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ALS : American Philosophical Society I received yours of Sept. [ blank ] and Nov. 4. It gave me great Pleasure to hear of your safe Arrival and Entring on Business with such Appearance of Success. I wish you every kind of Prosperity. Agreable to your Request after making a rough Sketch of the Account which I now send to your Father, I paid the Ballance appearing in my Hands £83 3 s. 9½ d. to...
LS : American Philosophical Society; ALS (letterbook draft): Library of Congress I rejoiced to learn by yours of Dec. 26, that your Business went on so prosperously, and that you keep Touch so well with my good Neighbour Mr. Warren. I think that by persisting steadily in your Plan, you will find the Profits encrease yearly, and become at length very considerable. And all along you will have...
ALS (letterbook draft; fragment): American Philosophical Society [ Beginning lost : sub]scribers they are now sold at a Guinea and half, and not under. You will take such an Advance on them as you can get in reason, and pay the Money to your Aunt Mecom. My Love to her. Several Ships are arrived from Boston, without bringing me a Line from any Correspondent there. Stick to the Ready Money Only...
ALS : First Federal Savings & Loan Association, Boston (1958) Inclos’d is the Receipt for the Organ which I wish safe to hand, and that it may please. My Love to the Family, and to my Sister. I shall write fully to you per some Boston Ship when I have a little time. I am ever, Your affectionate Friend See Jonathan’s request in his letter above, June 28. He acknowledged receipt of the organ on...