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Your Letter of 21 Aug. O.S. the first I have received, reached me only two or three days ago. I...
You cannot imagine, the Anxiety I have felt on your Account, nor the Pleasure just received from...
Two ingenious Artificers, a Mr. Wheeler and a Mr. Wiley, under the Direction of a Committee, have...
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You are now at an University, where many of the greatest Men have received their Education. Many...
Last Night I received your Favour from the Hague of the 22 and I congratulate you, on your Safe...
It is with Pleasure that I enclose this amiable Letter from your Sister, which breaths a very...
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I am two Letters, I believe in your Debt, but I have been too busily engaged, to be able to write...
No Letters from you by the two last Posts. Let me hear from you as Soon and as often as you can....
If there are any extraordinary Productions of Nature or Art, exhibited, at the Fair of Leyden,...
As the War in which your Country is engaged will probably hereafter attract your Attention, more...
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This day Mr. Sayre arrived, with your Letter of the 12/23 of October. Yours of August I answered,...
I have the Pleasure to inform you, that Yesterday I removed into this House, and am now employed...