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“Vanity of Vanities, all is Vanity!” The French have a distinction, between Eulogy and Apology. I...
Though the publication of my juvenile Letters to your Father, especially in a Nantucket Gazette...
A new Administration has commenced, Mr Monro’s inaugural Oration you will See in the Newspapers....
I am obliged to you for your favour of the 5th. the eleven volumes of your Register, shall be...
The information you gave me in your favour of the fifth of this month; for which I kindly thank...
Have you read certain Strictures upon Painters and Paintings in the Newspapers? What do you think...
I thank you for your favour of the 3d. and congratulate you on your success; which I hope and...
Can you prescribe rules for painting, a perception? A reminiscens,? a judgment? a ratiocination?...
I will teise you no more, at present, with Metaphysicks or Books. I expect with Something very...
I now hope to see you, after 8 years Absence. I cannot write you a formal Letter. You have a kind...
I have been pleased with your Journal. I envy, or rather I wish, I could have Shared with you,...
Nothing from your Family gives me more pleasure than to hear as I do, that you are a diligent...
The great question was “Whether Writs of Assistants, were legal, or illegal; constitutional or...
Is your daughter, Mrs Stewart, who I am credibly informed is one of the most accomplished Ladies,...
Like other Sinners about to commit an indiscretion I study excuses to quiet my own conscience. My...
Give me leave to introduce to you, Mr Theodore Lyman junior, a young Gentleman of Education and...
Mr Paudlin, transmitted your kind introductory Letter to me from New York, and I presume went to...
Lieutenant John Percival of the Navy of The United States is about to embark for London, and from...
I am greatly obliged to you for your kind letter of the 10th. of Feb’y, & you cannot be more...
I have received your obliging favour of the 8th. but cannot consent to your resolution to ask no...
My loving and beloved Friend, Pickering, has been pleased to inform the World that I have “few...
My loving and beloved Friend, Pickering , has been pleased to inform the World that I have “few...
As I can make no Apology for so long forgetting to return the volumes inclosed, I must, without...
As I can make no Apology for so long forgetting to return the Volumes inclosed, I must, without...
I thank you for your kind Letter which is received; and for the delicious present which is...
Mr Theodore Lyman Junr. a Gentleman of a Studious, inquisitive and irreproachable Character, is...
I have received your luminous letter of 15th Feby. for which I thank you: but cannot enlarge upon...
I have received eleven Volumes of your Register, well bound and in good order, for which I have...
You have been kind enough to send me five Numbers of your Allegany Magazine, for which I can only...
You would be pleased to See the pretty Figure your Peach Trees and Cherry Trees make in my...
The Volume of Dr Franklins Correspondence has Seemed to make me live over again my Life at Passy...
A Reminiscence, as the French phrase it, of Civilities received from you and your Brothers,...
I have received “the history of the late war in the western country by Mr Robert B McAffe” and...
Mr William Smith Shaw has lent me the fourth Volume of his political pamphlets, the first tract...
Lyman was mortified that he could not visit Monticello. He is gone to Europe a Second time. I...
I pretend not to preserve any order, in my Letters to you. I give you hints, as they accidently...
Lyman was mortified that he could not visit Monticello . He is gone to Europe a Second time. I...
I thank you for your favour of the 19th and the return of the Pamphlet with a Copy. You revive me...
Mr Leslie Combs of Kentucky has Sent me “a History of the late War, in the Western Country, by Mr...
M r Leslie Combs of Kentucky has Sent me a “History of the late War, in the Western Country, by M...
I have this moment received your favour of yesterday. In some future Letter I must write you an...
I have received my Pamphlet and your Register, with your Letter of the 20th. “Inclosed are four...
That Mr Hutchinson repented, as sincerely as Mr Hamilton did, I doubt not. I hope the Repentance...
Your pathetic Letter of the 2d. has filled my heart with Sympathy and Grief. Your Son, by all...
You “never profoundly admired Mr. H.” I have suggested some hints in his favour. You “never...
When I have heard you Say, and you have repeatedly Said it to me, that “you were determined to...
Accept my thanks for your favour of last month. The safe Arrival of your books has quieted my...
Accept my thanks for your favour of last month. The safe Arrival of your books has quieted my...
I return the letter of JQ, which you lent me. You know his is a painter. And which of Hogarths is...
From the tenderness of Friendship and the Weakness of Compassion and humanity, I have promised...