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Last night I received your favor of the 23d and I hasten to give you an answer. The paper...
I most sincerely thank you for your excellent letter of the 14th.—It contains an abundance of...
I received on Saturday your favor of the 25—had before received the copy of your oration, which...
I have received your favour of the 15th: with its inclosures. I thank you for the outline as well...
The complaint in your favour of the 11th, of the refusal to publish your Chathams, is no suprise...
I thank you for your favour of the 17th.—I know the integrity, talents and intelligence of great...
I have received your kind letter of the fifth of this month by the hand of Capt Gustavus Fellows....
I received your friendly letter of the 30 July a few days ago. The People of America in general...
I have received your three last Letters. The Correspondence and Conversations which have passed...
I have your favours of December 17, and 21st. I hope you will not insinuate a comparison between...
Your favor of the 9th. is received. I beg you would not say a word about me in relation to the...
I return you the inclosed Letter, according to your desire.—No Eye but mine has seen it: and no...
I received in season your favour of the 30th June as well as that of July 24th, and thank you for...
Yesterday I received your favour of the 23d and had before in its season received that of the 9th...
Yours of May 6th, I have not acknowledged, and cannot particularly consider the abundance of...
Inclosed you will find a phillipic of our angry, pevish, fretful Prophet Jonah. His anger is his...
I have yours of Feb. 20 and 23. The inclosed five sheets are the rough draught, which I have...
I received your favour of March 31 in due time: But I am become all at once and very unexpectedly...
I have received your favour of Oct. 28.—I am very unexpectedly involved in Occupations and...
The papers to No. 6, which you mention in your kind letter of the 19th I have never seen nor...
The information in your last letter, to look in the Palladium for certain speculations, is very...
I have your favour’s of the 12th and 16th: of the month. The letter of President Washington...
I laughed when I read your Expectation, that what you had written on J. Q. A. would be printed. I...
I ought to acknowledge my fault in having two of your kind letters to answer at once. I return...
I have received your favours of March 11 and 14th. In answer to the first I wish to know whether...
I have your favour of 14 ult. The Mirror was never read—and if it ever should be it will be...
The letter of General Washington would have remained in obscurity forever, as far as I know, as...
I thank you for your unanimous Address adopted at Wiscassett in the County of Lincoln at a...