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Your kind letter of Nov, might have been sooner acknowledged, if I had been younger, my eyes...
My letter to you of 22 Decr was unacknowledged till 24 March. Yours to me of 24 March, is not to...
I duly received your letter of 22 Ult. as the merchants express it, so frugally, To be sure,...
Your letter of the 4th has given me much pleasure. I rejoice that you have been admitted a...
Your ideas are accurate. The conduct of the faction now styling themselves Federalists, has in...
Though the Thirteenth year of the nineteenth century has made its Debutt, yet as the sun has not...
I congratulate you on the elections but hesitate on the causes you assign: I know not what is...
I have received your letter of January and read it over and over again with pleasure, because I...
Your letter of the 6th is before me. to save me the time for writing & your that of reading long...
I have received and read your letter of February 28th with pleasure. There is not a necessary and...
You grieve me when you tell me that “your city is thronged with officers of the army.” Infandum,...
As I am not able to be punctual as Smith , in the payment of my debts; I fear I owe you a Letter,...
My feelings have been aroused, coup sur coup by public and private Events beyond any previous...
I thank you for your favour of the 10th & 12th. I can only say that I wish you a pleasant voyage,...
I thank you for your sensible and feeling letter of the 7th of February. If you and I should take...
I thank you for your favor of 26 June. Your Phylanthropic sentiments are very agreeable to me:...
I have a great Mind, to rattle with you in your own Way, in your Letter of July 18th— Do you know...
Thanks for your favour of Novbr. 13th. Of Lord Holland, I know nothing. I pity the people, I pity...