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On the first of the month I received your favour of the 22d. ult. with a copy of a speech of a...
When a young man I read Sidney upon government. In one of his Chapters, he agitates the following...
My solicitude to see your strictures upon Mr. Pickering’s Letter was satisfied by the last mail....
The slight personal acquaintance I have had with you would not entitle me to the honour of...
Inclosed is a Letter which I have this morning received from a particular Friend of mine, who is...
Seeing a letter this morning in the Chronicle (a paper which has universally been calumniateing...
being a perticuler Friend of yours, Take the liberty to inclose this Letter, and ask the...
I recd. your letter of the 9th. inst—(nearly a fortnight after its date) accompanying Dr....
I know not when my sensibilities have been more exquisitely touched than they were by the perusal...
It would be well, if legislators were taught before they begin to legislate, that there are...
A continued headache has compelled me, to delaÿ an answer to your favour of the 16th of Febr....
A few days since, I saw a letter written by his Excellency John Adams. For years I have seen...
I have long felt an inclination to write to you, two circumstances forbid me, want of matter, &...
I received your pleasant and most obliging Letter of the 3d of March last, it answered my...
Permit me to inclose to your address the Portsmouth bill of Mortality for 1809, and at the same...
During some time past my time has been devoted to writing the History of Mr. Jefferson’s...
these from your friend and cusen Joseph Adams that went from Braintree to Uxbridge in the year...
Your Letter of 29 January Last Came duly to For which be pleased to Except my moste respectful...
I have the honour at this time to address you for the purpose of requesting your acceptance of...
An individual, obscure, & to yourself unknown, begs leave to address you. May I be permitted,...
I am much pleased with the Specimen you have given of the Use of your Wings upon a certain...
I was duly favoured with yours of the 24th. ult. The species of sensibility excited by your...
A Dispute existing at New–Orleans involving property to an immense amount and also very...
Your Letter of the 15th April I have had the honor to receive; and have read it over and over...
The sight of your Venerable and Respectable Name in the papers on a subject so interesting to...
As you felt So Sensiblÿ for mÿ Sorrows, it is highly becoming, that you Should be among the...
WITH a view to collect and preserve the Military Science, which must still exist among the...
Your Letter of April, 18th. 1809, came safe to my Hand. It was soon read by our Lawyer in Gray....
I am favoured with yours of the 7th. inst. After telling me that the employment of your thoughts...
My son Richard who has been a customer for the Aurora ever since he lived at the Jersey College,...
“Oh Shame, Shame! where is thy blush” that thou shouldst thus dare prophane the manes of the...
Your letter of the 6th Inst. I had the honor to receive the next day, just before I commenced a...
I received, by the last mail, your esteemed favour of the 22d. inst. The united testimony of your...
Allwise Providence has most ierally decreed, That there should be born for the Benefit of...
Mrs: Bradford & myself arrived here on friday Evening last—among the principal Objects we had in...
Elihu Phinney was ever an admirer of your Unshaken patriotism, your eminent talents, your...
To my letter of the 30th. ult. I have not been favoured with an answer. I feel an uncertainty,...
I enclose you three numbers of Duane’s papers that you may see in what manner the late news from...
“salus, honor et bonus Appetitus.” to use the Words of Molière— from Dear sir ever / Yrs MHi :...
I duly received your favour of the 31st. ult. The separation from you of your Son, would be, I...
Have I mistaken your political principles or have I rightly understood them as being truly...
I send you herewith some more of Col Duane’s papers. You will perceive in One of them proposals...
The last mail brought me your favour of the 8th of July, with a postscript of the 13th. inst....
It is related of Augustus Caesar, that being upon his death-bed, he turned just before he expired...
Most respectable Patriot I take the liberty at sending to you by the mail an oration which I...
I took the liberty some time back, (I cannot say how long, as I did not kn date the copy of that...
I enclose you four numbers of Duane’s paper. They contain a good deal of matter relative to the...
Although for many years past I have read nothing, but books upon medicine on week days, & upon...
On our way home from Quincy, we were detained by the kindnesses of friends till the last evening....
I have to make my grateful acknowledgements for your favour of the 31 Ult. I read, it as I do...