shall make you sick at the Sight of a Letter from me. I find by Edes’s Paper that Joseph Pearse...
For the Honour of the Massachusetts I have laboured in Conjunction with my Brethren to get you...
I would write often if I had any thing to communicate: But Obligations of Honour forbid some...
Our Association, against Importations and Exportations, from and to Gr. Britain, Ireland andthe...
Mr. Jonathan Mifflin, a young Gentleman of this City, a Relation of our Friend the Quarter Master...
Major Mifflin goes in the Character of Aid de Camp to General Washington. I wish You to be...
I have but a few Moments to write, and these it is my Duty to improve, and faithfully to tell...
There are two ingenious Artificers, here, who have made a beautifull Field Piece of Bar Iron. The...
I have Time only to tell you that I am yet alive, and in better Spirits than Health. The News,...
Can The Inhabitants of North America live without foreign Trade? There is Beef and Pork, and...
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....
What Think you of an American Fleet? I dont mean 100 ships of the Line, by a Fleet, but I Suppose...
Your Letter of the 13th. of June last, is not answered—not recieved ’till my Arrival here. You...
We must bend our Attention to Salt Petre. We must make it. While B. is Mistress of the Sea, and...
It is in vain for me to think of telling you News, because you have direct Intelligence from...
I write at this Time, only to remind you that I have received no Letters. Let me intreat the...
I am vastly obliged to you for your Letter. It was like cold Water to a thirsty Soul. We Suffer,...
I have only Time to acquaint you that Yesterday, that eminent American, and most worthy Man The...