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Since the original of my last letter was written, I have received no letters from America, but...
About 9. O’Clock this Morning we spoke a fishing Schooner from the Grand Bank, belonging and...
It is probable that the opportunity by which I now write you, will be the last that I shall have...
By turning to my files I perceive, that the last Letter I have received from you, is dated the...
It was a fortunate circumstance for us, that Mr. Jones had so prosperous and so expeditious a...
On the principle of returning a separate answer or reply to every letter that I receive from you,...
You will recollect that some time in the year 1799—or 1800, while I was at Berlin, a Mr: Charles...
At length after an interval of five months and seven days, since that when your last preceding...
By the arrival of Messrs: Gallatin and Bayard, I have had the pleasure of receiving your favour...
My last letter to you was of 14. November since which I have not had a line from you, nor indeed...
Mr. W. Story, arrived at Gothenburg on the 28th: of last Month, and forwarded to me from that...
Since I wrote you last, I have had no letter from you, or indeed from any person in the United...
At length, after eighty days of tedious and dangerous navigation, we are all safely landed at the...
My last Letter brought our good Ship Horace to anchor safe in the Road of Elseneur—on the 28th:...
The only notice of existence directly from yourself that I have received since your letter of 2....
You observe in your letter of 24 September last, that my Son George was losing much of his french...
I avail myself of the opportunity by Mr: Gallatin and Mr Bayard, who have concluded upon their...
The enclosed promissary Note for two hundred dollars is signed by Mr. Jesse Nichols of Providence...
With the copy of my last Letter, which was entrusted by me to Mr Dallas, I now transmit also one...
No more scolding about your accounts—No more petty complaints about trifles instead of hearty...
The messages from the Governor of the island of Bornholm, which I mentioned in my last were sent...
More than four months have again passed away, since I have received a line from you, and nearly...
I have now barely time to enclose you a Press-Copy of my last Letter; the original of which I...
I am informed that a vessel belong to Mr: W. R. Gray, called the Washington, which sailed from...
The Austrian Minister, Count H. Julian, some time since, jokingly asked me if I had received any...
The cypher consists of two parts—a Lock and a Key. The Lock is a sheet of paper, with four...
After an interval of a few days less than Nine Months, I had the day before yesterday the...
Four days after I closed my last Letter to you, which was sent by the Iris, Captain Woodberry, I...
There have been within the last Month a large number of arrivals at Cronstadt from the United...
The duplicate of your Account for the year 1811. has at length reached me; but without comment or...