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I had Yesterday the Pleasure of two Letters from you, by Dr. Church. We had been so long without...
I have taken a Sheet of Paper, only to wish you an happy new Year and many happy repetitions of...
No Letters from you Since last December. Write by the Way of England Holland, France Spain all...
I rec d this morning your kind Letter of the 7 th. and wonder you had not rec d a Letter. I wrote...
The Newspapers enclosed, will give you, all the Intelligence, of any Consequence. General...
M r Dalton, M r Jenkes and myself are at Penfields in good health and Spirits.— My Horses perform...
I send you, all the News. When I do not write I suffer more Pain than you do, when you dont...
I had Yesterday the Pleasure of yours of from Boston, and am happy to find that you have been...
I am very well yet:—write to me as often as you can, and send your Letters to the Office in...
I fear you will complain of me, for not writing so often as I ought. But I write as often as I...
Our Antifœderal Scribblers are so fond of Rotations that they Seem disposed to remove their...
I this day rec d your favours of the 8. and 12 th. but how this last could have leaped to this...
I am extreamly afflicted with the Relation your Father gave me, of the Return of your Disorder. I...
It is now determined what the President has to depend on after the 4 th March. The Committee...
By the same Token that the Bearer hereof satt up with you last night I hereby order you to give...
I suppose I must write every day, in order to keep or rather to restore good Humour, whether I...
Mr. A. and Coll. Whipple, are at length gone. Coll. Tudor went off with them. They went away,...
Dr. Church has given me a Lotion, which has helped my Eyes so much that I hope you will hear from...
Yours of Feb. 12. received this day. I have begged a Bundle of Newspapers, to inclose. They...
This I suppose will go by Mr. James Bowdoin who has just arrived here from London. He has been...
The states of Holland and West Friesland have resolved, 28 March to admit Mr. Adams to an...
A Letter from General Washington, was received last Night by the President, which I read. It is...
Mr. Eliot brought me yours of Septr. 21, this day. My Health is rather better than worse. The...
This Moment I had, what shall I say? the Pleasure or the pain of your Letter of 25 of Octr. As a...
I thank you for your kind Letter inclosing that from our Friend Hollis. The Influenza is here as...
I received yesterday two Letters from each of our Sons at the Hague, who were very well and in...
I would not loose the Opportunity of writing to you—tho I must be short. Tedious, indeed is our...
Having just heard of a Small Brig bound directly from Nantes to Boston, I write you, one Line....
The Post brought me two Letters from you, this Morning, one of the 7th. instant, and one before....
I had a tollerable Journey hither, but my Horse trotted too hard. I miss my own Mare—however I...
Accidents are often more Friendly to us, than our own Prudence.—I intended to have been at...
You are uneasy that I dont write enough. I understand you. You want me to unravel to you all the...
The Alteration of Post Days or some other Cause has disappointed me of a Letter from you this...
I have this morning rec d your kind Letters of 10 & 11 th. of May.— You mention Land bought by D...
I am sorry to find by your late Letter what indeed I expected to hear, that my Farm wants manure....
This Letter, I presume, will go by the brave and amiable General Washington. Our Army will have a...
This is the coldest day We have felt this Winter, and if it were not for the hope I have of a...
Congress has been sitting several Days and proceeding upon Business. I have been in Town above a...
We have had for a Fortnight or Three Weeks a Succession of Hot Weather, attended with an unusual...
I am favoured with an unexpected Opportunity, by Mr. Woodward the lame Man who once lived at Mr....
There is a dead calm in the political Atmosphere, which furnishes no Event worth relating. The...
I rec d yours of the 14 on Fryday: but had no Letter on Monday. According to present appearances,...
We arrived here last night in good Season. The Roads were not very bad, and the Weather, tho...
You will learn from the Newspapers before this reaches you, the situation of Things here. Mr....
You will see by the Newspapers, which I from time to time inclose, with what Rapidity, the...
A very idle, vain Conversation, at a Dinner, has produced you this Letter from a venerable old...
The Senate is to meet at Ten, this morning and I hope will finish: but it is still uncertain. I...
I must now most Seriously request you to come on to me as soon as conveniently you can. never did...
I inclose for your Amusement, a Publication, made here within a few days. Somebody has inserted...
Our good Friend General Lincoln gave me this morning your favour of the 7 th which compensated in...