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I cannot close the packet, without acknowledging the recept of your Letter, and thanking you for...
I am happy to hear of your safe arrival tho not at the port, I wished to hear you were. You will...
I hope you have had no occasion either from Enemies or the Dangers of the Sea to repent your...
Copy: Library of Congress I am glad you have seen Brest and the fleet there. It must give you an...
I have a very bad soar finger and it pains me to write, yet a few lines I must write to my dear...
Writing is not A la mode de Paris, I fancy or sure I should have heard from my son; or have you...
Tis almost four Months since you left your Native land and Embarked upon the Mighty waters in...
As the War in which your Country is engaged will probably hereafter attract your Attention, more...
If it should be the Design of Providence that you should live to grow up, you will naturally feel...
I received your Letter of 23d. March, and was very much pleased with it, because it is a pretty...
Two ingenious Artificers, a Mr. Wheeler and a Mr. Wiley, under the Direction of a Committee, have...
There is an observation, which I wish you to make very early in Life because it may be usefull to...
I thank you for your agreable Letter of the Twenty fourth of March. I rejoice with you that our...