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Your Letter of Yesterdays Date has given me much Pleasure. I recognize in it, my own son. Your...
This morning I received your favour of the 13 th. and wonder not that your honest heart is...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of your favours dated Feb y 16. which M r: Wilcox sent me from...
A fat Sleekheaded young Gentleman was here last Week or the Week before who told me he knew you,...
As the genuine Equality of human Nature is the true Principle of all our Rights and Duties to one...
I was So happy in the News of the agreable Circumstances of your Sister and her Infant, and of...
So great a Part of my Life has been and Still continues to be Spent in travelling that I seldom...
I have already written you respecting the private business upon which I was commissioned by your...
A Letter from M r Jay of the 24. of November informs me, that he had rec d two Letters from your...
Your favour of January 6 th: was received by our brother Thomas at the Hague, and by him...
Your favour of 19 th: September was transmitted to me by our brother from the Hague about a...
This morning I rec d your agreable Letter of the 30. Ult.—I wish you would explain to me what you...
I condole with you, under the mournful News of the Barons Palsy. I have long wondered that a...
I have received your letter of September 7 th: with the account current, which as you observe,...
I thank you for your, agreable Letter of the 29. Ult. Your Brother is destined to be celebrated...
Our amiable Professor, in the 5 th Page, informs us that “The free Commonwealth of the United...
I received at this place by your letter of September 3 d: the pleasing intelligence of your...
I received Your kind congratulatory Letter upon the new year. accept My thank for the filial...
Although I am much obliged to you for your kind Letter of the Second, and the News and...
I have yours of the 22 d. M r Van Persyn I shall be glad to see whenever it Suits his convenience...
I received some time since from M r: Rogers in London your bill upon me for £225 sterling, with a...
As I wish to turn your Attention to those Political Questions which involve Points of the Law of...
The inclosed Tryals of Muir, Margorot and Gerald, will afford you Entertainment and Information....
I have not answered your favour of 31. of Jan. nor that which announced the Arrival of your...
If C. as you Say in yours of the 29 th. must provide for his Family, I Suppose it will be easy...
Upon my leaving America, your Father gave me an order upon Mess rs W. & J Willink for five...
Although you have not informed me, of the Result of your Examination at Albany, I shall venture...