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I have recd. with great Pleasure your Letters of 22d. April and 19. March. These important...
I acknowledge my fault in neglecting to answer two or three of your last favours. I now thank you...
I cannot give up my dear Latin and Greek although Fortune has never permitted me to enjoy so much...
Shall I congratulate or condole with you on the appointment of your Son to be Comptroller of The...
I recd. in course yours of the 7th. Fox was a remarkable Character. I admire the Morsell of...
Your Letters are not apt to lie a month unacknowledged. That of May 5th. is before me since which...
Sobrius esto! Recollect your own Non Nobis! Your Letter of the 20th. of September I communicated...
Bacon the great Bacon was fond of Paradoxes. What could The Old Hunks mean by Great Men having...
I thank you for the Trouble you have kindly taken in procuring the Samples of Coins for my Son J....
I have read Dr Rush, de moribus Germanorum, with pleasure. As I am a great lover of paradoxes,...
I rejoice to find that Pensilvania has returned to reason and Duty in the affair of the Miss...
I am indebted to you, for more Letters than I can repay at present. But declaring myself a...
Your Letter to Waterhouse inclosed in yours of the 16th. Shall be Sent tomorrow. With them came...
When you informed me that Mr Cooper in his Life of Dr Priestly had ascribed to that Philosopher,...
Give me Leave to introduce to Your Acquaintance and Friendship, M r Thaxter, who goes home with...
I have been entertained and diverted with the humour and the Wit of my Old Friend O Brian as you...
Accept of my thanks for your favor of 28 th. Sept r. — The Analogy of Religion & of Manners are...
The Tories, are not only more united and attached to each other as you observe in your Letter of...
I congratulate you, & your state and our Nation on the Acquisition of such a secretary of the...
I have several sweet letters from you the last of which is the 20th of this month. The table of...
Inclosed is a Packet two Papers marked A. B. four Number ed 1. 2. 3. 4. A Letter from The Vice...
A thousand thanks to Richard for his Auroras and ten thousand to you for your Letter of the 14th....
The Letter that accompanies this, is from a Character so respectable, that I beg leave to...
If I could dream as much Wit as you, I think I should wish to go to Sleep for the rest of my...
On this our Thanksgiving day, among innumerable other Blessings, I have to thank express my...
I loose no time in answering your Letter of the 15th, that my Confidence in your Love to your...
It seemeth unto me that you and I ought not to die without saying good-bye or bidding each other...
I agree with you that The Ocean ought to be and must be the Theatre of the War. Our Government...
A multiplicity of avocations have prevented me, from answering your friendly letter of the 2d. of...
Mr Peter Paulus, is seized with an enthusiasm to go to Philadelphia, with his Journeymen. I...