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The more I reflect upon the late Revolution in the British Ministry the more I am Struck, with...
I have the Honour of yours of 12. Your accounts from Paris coincide with mine, and make me happy....
Yours of the 6 and 12 of April are before me. The last received to day. I thank you, sir, for so...
Your Favour of 24 is received. I wish that Madrid would put an End to Husseys and Cumberlands...
Your excellent Letter of the nineteenth I have recieved. Your feelings I find are in Unison with...
Yours of the 15 reached me, Yesterday. I am waiting here in anxious Expectation of the new...
I have this Moment your Letter from Brussells of the 19th of this Month, and I thank You for your...
I have recieved with great pleasure yours of the 5th. I have certainly seen those extremes of...
I have received yours of the 22. Will you be so kind as to give me the Address of your Nephew,...
I have received yours of 22, with the Letter, which I return, unable to comprehend the meaning of...
I am ashamed to acknowledge that yours of 2 and 7th. are yet unanswered. I never read Linguet,...
I have recd your favours of the 14 and of the 26. I thank you for the Extract, and hope you will...
I have just received your Favour of the 18th., and thank you for the good News. I dont believe...
There is a fatal spell set upon, all Intelligence between This Country and Ours. Two Vessells...
I have received your Favour of June 3 d. —  The Gentleman intended in it, has never once Since...
I have received your Favour of the 1st. of this Year, and thank you for your kind...
Yesterday your favour of 25 of April came to Hand, but my dear sir you flatter me too much when...
2. Samuel Chapt. 16. Verses 17. and 18. And Absalom Said to Hushai Is this thy Kindness to thy...
Thank you for yours of 24. The Pamphlet, was printed by Almon, at the Desire of a Mr. Hollis who...
Your favour of the 24 was brought to me last night. It is true that I am not quite recovered of...
I thank you for the Translation, which came to hand yesterday. I do myself the Honour to inclose...
I have recd your Favour with the Slip from the Gen Adr I dread the Sight of the Thing it was so...
I have just received yours of 15th. Mr. Gridleys News, was I suppose only The Fruit of the Tree...
The inclosed Copies will shew you, the State of Matters. Besides these I have a Letter of...
After Settling a Point or two here, I now think myself at Liberty to inform you, that I have...
I have the Honour of yours of the 28. We have no Letters or Papers from London later than the 19...
Be so good as to accept of my Thanks for your favour of the 11. and its Enclosures. I am not very...
Yours of the Second of this Month, was brought to me, but this Moment, and I am happy to find...
There is a little Pamphlet, which was written by me in the Year 1765, and published at Boston,...
I received to day, yours of the 22d. That by Mr. Brush I answered as soon as received. You cannot...
It is often Said in this Country, “We have nothing to gain by this War.” But who is to gain? If...
Mr. Adams, Mr. Dana, and Mr. Thaxter, who are arrived, at Paris, came from Boston, in the French...