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I thank you for your favour of the 10th. and the Pamphlet inclosed “American Unitarianism.” I...
Mr. Hartley’s memorial—June 1, 1783. The proposition which has been made for an universal and...
Thank you for your favour of the 12th. The Anecdote mentioned in my Letter of the 4th of...
When the House of Representatives, under the Charter of Charles I “broke out” as Huchinson...
I most sincerely thank you for your excellent letter of the 14th.—It contains an abundance of...
Extract from the Register of the resolution of the States General of the United provinces,...
You made that Westphalian Couplet yourself, Sleeping or waking, nobody but you could have dreamed...
Answer my Letters at your Leisure. Give yourself no concern. I write as for a refuge and...
I return the Analysis of Dupuis with my thanks for the loan of it. It is but a faint Miniature of...
I have long meditated to write you a Line. You are giving annual Bounties, for Medical Essays...
I have recd your favour of the 21, inclosing my Letter to Dr James Rush of April 30th. If you or...
I have delivered the Copy of your Gazetteer of New York, intended for the American Accademy of...
I have a rich Budget to send you by the next Ship. I have no time to prepare it by the Milo. I...
That the first Want of Man is his Dinner, and the second his Girl, were truths well known to...
I have been sick a Month, and my eyes and hands incapable of writing otherise you would have...
your favour of the 15 th came to me yesterday, and it is a pleasure to discover that We are only...
Neither Eyes Fingers or Paper held out, to dispatch all the Trifles I wished to write in my last...
The Accounts I receive of your Indisposition, excite much Grief. Your Father by Precept and...
As I feel a kind of Ambition to introduce to the past present & future Presidents of U S. Some of...
If you had investigated the Question, concerning Possessions or that about matter and Spirit, in...
I am much obliged by your favour of 28th March. Is it a proof that Manilius has not been read by...
The fundamental Article of my political Creed is, that Despotism, or unlimited Sovereignty, or...
Ask the great Lady, you quoted in your last, whether when I pray for the health of Philadelphia,...
Are the works of Apuileus in Harvard College Library or in any other collection in America Have...
Inclosed is a sketch of the unfortunate enterprize against Penobscot in 1779. drawn by an eye...
Your favor of the 13th came seasonably to my hand. Your approbation of my communications to the...
The Bearer of this Letter, after an Education at our Cambridge, travelled with J. Q. A. to...
Mr John Chipman Gray, who is to be the Bearer of this Letter is about to make the Tour of Europe,...
I lost no time, in writing to Mr Madison, and to all I could Say in your favour inclosed your...
Yesterday Morning expecting a Letter from Dr Rush I Sent early to the Post Office: but my...
I am glad to find you are pleased with the sketches. The exploits of our maratime and naval...
Dr Priestley, in a letter to Mr Lindsey Northumberland Nov. 4. 1803 Says “As you were pleased...
The Hague, Sept. 6, 1782—Wrote to Mr. Secretary Livingston, “In your letter of the 5th of March,...
Inclosed is a Letter which I beg you to return to me, as Soon as you think fit. It is an Answer...
I have received “the Constitution of the Kentucky Society for promoting Agriculture” with your...
I am much obliged by your favour of the 9th. just received. Though I called the Subject of my...
I am afraid you will be offended at my freedom; but you are, in your hand writing, at Such an...
Dr Morse having undertaken to continue Trumbul’s History: wrote urgently to me to assist him. I...
It is very true that “the denunciations of the Priesthood are fulminated against every Advocate...
This Letter is devoted to one Subject. Since the Death of Judge Cushing there has been frequently...
Yours of the 5th. and 9th are received. My Eyes and my hands forbid every unnecessary Word. I...
Mr. Bristed, in his Hints, p. 389 to 413, has published some account of an affair which he says...
In former Letters, I have made a few hasty Remarks upon Mrs Warren and Mr Marshall: permit me now...
Your Letter of the 5th. contains Such an Abundance of Matter which appears to me as of so great...
I know not what, unless it were the Prophet of Tippacanoe , had turned my Curiosity to inquiries...
I find upon my table this morning your favour of the 7. March; and I know not whether I have ever...
You remember I have reserved a right of employing twenty years to answer your Book, because you...
I have received your kind letter of the 23d of January, and I thank you for the pamphlets...
Some honourable gentlemen, from the ardor of their benevolence to me, and their laudable desire...
I thank you for the Memoirs of Doctor Price. Though there is little in this Work which was new to...