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I am at last after a great deal of Difficulty, settled in comfortable Quarters, but at an...
I think, in some Letter I sent you, since I left Bethlehem, I promised you a more particular...
This Day has been observed in this Place, with exemplary Decency and Solemnity, in Consequence of...
Last Evening We arrived safe in this Town after the longest Journey, and through the worst Roads...
We have at last crossed the Delaware, and are agreably lodged in Easton, a little Town, situated...
This Morning We crossed the North River at Poughkeepsie, on the Ice, after having ridden many...
There is too much Ice in Hudsons River to cross it in Ferry Boats and too little to cross it,...
After a March like that of Hannibal over the Alps We arrived last Night at this Place, Where We...
It is now generally believed here that G. Washington has killed and taken at least two Thousands...
The Riding has been so hard and rough, and the Weather so cold that We have not been able to push...
The irresistable Hospitality of Dr. Sprague and his Lady has prevailed upon me, and my worthy...
It is A Long time since I had the Happiness of hearing from my Braintree Friends. Dos my dear...
Nothing but the Greatest affection for my dear Mrs. Adams Would Induce me to Break over the...
I suppose your Ladyship has been in the Twitters, for some Time past, because you have not...
I ought to acknowledge with Gratitude, your constant Kindness in Writing to me, by every Post....
I have been here, untill I am stupified. If I set down to write even to you, I am at a Loss what...
Mr. Eliot brought me yours of Septr. 21, this day. My Health is rather better than worse. The...
I send you, all the News. When I do not write I suffer more Pain than you do, when you dont...
I am seated, in a large Library Room, with Eight Gentlemen round about me, all engaged in...
Mr. Samuel Adams sends his affectionate Regards to Mrs. Adams (in which his own Mrs. Adams...
I have only Time to say, by Mr. Taylor, that I am not worse than I have been—that however, I...
We have at last agreed upon a Plan, for forming a regular Army. We have offered 20 dollars, and...
Yours of Septr. 9. I have received. Septr. 5. I sent you another Cannister by Mr. Hare. I have...
I was extreemly sorry I could not pay that attention to your son Johnny, as I should wish to have...
The Postmaster at N. York, in a Panick, about a fortnight ago fled to Dobbs’s Ferry, about 30...
Yesterday Morning I returned with Dr. F. and Mr. R. from Staten Island where We met L ord H owe...
This day, I think, has been the most remarkable of all. Sullivan came here from Lord Howe, five...
Mr. Bass arrived this Day, with the joyfull News, that you were all well. By this Opportunity, I...
Mr. G erry arrived Yesterday, and brought me yours of August 17. and soon afterwards the Post...
Is my Dear Mrs. Adams too Much Engagd with Company, is her Family sick, or is she inattentive to...