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I put the papers you sent me into the hands of Mr Carey. Some of them will be published in an...
The enclosed letter to Dr Waterhouse contains the Welcome intelligence that his son has passed...
I am now Attending a daughter of Mr Mathew Careys. In One of my Visits to her, I mentioned your...
It was wholly unnecessary to bring forward the respectable testimony of Mr Langdon in order to...
I return you Col Smiths & Dr Waterhouse’s letters The former is replete with good Sense. Alas!...
The letter from Col: Smith to which you have alluded was not received with yours of this day. Was...
Having just now gotten my task, that is, revised my lecture, and added to it the results of my...
Better and better! Dream on my venerable friend!—In one of the King of Prussias political letters...
You have so far outdreamed me in your last letter, that I shall be afraid hereafter to let my...
Gibbon tells us in his life, that he studied Anatomy & Chemistry on purpose to furnish himself...
Herewith you will receive a copy of my medical Inquiries and Observations upon the diseases of...
My printer and my patients have kept me So busy for some Weeks past that I have fallen in Arrears...
I will say of the Wine which you have done me the favor to accept, What you said to me when I...
Your letter of August 1st is still unanswered. It is full of truth, and useful information and...
My son Ben sent me a quarter Cask of Old muscat Wine as a present from the Isle of Samos. The...
The paternal farm which I visited on the 11th: of last month, lies two miles further from...
During the revolutionary War I kept notes and preserved pamphlets with a view to write memoirs of...
Will you bear to read a letter that has nothing in it About politicks or War?—I will, without...
It is now a time of uncommon health in our city, insomuch that I spend six or seven hours of...
We both owe too much to our Wives to differ with them, and perhaps there never was a time when...
Dont complain of my Wife. You have not a better friend, nor a great Admirer in the United States....
In Spite of a Speech made by my wife a few days Ago, “that you and I corresponded like two young...
Stephen Gerard came to Philada from France About thirty years ago in the capacity of a Sailor....
You remind me by your wish for a copy of all the lyes that were published against you by your...
Your two letters of yesterday & to day have made me serious. They discover a profound knowledge...
I return you the Copies of your letters to the Messrs Smith and thier Answers, with my Advice (as...
In giving the history of the Controversies in which I was engaged in the military hospitals, and...
I once met Mr Sawbridge at the house of his Sister Mrs McCaulay in London. In speaking of some of...
I began a long & confidential letter to you two weeks ago upon the Subject of one of your late...
I did not require the anecdote you have communicated to me in your letter of last month to know...
“Arma, Cestusque”, parmamque “repono,” upon the offensive subject of one of my late letters to...
During the time Cobbett was abusing me in his newspaper to the great joy of a number of our tory...
Mr Jefferson and I exchange letters Once in six, nine or twelve Months. This day I received a few...
You have touched me in a sore place in your letter of the 4th instant. My Son Richard has...
Alas! What a difference between your last, and former letters!—Instead of being charmed with the...
All my family rejoice with yours in the happy issue of the operation performed upon Mrs Smiths...
I shall begin my letter by replying to your daughters. I prefer giving my Opinion & Advice in you...
I am two letters in your debt. To the last I shall reply first. I am not satisfied with any one...
The time cannot be very distant when you and I must both sleep with our fathers. The...
It is possible Dr Franklins estate, when sold, in Order to be divided, may not produce the Sum...
You may tell your friend Mr Cranch that I included my Correspondent among the men who were so...
The 4th of July has been celebrated in Philada: in the manner I expected. The military men, and...
Yrs. of June 21st. came safe to hand. I shall reply to it give you the echo of it in a few days....
Act 1. Scene 2nd. Mr Adams alone in his Study. Enter B Rush. A: Aye Rush is that you? What is...
Act I. Scene I. Mr: Adams’s Study Mr A: Who is there? Dr: R—a friend— A—Walk in.—Ah! Rush is that...
Herewith th r ough the politeness of Mr Quincy you will receive the Coins for your son. I regret...
All the Coins are in readiness; and Subject to your order. At present no Opportunity of sending...
I thank you for you son’s pamphlet. Much as I loath political discussions of all kinds, I was...
We read of Hurricane Months in the West Indies. Men of business are exposed to them no less than...
I enclose you a small publication which contains an account of a new auxillary or palliative...