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I thank you my dear Son, for your dutiful Letter of the 28 th. of June, and rejoice, with...
I hope your Anxiety, about your Prospects of future Life, will not be indulged too far. If, after...
There is a sett of Scotch Writers that I think deserve your Attention in a very high Degree....
I have this morning received your agreable Letter of the 19. Ult. and am pleased with your...
I have received and read with great Pleasure your Letter: but having lent it to Col. Humphreys I...
I am not willing you should want Information from the Seat of Govt: but I can do little more than...
I received with great Pleasure your Letter of the 9 of August, inclosing a Receipt from Mr...
Since my return from Philadelphia where I have been to get Lodgings, against the meeting of...
I wrote you before to day: but I forgot to say Several Things.— Have you ever attended a Town...
I have received and read with great Pleasure, your modest Sensible, judicious and discreet Letter...
The Note from Piemont, I would not have Sued by any means. Hopkins’s Pretentions I have no Idea...
Your Brother Charles arrived on Saturday night from New York and has dissipated some of the Gloom...
Your Letter of the 4 th , has given me as much Pain by opening the Sceenes of Ambition in your...
at 9 last night I arriv’d and this Morning have taken my Seat from whence I write this. I have...
This Letter will be delivered you, by M r Roberdeau a Son of General Roberdeau my ancient Friend,...
I rec d by the last post your favour of the 16. The Votes from New Hampshire to Maryland...
I am again entertained by your kind Letter of the 22. Ult. The Intrigues of M r Clinton M r Burke...
The Public Papers will inform you that M r Jefferson has resigned and that M r Randolph is...
Although your modesty would not inform Us, of your commencement as a Faneuil Hall Orator, it is...
I have great Satisfaction in your Letter of the 10 th. The Breaking of the Bubble of Banks would...
Congress have rec d from the President all the Negotiations with France and England as well as...
This morning I had the Pleasure of your Letter of the 2 d of this month. The Town meeting did...
I have rec d your favour of the 22 d I believe it is, and am glad to hear that the People of...
The Old Debtors to British subjects, united with the over Zealous Friends of France and the...
If the combined Powers are exhausted by their Exertions The French must be no less distressed by...
I have rec d your favour of April 22 and am pleased with your Observations on the Doctrine of...
In reading the Advertisement prefixed to De Lolme p. 6. I met a Passage which recalled to my Mind...
Your Letter of April 27 was put into the Post office at New York and I have neither seen nor...
The Secretary of State called upon me this morning to inform me by order of the President, that...
Since, I wrote you this morning, at the request of M r Randolph a thousand things occur to me to...