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I am not surprized at your Anxiety expressed in your Letter of the 25 th. which I rec d...
I have all along flattered myself with hopes that I might with Propriety have taken Leave of the...
This Morning I received your favour of the 21 st. of January. I am Sure your People do a great...
The Judges are now here— Judge Cushing is under the Hands of D r Tate who is Said to have wrought...
I have this moment rec d your favour of 25. April.— If you want more Money before June borrow it...
The Senate are now in Possession of the Budget.— It is a Bone to gnaw for The Aristocrats as well...
The Mail of Yesterday brought me, a rich Treasure in your kind Letters of the 18. 24 and 25 th of...
You Say you have no desire to be the first, and I cannot say that it is desirable: but according...
It is monday, the Time to expect the Eastern mail other Men have Letters— I have none— humiliated...
I rec d , Yesterday by the Post, the inclosed Letter, which excites a hope of more by the Same...
I am so anxious for your health, Since you inform’d me of the return of your Intermittent, that I...
I was not disappointed Yesterday, for the Post brought me your Letter of January. and I was...
My old Acquaintance M r Walton, who Served in Congress, with me in 1776 and 1777 is returned a...
I have rec d your Letter of the cold Sunday on which I wrote you one from Stratford. In N. York...
If I could take a Walk or a Ride to N. Y. in the Evening and come here again in the Morning how...
This Morning I returned M r Genets’ Visit. The Conversation was confined to Some Inquiries I made...
I have rec d yours of the 5 th. — If you think it best, leave Thomas at Colledge: but I pray you...
inclosed is a Letter from Capt n. Brown who commands the best Packet between Providence and this...
Your fav r of 24 th marked by the Post office 22 d of Dec r. I rec d. Yesterday. M r Osgoods...
We go on as Usual—Congress resolving one Thing and the Democratical societies resolving the...
Your Letter from your Sick Chamber if not from your Sick bed, has made me so uneasy that I must...
I wrote you this morning inclosing a Post note for 600 and went to Senate with full Expectation...
I have just rec d from the P. Office your Letter of the 20 th. by Brisler who went to carry one...
I have this morning yours of the 9 th. Am glad you have mine from Stratford: you will receive...
M rs Otis arrived with her little Rosignal, in good health and Spirits the night before last, and...
on Wednesday I dined with M r Russell the Friend of D r Priestley and while We were at Table, in...
I went on Fryday night with M r Storer to the Drawing Room, where the Warmth of the Weather...
Vive la Baggatelle! Dulce est desipere. I have no other Resource in my solitude, amidst all my...
Cheesman has at length arrived and I have rec d my Trunk in much better order than I expected....
I have taken a Sheet of Paper, only to wish you an happy new Year and many happy repetitions of...
I rec d this morning your kind Letter of the 7 th. and wonder you had not rec d a Letter. I wrote...
M r Dalton, M r Jenkes and myself are at Penfields in good health and Spirits.— My Horses perform...
The Newspapers will inform you of our interminable Delays. The House have asked for Papers and...
Our Antifœderal Scribblers are so fond of Rotations that they Seem disposed to remove their...
I this day rec d your favours of the 8. and 12 th. but how this last could have leaped to this...
It is now determined what the President has to depend on after the 4 th March. The Committee...
I have rec d your favour of Nov. 23.— M r Cooper The Friend of our Diplomatic at the Hague, I...
The Weather here is as fine as it was the last Year. The Festival season of Christmas and the new...
I thank you for your kind Letter inclosing that from our Friend Hollis. The Influenza is here as...
I received yesterday two Letters from each of our Sons at the Hague, who were very well and in...
I dined on Monday at the Presidents with young La Fayette and his Preceptor, Tutor or Friend,...
I dined Yesterday with M r Madison. M rs Madison is a fine Woman and her two sisters are equally...
Brisler has shipped, on board The Abby Captain Eames, two Barrells of Flour, one hundred Weight...
The Alteration of Post Days or some other Cause has disappointed me of a Letter from you this...
I have this morning rec d your kind Letters of 10 & 11 th. of May.— You mention Land bought by D...
This is the coldest day We have felt this Winter, and if it were not for the hope I have of a...
There is a dead calm in the political Atmosphere, which furnishes no Event worth relating. The...
I rec d yours of the 14 on Fryday: but had no Letter on Monday. According to present appearances,...
We arrived here last night in good Season. The Roads were not very bad, and the Weather, tho...
This morning I received your favour of the 20 th. The House I am in was aired and Smoked with Tar...