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If I may judge of others by myself, Mr Hay had no cause of Apprehension that he Should be...
A thousand thanks for your favour of 25 and 31. Ult. The Times are too serious to write. I expect...
I have nothing to Say at present to that enchanting Lady who So easily drew my Correspondent from...
You have most unexpectedly procured for me a very high gratification, by making me acquainted...
My most reverend Dearling presents her compliments. She highly applauds and greatly admires a...
Hendrick William Gordon Esquire I understand has been recommended to be Collector of direct taxes...
I know not, whether Perry’s Victory is not the greatest Action in naval History. His Age, the...
If G. B. did not mean to acceed to the Russian mediation G. B. has acted the part of a Jocky, or...
You must live to be 77 years and 9 months old, before you can know how much I am obliged to you...
Thanks for your favour of the 2d. The “Portion of time that you can command every day” affords me...
“When I had an army to create, I would have called for the list of Revolutionary officers and...
Your favour of June 29th has given me feelings, like those I always enjoyed when writing to your...
Your kind Letter of the 6th has interested me more than any one I have received Since my last...
In what terms can I address you? There are none that can express my Sympathy with you and your...
I have received your kind Letter of the 18th of this month with your Oration on the 4th. Your...
Though your Letters give me great Pleasure, I Should regret the Receipt even of your favour of...
I have read, my dear Sir, with great pleasure your elegant Eulogium, in your favour of the 27th...
In the middle of a Letter to Petersbourg this Morning Mrs Adams came in and invited me to take a...