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I have paid Turner, his Wages up to this day, and settled all Accounts with him. Besides which I...
Your kind Favour of July 30. and 31. was handed me, just now from the Post office. I have...
I think I have sometimes observed to you in Conversation, that upon examining the Biography of...
As the War in which your Country is engaged will probably hereafter attract your Attention, more...
A few lines by way of remembrance every week tho I have nothing new to write you if I may judge...
We have been sweltering here, for a great Number of days together, under the scalding Wrath of...
I wrote you the post before last to which refer you. In your last you mention the prize price of...
Most sincerly do I Congratulate My Friend on her Restoration to Health after pain, peril and...
This is the memorable fourteenth of August. This day 12 years the Stamp office was distroyd....
We are still parching under the fierce Heats of Dog days. It is agreed, by most People, that so...
The Weather continues, as hot as ever. Upon my Word I dont know how to sustain it. Oh for a Bowl...
Yesterday We had a cool Day, the Wind Easterly and cloudy, this Morning there is a brisk...
Your obliging Favour of the 5th. came by Yesterdays Post, and I intended to have answered it by...
The Weather still continues cloudy and cool and the Wind Easterly. Howe’s Fleet and Army is still...
This Day compleats three Years since I stepped into the Coach, at Mr. Cushings Door, in Boston,...
This Morning, We have heard again from the Fleet. At 9 o Clock at Night, on the 14. Inst. upwards...
I came yesterday to this Town for a ride after my confinement, and to see my Friends. I have not...
It is now no longer a Secret, where Mr. Hows Fleet is. We have authentic Intelligence that it is...
We have an Express, today from Governor Johnson, Captn. Nicholson and several other Gentlemen...
We had last Evening a Thunder Gust, very sharp and violent, attended with plentifull Rain. The...
Yours of Aug. 12 and 13, came by this Mornings Post. A letter from Cheasopeak Bay, dated...
Howes Army, at least about 5000 of them besides his Light Horse, are landed, upon the Banks of...
Your Man and Horse arrived the 22 day of this Month. The Horse and Man look pretty low in flesh....
The Newspapers enclosed, will give you, all the Intelligence, of any Consequence. General...
It is probable that Genl. Howe will waste the fall of this year between Chesapeak Bay and...
A Letter from General Washington, was received last Night by the President, which I read. It is...
We have now run through the Summer, and altho the Weather is still warm, the fiercest of the...
I had Yesterday the Pleasure of yours of from Boston, and am happy to find that you have been...
There has been a very general Apprehension, during the last Week that a general Action would...
The accounts you give of the Heat of the weather, gives me great uneasiness upon account of your...
I have been So missfortinate as to be out of my native Country when those unhappy wars began, and...
You will learn from the Newspapers before this reaches you, the situation of Things here. Mr....
I have to acknowlidge a feast of Letters from you since I wrote last, their dates from August 19...
Your very polite favour was handed me this Evening. I esteem myself much obliged for the enclosed...
Our Spring was cold and Wet, Our Summer fruitful and the Fall forbodes a plentiful Harvest. We...
I immagine before this reaches you some very important Event must take place betwen the two...
It is now a long Time, since I had an Opportunity of writing to you, and I fear you have suffered...
I know not where to direct to you, but hope you are secure. Tis said in some part of the Jersies,...
I have no Time, nor Accommodations to write of late—besides I seldom know what to write, and when...
I told you, in a former Letter, that I lodged at Gen. Roberdeau’s. This Gentleman is of French...
I have not been able of late to keep up my Correspondence with you, so constantly, as my Heart...
Tis true my dearest Friend that I have spent an anxious 3 weeks, and the sight of a Letter from...
It is with shame that I recollect that I have not written you more than two or three Letters...
The joyfull News of the Surrender of General Burgoin and all his Army to our Victorious Troops...
This Town is a small one, not larger than Plymouth.—There are in it, two German Churches, the one...
Mr. Colman goes off for Boston Tomorrow. I have seized a Moment, to congratulate you on the great...
We have been three days, soaking and poaching in the heavyest Rain, that has been known for...
A favourable opportunity offering by Mr. Austin of writing to you, I embrace it, in compliance to...
This Moment I received your favour of Octr. 6. by Mr. Niles.—I am as well as can be expected. We...
As the delivery of this Billet cannot be attended with the disagreable allarm which the amiable...