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I read in the Chronicle some time ago, two Speculations with the signature of a military Countryman, and I read them with great pleasure for two very Substantial reasons, one of which is that I cordially approved and coincided with every Sentiment and every expression in them: the other was that I knew at once that General Heath was the Writer of them. How did you know that? you will ask. I...
As I did not wish to oppress you with my Letters I have not acknowledged the receipt of your favour of the 18th of May, though I received it in due Season and esteemed it very highly. I have seen lately in the Chronicle, that like the good Steward you bring out of your Treasury Things new and old, and in very good Season. The Military Countryman written five or six and thirty years ago I have...
I sincerely join you in congratulations on the return of Massachusets into the fold of the Union. this is truly the case wherein we may say ‘this our brother was dead, and is alive again: and was lost, and is found.’ it is but too true that our union could not be pronounced entirely sound while so respectable a member as Massachusets was under morbid affection. all will now come to rights....