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I did myself the honor on the 19th. inst to enclose you the address of the Grand Jury for the County of Plymouth And I now forward one, agreably to the intimation then given, from a respectable number of the Inhabitants of this Town. There were seven counterparts circulated in the Town, which are now in my hands, and have been signed by 147. being 40 more than the whole number present at our...
I do myself the honor of transmitting to you, on the request of the Grand Jury attending the Supr: Judl: Court, now sitting in this place, their address to you, signed by all the Members of it, one only excepted. It is wished that your answer & the Address might be sent under cover to me thrõ the Post-Office, if a private conveyance shou’d not offer, and that I shou’d to take care to procure...
I do myself the honor of transmiting you the enclosed Address from the Grand Jury of the County of Bristol. If you will send that together with your answer and or cover to me, I will take care they shall be published together; which was the request of the Grand Jury to me, and forward the answer under your hand to the Foreman. I am Sir with the greatest respect / your much obliged friend &...
Agreably to the request of the Grand Jury of this County, I do myself the honor to present to you their address. Next Monday it will be determined by the choice of a Representative in Congress from this District, in some good degree, whether “The inexpressible advantages derived from a free elective Republic are duly appreciated by the people of the County of Middlesex”. I say in some good...
I did myself the honor to write you a few posts back, enclosing, & supporting a letter of recommendation from Genl: Knox to the Secretary of War, of Mr. Barrons a Tutor of Harvard University as a suitable person for a captain in the train of Artillery. On that hand I have now nothing to add. But I then intimated to you that I might probably, at a future day, request an appointment for my...
On my return home from Newport last Saturday, I found your Card of the 18th: had been left for me on the Tuesday following, lest you might possibly suppose me negligent in point of civility, in not returning an answer as requested, I beg leave to inform you that I left Cambridge the Monday preceeding the date of your card, for Newport, to bring Mrs: Dana from thence, who had gone on a visit to...