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Last Evening We arrived safe in this Town after the longest Journey, and through the worst Roads...
This Day has been observed in this Place, with exemplary Decency and Solemnity, in Consequence of...
I am at last after a great deal of Difficulty, settled in comfortable Quarters, but at an...
I think, in some Letter I sent you, since I left Bethlehem, I promised you a more particular...
Yesterday, I took a long Walk with our Secretary Mr. Thompson to a Place called Fells Point, a...
Fells Point, which I mentioned in a Letter this Morning, has a considerable Number of Houses upon...
Mr. Hall, by whom this Letter will be sent, will carry several Letters to you, which have been...
It was this Day determined, to adjourn, tomorrow Week to Philadelphia. How, as you know my...
I shall inclose with this a Newspaper or two. I am as yet in tollerable Health. My Eyes are...
This Morning I received yours of the 26th. Ult. It is the first I have received from you, and...
Yesterday, I had the Pleasure of dining with Mr. Purveyance. There are two Gentlemen of this Name...
For once I have followed the Example of my Friend, and have Long delayed a Reply to her Letter....
I am returned in tolerable Health to this Town—have received but one Letter from you since I left...
The President who is just arrived from Baltimore, came in a few Minutes ago and delivered me,...
Yours of Feb. 12. received this day. I have begged a Bundle of Newspapers, to inclose. They...
Congress has been sitting several Days and proceeding upon Business. I have been in Town above a...
The Spring advances, very rapidly, and all Nature will soon be cloathed in her gayest Robes. The...
The Post now comes regularly, once a Week, and brings me the Boston News Papers, but no Letters...
“A Plott! a Plott! an horrid Plott, Mr. A.” says my Barber, this Morning.—“It must be a Plott 1....
I know not the Time, when I have omitted to write you, so long. I have received but three Letters...
Yesterdays Post brought me your kind Favour of March 8. 9. 10, with a Letter inclosed for from...
As you seem so inquisitive about Politicks, I will indulge you so far (indulge, I say, observe...
You have had many Rumours, propagated among you, which I suppose you know not how to account for....
This Evening Major Ward deliverd me Yours of 23d. of March.—It is a great Pleasure to me to learn...
Yours of 26 March came by this days Post. Am happy to hear you have received so many Letters from...
Enclosed with this you have a Correspondence, between the two Generals, concerning the Cartell...
I have spent an Hour, this Morning, in the Congregation of the dead. I took a Walk into the...
We are waiting with some Impatience to hear of the Arrival of some of the Massachusetts Troops at...
We have now an ample Representation from N. York. It consists of Six Delegates, and they are to...
The Post brought me two Letters from you, this Morning, one of the 7th. instant, and one before....
My Barber has just left the Chamber. The following curious Dialogue was the Amusement, during the...
I have been lately more remiss, than usual in Writing to you. There has been a great Dearth of...
Your Favours of Ap. 2 and Ap. 7. I have received. The inclosed Evening Post, will give you, some...
There is a Clock Calm, at this Time, in the political and military Hemispheres. The Surface is...
This days Post brought me yours of 17th. inst. and Miss Nabbys obliging Favour of the 16. This...
We have a fine Piece of News this Morning of the March of 2000 of the Enemy, and destroying a...
This is King Tammany’s Day. Tammany was an Indian King, of this Part of the Continent, when Mr....
We have promoted Arnold, one Step this day, for his Vigilance, Activity, and Bravery, in the late...
Inclosed with this you have an Evening Post, containing some of the tender Mercies of the...
We have no News here but what comes from you—except that all is well and quiet at Ticonderoga,...
We have no News here, except what We get from your Country. The Privateers act with great Spirit,...
The Day before Yesterday, I took a Walk, with my Friend Whipple to Mrs. Wells’s, the Sister of...
We have at last accomplished a troublesome Piece of Business. We have chosen a Number of...
Prices with you are much more moderate than here. Yesterday I was obliged to give Forty shillings...
Gen. Warren writes me, that my Farm never looked better, than when he last saw it, and that Mrs....
I never fail to inclose to you the News papers, which contain the most of the Intelligence that...
Dont be two much alarmed at the Report of an Attack of Boston. The British Court are pursuing a...
I this day Received a few lines from my Friend, whose Long silence I have not been able to...
After a Series of the souerest, and harshest Weather that ever I felt in this Climate, We are at...
We have an Army in the Jersies, so respectable that We seem to be under no Apprehensions at...