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I have (my Dear Brother) been more than entertained by perusing a number of your Letters to my...
I hear that a letter from one P——s, a clergyman in Connecticut, has been intercepted, and that an...
I dare not express to you at 300 hundred miles distance how ardently I long for your return. I...
Having just been informed that Mr. Tudor is going to Philadelphia, I take this opportunity to...
I Recd yours of the 18th Sepr with A pleasure and satisfaction that render my Negligence in not...
Yours of the 30th. Ult. I Recd, by Mr. Revere. He shew me Also your Cautionary paper, which was...
Virginia, 16 December 1774. LbC ( MHi :Donations to Sufferers by the Boston Port Bill, p. 66);...
It always gives me pleasure to hear of the Existence and Health of my Friend and his Family and...
I Wrote to you the 24th of Septr last in answer to your Obliging favor of the first of August, at...
I Admire the Notes and Resolves of the Maryland Convention. They Breath a Spirit of Liberty and...