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It is a very long time my dear venerated father since I have written to you; but the events of...
Were it not that I am well acquainted with the illustrious place you deservedly hold, in the...
It was an unexpected pleasure which I received in your letter of the 17th. of last month, as I...
Captain Ryk takes his leave and presents the Expression of his Veneration to His Excellency...
Mr. Rabello being about to visit Boston and your residence, and being very desirous of the honor...
As a Member of the French benevolent Society established in this City more than 20 years ago for...
The past week has scarcely been marked by any occurrence worth relating in a letter, the weather...
As doubts have been expressed by the Agent of His Britannic Majesty under the 6th and 7th...
Immediately after the late celebration on Bunker-Hill the enclosed lines were written, and have...
One week has passed already since my arrival here and to us by no means a quiet one. General La...
His Serene Highness, the Duke Bernard of Saxe Weimar has expressed a Strong desire of being...
It seems an age to me , since we parted, and have not since had any accounts from those who have...
The Washington Society, desirous to evince their respect for one of the Fathers of American...
The Baron de Syon will have the honor of presenting you this letter. He has been travelling from...
I have the honor to enclose a card for the celebration on the seventeenth ; An occasion on which...
John W. Boott Esq. of this city being desirous, with his friend Mr M Cale, of Philadelphia, to...
It is with much pleasure that I avail myself of this occasion in Sending you an address deliver’d...
Permit me to indulge my feelings in grateful acknowledgments for the very kind & polite rec e...
I have read with interest and admiration the history of your life—your assidious toils in gaining...
I take the liberty of enclosing you five numbers of a little work, which I have undertaken with a...
You have been the most punctual correspondent that I ever had except your Brother—but for four...
May I hope that you will pardon the liberty I have taken of obtruding on your notice the enclosed...
Your kind letter just rec’d is a Cordial to my spirits, in the lengthend days of my confinement...
I rejoice to hear you are in better health than when I left you on Sunday Evg and earnestly hope...
I have been requested by a gentleman, whom I am desirous of serving, to call upon the President....
To the frequent inquiries which I make respecting your health I have the satisfaction to receive...
When I first published my pamphlet, containing the memoirs of the Campaign of the northwestern...
Permit one of your children who although in obscurity will ever feel an ardent desire for the...
The very friendly and encouraging manner with which you received my plan for a reform of the...
In this Universal Joy & celebration this day on your own Elevation to first President of the...
As you may now have some respite from the respectful attentions of your more immediate friends on...
The undersigned, a Committee acting under the authority, and in pursuance of the request of a...
The result of the late presidential election, induces me altho’ quite remote & to you almost...
An event so great and truly auspicious to the best interests of our Country as the elevation of...
Thou hast been pleased to command my literary labors, and to manifest toward me so much kindness,...
I recieved, as usual with great delight your letter of the 12th inst. Your account of all things...
I was duly favored, sometime since, with thy kind notice of my late publications, for which I...
Yesterday morning I was meditating on the gloomy Scene at Washington. The Transactions between Mr...
Permit me to congratulate you on the result of the late election. I rejoice because it has not...
The officers & Members of the Boston artillery Co. congratulate you & your family on the event...
Since Christmas 1789 a few days after my arrival at New-York, when, invited by your politeness, I...
I have long waited impatiently the moment when I could congratulate you & our country:—you, on a...
I can not refrain from addressing a few congratulatory lines, on the occasion of your Son, being...
The people of Europe seem still to think that America is a mere garden plat, and that whatever is...
It was my intention to have delay’d writing to you—till the great die was cast—but perusing Dr...
Holding a correspondence with you for the on various subjects for upwards of 45 years; it is...
The people of Europe seem still to think that America is a mere garden plat, and that whatever is...
To you who have been so Kind at different epochas of my Life, to shew a Sympathising interest in...
I cannot refrain from the inclination I feel to be among the first of your friends in expressing...
Holding an occasional correspondence with you for upwards of 40 years on various subjects, it is...