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The Doctor may have the Steers if he wishes to have them. The People of the United States are...
I dined on Monday at the Presidents with young La Fayette and his Preceptor, Tutor or Friend,...
The H. of R. have not yet determined— The Question is to be calld up on Monday— But the...
The Newspapers will inform you of our interminable Delays. The House have asked for Papers and...
On Monday I rec d your favour of the 20 th Nothing will damp the Rage for Speculation but a Peace...
on Wednesday I dined with M r Russell the Friend of D r Priestley and while We were at Table, in...
We have a Turn of Weather as cold as any We have had through the whole Winter. The Violence of...
Your delicious Letter of the 5 th. came to my hand Yesterday. Your beautiful and pathetic...
I dined Yesterday with M r Burr, who lives here in Style. A Number of Members of the House The...
Why! this is very clever— Every Monday and every Thursday brings me regularly a Letter, which...
I rec d on Monday your two favours of 28. Feb. I am very glad you employed Pratt to cutt the...
I have made the necessary Inquiry concerning Seeds And have found the Price so extravagant that I...
I Yesterday rec d the Letter inclosed from my Son and in the Evening the President told me he had...
I rec d this morning your favour of Feb. 22.—the more agreable as it was not very confidently...
Yesterday the President sent his Carriage for me to go with the Family to the Theatre. The Rage...
I dined Yesterday with M r Madison. M rs Madison is a fine Woman and her two sisters are equally...
This Morning I have your favour of the 3 d which raised my Spirits again after the mortification...
I have only time to inform you that Monday and Thursday have passed away without bringing me a...
The inclosed Slip from Benjamins Paper of this Morning will Shew you that the Electioneering...
It is monday, the Time to expect the Eastern mail other Men have Letters— I have none— humiliated...
You Say you have no desire to be the first, and I cannot say that it is desirable: but according...
I rec d yesterday yours of 21. and 25 Jan. The Senate and House of Massachusetts without any...
I have a secret to Communicate to Your Prudence. The Defence by Camillus was written in Concert...
Yesterday which was Post Day from the Eastward I was disappointed again of a Letter and went...
Yesterday I came to Senate as usual on a monday morning pleasing my Imagination and my heart with...
I have nothing to write you at this moment but Scandal, and that about one of our Connections and...
This is one of my red Letter Days. It is the Anniversary of the Signature of the Declaration of...
We have floods of rain but no frost nor Snow and very little news. The Democrats continue to pelt...
Inclosed is another Production of Porcupine, whose quils will Stick. The President appears great...
There is a dead calm in the political Atmosphere, which furnishes no Event worth relating. The...
The Weather here is as fine as it was the last Year. The Festival season of Christmas and the new...
I have just rec d from the P. Office your Letter of the 20 th. by Brisler who went to carry one...
I wrote you this morning inclosing a Post note for 600 and went to Senate with full Expectation...
My old Acquaintance M r Walton, who Served in Congress, with me in 1776 and 1777 is returned a...
I went to Senate this morning with Expectations highly raised of receiving my first Letter from...
The Newspapers will inform you before this Letter reaches you that the Ratifications of the...
We have been favoured with fine Weather and tolerable Roads in such a manner that We reached...
The Senate is to meet at Ten, this morning and I hope will finish: but it is still uncertain. I...
Some Senators are confident We shall rise tomorrow or next day. if so, I shall be with you on...
The Sun is so bright and augurs Such heat that I am doubtful whether I shall go out to Landsdowne...
I received yesterday two Letters from each of our Sons at the Hague, who were very well and in...
Last Night the Consul General De la Tombe made me a Visit with your kind Letter of the 18 th. He...
M r Adet was presented to The President on Tuesday and accompanied by The Secretary of State made...
It is painfull to feel an Impulse to write when there is nothing to Say. I write merely to let...
If I could take a Walk or a Ride to N. Y. in the Evening and come here again in the Morning how...
I have rec d yours of the 10 th and a Cordial it was, for I began to be fearful for your health....
The Senate are now in Possession of the Budget.— It is a Bone to gnaw for The Aristocrats as well...
Through the finest Fields of Wheat Rye, Barley Oats and Clover, but very indifferent Roads We...
This is the coldest day We have felt this Winter, and if it were not for the hope I have of a...
I was not disappointed Yesterday, for the Post brought me your Letter of January. and I was...