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Your favours of September 29 and Oct. 21. are before me. I avoided saying any Thing about...
My Pappa enjoins it upon me to keep a journal, or a diary, of the Events that happen to me, and...
On the 10th. of this Month I had the pleasure of recieving Letters from Hingham dated in...
I am so sensible of the Difficulty of conveying Letters safe, to you, that I am afraid to write,...
This days Post brought me yours of 17th. inst. and Miss Nabbys obliging Favour of the 16. This...
This Letter will be conveyed to you by Sir James Jay and Mr. Digges. Sir James is a Brother of...
Yesterday, I received two Letters from you from the 7th. to the 14. of April. I believe I have...
Your Favour of June 17. arrived this Day and gave me, all the tender and melancholly Feelings of...
Yours of April 21. came to Hand yesterday. I send you regularly every Newspaper, and write as...
The irresistable Hospitality of Dr. Sprague and his Lady has prevailed upon me, and my worthy...
All well.—You will send these Papers to some Printer when you have done with them. We have found...
I left Paris on the Eighth of March, expecting to find the Alliance, at Nantes and embark...
Your kind Favour of July 23, came by the Post, this Morning. It revives me, to hear of your...
Yours without a Date, but written, as I suppose about the Twelfth of August came by the Post this...
Your kind Letters of Oct. 25. and November 13 came to hand but to day. A Packet from you is...
I have concluded to run the Risque of sending Turner Home. It will save me the Expence of his...
I have already sent to the Marquis de la Fayette, a Number of Letters for you, and the Children,...
I have been honoured with your favor of the 5th. February last. It would give me infinite...
The Post now comes regularly, once a Week, and brings me the Boston News Papers, but no Letters...
Mr. Adams for a long time has been engaged by the Kennebeck Company in a cause in which Colo....
The french Consul had agreed to carry me, Mr. Dana, Mr. Allen, and my three Children and our...
I am determined not to commit a fault which escaped me, the last Time I sat out for the...
Shold Estem a fever to Ordr Som of your frends to pay me for your Son Charls Pasheg from bilbao...
I received by the Return of the last Post from Philadelphia a Letter from my Friend Mr. Adams...
It is A Long time since I had the Happiness of hearing from my Braintree Friends. Dos my dear...
I have inclos’d two hundred & thirty six Dollars. The amount of the bills was £100. 16. The Cask...
I have no Time, nor Accommodations to write of late—besides I seldom know what to write, and when...
My very deserving Friend, Mr. Gerry, setts off, tomorrow, for Boston, worn out of Health, by the...
This has been a dull day to me: I waited the Arrival of the Post with much Solicitude and...
In answer to some Questions contained in your Letter of Sepr. 26 you may know that Mr. Laurens...
I write you, Madam, agreable to the request of Mr. Adams, having put up for you the sundry...
We shall have all the Sages and Heroes of France here before long. Mr. Du Coudray is here, who is...
I had the pleasure of addressing You on the 17th of April last, since which Congress have...
I now Sit down to Write a few Lines To inform you That I am now at a good School which I like...
It is now generally believed here that G. Washington has killed and taken at least two Thousands...
I am taking an Opportunity by every Vessell that is going to inform you, that I am coming home as...
Your kind Favour of July 30. and 31. was handed me, just now from the Post office. I have...
Mr. Benjamin Smith of S. Carolina, was kind enough to send forward from New York, your Favour of...
I need not tell you I was much disappointed in not having the pleasure of your Company yesterday...
I have ordered the Things you desired for yourself and Mr. Tufts by Captain Edward Davis in the...
Agreable to the Request contained in your Letter of the 4th, I have the Pleasure of transmitting...
I have received your very agreable Favours of June 22d. and 25th. They contain more particulars...
Supposing Col. Laurens to have arrived at Rh. Island, I was greatly chagrined when he told me he...
I have this Afternoon received your Favour of June 12th. and at the same Time a Gazette from...
“A Plott! a Plott! an horrid Plott, Mr. A.” says my Barber, this Morning.—“It must be a Plott 1....
Last Saturday, I left Paris, and on Tuesday arrived, at the Hague. To Day I am come to this Town....
Here I am again. Arrived last Thursday, in good Health, altho I had a cold Journey. The Weather,...
Yours I reseved this morning and I asner you madam that twenty five Guines is the Costomry Pasage...
Last night We all arrived in this Place from Ferrol. The Distance is about twenty miles by Land...
I wish you an happy new Year, and many happy Years—and all the Blessings of Life. Who knows but...