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This is the Anniversary of a memorable day, in the History of America: a day when the Principle...
By an express last night from Cape May, We learn that the Fleet went out of the Bay, the Morning...
We have not yet the least Intimation of Howes Design. He is wasting away the Time. Let him aim at...
I have this Morning been out of Town to accompany our Generals Washington, Lee, and Schuyler, a...
Yesterday only I rec d yours of March 1.— am surprized you should have rec d none from me from...
I have sent you, one yard of fine Cambrick, at 14 Livres an Ell, two of a coarser sort at 6...
No Letter from you, yet. I believe I shall Set off Tomorrow or next day, for the Hague, and Shall...
We wait and wait and wait forever, without any News from America. We get nothing but what comes...
This Week has produced an happy Reconciliation between the two Parties in this City and...
I cannot omit the Opportunity of writing you, a Line, by this Post. This Letter will I suppose,...
The inclosed Dialogue in the Shades was written by Mr. Edmund Jennings now residing at Brussells,...
This day I rec d yours of the 2 d. — I have rec d all the Votes from all the States. it is known...
I have been lately more remiss, than usual in Writing to you. There has been a great Dearth of...
The Travelling I Suppose has retarded the Post of this Week, till to Day, when I received your...
I have time only to inform you that We are well, and to repeat my earnest Wish and Expectation to...
We have a fine Piece of News this Morning of the March of 2000 of the Enemy, and destroying a...
The Situation of my dear Brother, at the date of yours 17. June, has allarmed me so much that I...
Mr. Winthrop, Mr. Quincy and I came this Morning from York, before Breakfast, 15 Miles, in order...
The Riding has been so hard and rough, and the Weather so cold that We have not been able to push...
The Disappointment you mention was not intended, but quite accidental. A Gentleman, for whom I...
Three Vessells have arrived from Hambourg Since Thomas was there. The inclosed will shew you that...
We have the Pleasure of your Letters to the 3d. I think it is not worth while to bid for M rs...
When I left Paris, the 8 March, I expected to have been at Home before this Day and have done my...
I shall inclose with this, some Letters between Randolph and Hammond which will shew you how...
Yesterday Morning I took a Walk, into Arch Street, to see Mr. Peele’s Painters Room. Peele is...
I have paid Turner, his Wages up to this day, and settled all Accounts with him. Besides which I...
I have been so diligent on the Road and so much interrupted by Company at the Taverns that this...
This is one of my red Letter Days. It is the Anniversary of the Signature of the Declaration of...
I have nothing to write you at this moment but Scandal, and that about one of our Connections and...
I am now Settled.— The first night I went to a M r Alders, opposite to M r Binghams, but not...
By the Post of Yesterday I received your kind Letter of the 4 th. of this month, and, by it, was...
I told you, in a former Letter, that I lodged at Gen. Roberdeau’s. This Gentleman is of French...
Your Letter of the 25 Nov. has revived my heart. I rejoice at your real Recovery and hope it will...
A Gentleman, Mr. Boardman of Newbury Port, is going, and by him I send you a few Lines. In...
I believe I shall set off for Paris next Fryday. Mr. Thaxter and Mr. Storer will go with me. The...
Yesterday, by the Post, I received yours of Septr. 25th., and it renewed a Grief and Anxiety,...
It would give Pleasure to every Body your Way but the few, unfeeling Tories, to see what a Spirit...
This day I received yours of the first of March from Bilbao, with the Journals &c.—the Postage of...
I have, this minute rec d your favour of the 22 d. The Report of the Presidents Resignation is...
On Saturday I Saw our sons Letter to the Secretary of State. M r Randolph expressed his intire...
This is King Tammany’s Day. Tammany was an Indian King, of this Part of the Continent, when Mr....
Monsieur Chaumont has just informed me of a Vessell bound to Boston: but I am reduced to such a...
I thank you for presenting a Barrell of Flour to my Mother, and wish you to do every Thing for...
Mobs are the trite Topick of Declamation and Invective, among all the ministerial People, far and...
Mr. Church setts off, tomorrow Morning. I have sent this Morning by Mr. William Winthrop, about...
After a March like that of Hannibal over the Alps We arrived last Night at this Place, Where We...
I am lodged at M r Otis’s and am personally well accommodated: but I am So little pleased with...
I wrote you last Week and inclosed an order for 600. Let me know when you receive it. Although...
Your two Letters concerning Mr. T yler are never out of my Mind. He is of a very numerous Family...
I think I have sometimes observed to you in Conversation, that upon examining the Biography of...