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As Congress are going to lay an Embargo, of sixty days, the Bill having already past the House,...
Mr Shaw sent me word yesterday, that a Gentleman of his acquaintance was going to Archangel, and...
Mr Benjamin Beal jun’r Who has long resided in France, returnd last Winter upon a visit to his...
your Letters of April 30th of May 28th of June 27th a duplicate, So faint a press coppy that but...
I am not about to write you much upon War or peace. You must have enough upon those Subjects in...
Your letters No. 32. Dup: and 33 Origl were received on the 21st: ultimo: I have also received...
Despairing almost of conveying a Letter to you amidst the war of Empires and Kingdoms, I have had...
It would be ridiculous in me to write you, upon public Affairs. If We have Judges as at the...
This day two years since; I was cloathed in Sable for the Death of mrs Norten’s Since which time,...
upon looking over my list, I find that I have written to you a Letter every month, since october....
Before I closed my Letter to you, I received this morning your Letter sent by mr Harris, of...
There is not a day nor an hour in which my Thoughts are not employed about you and your Family:...
Your favour of Oct. 4 was Sent to me from the Post Office this morning. Although I sincerely...
As I have experienced Griefs as exquisite as yours I have the better right to advise you. I have...
I have already written to you, in replie to your Melancholy Letter of Sepbr 20th. and have...
I had the honor to write you, on the 18th: Nov. 1811, since which I have been deprived of the...
I have Official Information that Mr Bayard and Mr Gallatin are joined with you in a Negotiation...
For three weeks past there have been many & various reports in circulation respecting the...
This Line is intended to go by Mr Bayard or Mr Gallatin, who are associated with you, or you with...
The vessel which carries you this Letter will convey to you the account of the Death of a dear...
As there is Some prospect of mr Russels being appointed to Sweeden I hope to convey Letters to...
I cannot forget the loss I have sustained in the death of Dr Rush. Since your departure his...
altho I wrote to you on the 14 of this month I know that my Letter will have a dubious conveyance...
I wrote to you upon the 14 of June, I knew that my Letter is gone upon a doubtfull journey; it...
Were I to follow, the feelings of my heart I Should write you every day. But you remember Dr...
It is with great difficulty, that my paralyttic Fingers can hold a Pen. The litterary, the...
I know how good a recent date is from a far country. accordingly my heart leaped with joy at...
I congratulate you on the new acquaintences you have made. Madam de Stael and Sir Francis...
your Sons are well. your Parents are still living. your Brother is well— O my full Heart, shall I...
The Meloncholly History of the last Journey and the last days of your Sister will be given you by...