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Hereto adjoined is a copy of a Circular, which we have addressed to each Member of both Houses of...
I was favored with your communication in due time, and have gratefully published it in this day’s...
I recd. your Letter of the 9th. by the Mail which arrived here on the 24 Instant on the Return of...
To you who like the greatest men of the Roman Republic, after having as them rendered the most...
In addressing this letter to you I rely not less on your liberal feelings, than on your ability,...
You may recollect that some time since, your Excellency, speaking of the fisheries in...
Though I had no personal views whatever in proposing the Resolve which I had the honor to...
Being deputed by a numerous body of our fellow citizens of Boston, we have to request that you...
It is not before now, that I can answer your favour of the 18 last—My daughter, who fully...
I had this day an opportunity to examine our Town Records. In May 1765 the representatives chosen...
I regret that my absence on a tour to the north of Italy, deprived me of the pleasure of seeing...
This will be presented to you by Mr. Binon the sculptor who waits on you, as proposed, to form a...
In behalf of a numerous body of Citizens of Boston, we request your consent, to set for a Bust ,...
In behalf of a numerous body of Citizens of Boston, we request your consent; to set for a Bust ,...
I noticed with great disappointment in the Letters you honored me with the 12 of last month, that...
If you will permit me to intrude upon the repose of your happy retirement I would beg leave to...
Considering you a patron of literature & science, & a well wisher to the general interest of...
At the Request of General Welles I write this Letter to introduce Mr. Binon the Artist we...
I take the liberty to request, that you wd. at your leisure favour me wh. the chronology of the...
Since my last short Conversation with you, I have read Mr. Wirt’s Biographical Romance, a...
Since I was gratified with your favour of march the 10, another of my intimate acquaintances—whom...
I am requested by the old Revolutionary Gentlemen of this vicinity, to ask the favour of your...
A Stranger to you, an Apology is justly due on my part for the Liberty I take in addressing this...
An old Scotch woman, in North-Shields, signing herself Ann Hewison, has sent me a manuscript...
Although only a few moments of day light are left me, I Shall take hold of these to indulge a...
Though satisfied you are always willing to give information; yet as an entire stranger I must beg...
I have executed and published an elegant copy of the Declaration of American Independence, being...
I was so unfortunate as not to recieve from mr Holly’s own hand your favor of Jan. 28. being then...
I yesterday had the pleasure to receive the Letter which you did me the Honor to address to me...
Did Mr. Otis write more than two political Pamphlets? One his spirited “Vindication of the House...
However untimely or improper may the thought an address of this kind, from an obscure, individual...
Will you allow me Sir, the honor of presenting, and afford me the gratification of perusing the...
I have received the Letter which you did me the honor to write to me under Date the 29 ult. I am...
It was the wish of my lamented Husband, that after his death, small tokens of his affection &...
I had the pleasure to publish your letters to Mr. Tudor, presenting subjects for national...
Words are poor, and wholly inadequate to express the grateful feelings of my heart for your...
Col. Danl. Putnam knowing how anxiously I feel for the honor of his Father’s memory, (& my...
I did myself the honor to address a note to you under date of the 16th. Inst requesting...
Words are poor, and wholly inadequate to express the grateful feelings of my heart for your...
Being about to send to the press a work entitled, “Travels through the United States in the years...
I ought sooner to have thank’d you for your last biographical Notices, but you had before left me...
The citizens of the Towns of Braintree and Weymouth intending to celebrate the anniversary of our...
Mrs Adams was kind enough to say to me, when I was last at your house, and when I was...
An indisposition which has considerably impeded my movements for a few weeks past, has prevented...
Absence from home has prevented me from receiveing your very interesting letter of the 24th of...
I take the liberty of sending you my Election Sermon; your silent approbation of which, if I felt...
It will I doubt not be in your recollection, that sometime in the month of October 1797. I waited...
I can no longer restrain an inclination which has for Some month urged me to write to you, and to...
As none of the Eminent Statesmen of the Country was more Early, or deeply impressed by the great...
I frankly confess I am a Stranger & have need to bespeak your indulgence for my freedom—But men...