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The enclosed letter from Mr. Bache, the post-master at Philadelphia, ought, I think, to be...
Inclosed is a letter, and an account from Mr. Gales for the National Intelligencer— I am very...
I thank you for the promptitude with which you paid my debt to Mr Gales & Seaton—and discontinued...
I thank you for the promptitude with which you paid my debt to Mrss Gales & Seaton—and...
I have enclosed to the President a letter from Dr Waterhouse. I wish you would ask to see it....
Our dear Shaw, who ransacks his Atheneum and the litterary World to afford me Amusements and...
The Citizens of Princeton, having been informed of your intended visit to that place, embrace...
If a Sense of duty did not compell me to address You with these few lines, I could not deem it...
By the frendship, with which I was gratified and honoured by your Beloved Parents’—during the...
The voice of the Nation call’s you home. the Government call you home—and your parents unite in...
A new Administration has commenced, Mr Monro’s inaugural Oration you will See in the Newspapers....
I write you a few lines in addition to what I have already written, and inclose you the Copy of a...
I will teise you no more, at present, with Metaphysicks or Books. I expect with Something very...
Lieutenant John Percival of the Navy of The United States is about to embark for London, and from...
Your Letters are always Common property with the Family to hear from you, and know that you are...
I will write to you again, and untill I learn from you, that you have taken your passage home.—I...
Yesterday was one of the most uniformly happy days of my whole long life. The Morning brought Us...
Through the kind of attention of mr Crafts we learnt yesterday morning of the arrival of the...
I may now congratulate you on your Arrival at the Seat of our national Government: yourself your...
Mr Jefferson has been good enough to Send me the enclosed Pamphlet An history of the restoration...
The president has thought it Safe for the Students to assemble at Cambridge upon fryday last, and...
I have not acknowledged your 5. & 7 Octr. We have had another delightful Family Scene. Madam De...
I must, as long as octogenarian infirmities will permit, Send you a line to prove to you my...
Captain James Riley politely Sent me his travels in a handsome volume which I read with interest,...
The disapointment of the Anglomaniacs and the Antigallicans, who are the same persons, on one...
The Father of Mr George G. Barrel, Still living at 85 his Uncle Joseph and one or two more were...
Nature did not make me of a jealous disposition; but a dismal experience has made me Suspicious...
I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of a set of documents, and the second Volume of...
As you accused me last Evening, or rather Night with preventing the Ladies from writing to you; I...
Your favour of the 21 has excited my Sympathies, visible and irascible. I never had the Shadow of...