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Your capacity is as Smart and quick and ready, and retentive as any bodies. I Should not...
Accept of my warmest thanks for your kind letter by M. Gilman; the certainty that our old highly...
Your kind Letter by Major Swett Has afforded me the Highest pleasure—it Will Be Answered By a...
Your favours of 27. 28 and 30 August were all received together—They, as well as your preceding...
I will trÿ to answer your very kind favour of Sept. 3—as the chilly weather and a violent pain in...
Ego recepi tua epistolam a te scriptam Vigesimo tribus mensis Julii. ubi nuntius te a bombardâ...
I know not whether you have read Tristram Shandy, or The Sentimental Journey or the Sermons or...
I have recieved your Letter of the fourth July. I will write you what I have seen at Paris. I...
I have been obliged within the last year or two to be very much of a law student. The solitude of...
I was much pleased to receive your Letter of july 26th and to mark your improvement in your hand...
I take the liberty of enclosing to you two nos. of a little paper which I edit in this place....
You having honored me with your name to a letter of recommendation addresed to the President of...
Since I have got settled here in the Country, eight miles distant, from Hyde Park Corner, I can...
Captain John Endicott performed yesterday his promise of the Pears. He observed that they were...
You cannot imagine, how much pleasure, your Letter of July 24th gave me. Your Father and Mother...
We Have left School for a day because John was not quite well. we go to Ealing School kept by...
I have been waiting for the Specimen of such a kind of History, of our country, at the...
I do myself the honor to address you on a point of the treaty of Peace of 1783, become important...
I have received Letters from you all, and you know not how gratifying they have been to my heart....
knowing what a punctilious young gentleman you are, I would not let your old Captain Bronson Sail...
My last Letter to you I am ashamed to say was written on the 19th: of June—I have however since...
Your opportunities of obtaining correct information from St Petersburgh, were long superior to...
Grattan said of Burke lately, “that he had read more than all mankind, and that his command of...
To relief a while mÿ distressed mind I take up again your interesting favour of July 13—but do...
The simultaneous movements in our correspondence have been really remarkable on several...
The simultaneous movements in our correspondence have been really remarkable on several...
You may perhaps deem it evidence of my vanity, that I have ventured to submit the enclosed to...
I have recieved your letter of the 6 of May, 1815 I was very glad to hear that you were very...
My Son Major Samuel Swett, who has served in the American Army attached to Gen. Izards Staff as a...
Your favour of the 28th. ult—is duly recd I believe there is not a copy of the first Volume of...