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The information in your last letter, of your return to your garden and your records has given me...
I have never doubted, that America would be added to the vast Catalogue of Nations, who would not...
A friend in need, is a friend indeed; you must certainly have read Shakespear, and have learnt...
I am much obliged by your favour of 28th March. Is it a proof that Manilius has not been read by...
Inclosed is a Letter which I beg you to return to me, as Soon as you think fit. It is an Answer...
Yours of the 5th. and 9th are received. My Eyes and my hands forbid every unnecessary Word. I...
I thank you for your kind Letters I agree with you that we can never be thankful enough for the...
Before I left The Massachusetts I had the Pleasure of receiving a Letter from you: But I learned...
I have received your Letter, and am much concerned to perceive your Apprehensions that Affairs...
Be not anxious. I am not jealous. Had your Packett arrived one day Sooner, I Should have...
I have always believed that the Afra Avis, was the Guinea Hen, but have lately heard it was the...
I wrote you this Morning before I received your delightful letter of the 7th. which has opened a...
I Sincerely condole with you in the loss of your Friends Walker Wislar and Bray. I Sincerely...
In your last Letter you requested copies of my Letters to Dr. Price. They are inclosed— These...
The events of this month, have been to me almost overwhelming. They have excited my sensibility...
At the hazard of the little Vision that is left me I have read your Travels in the Wilderness...
You were a Letter in my debt, when you wrote yours of March 17th but you did not know it. I wrote...
I have, after so long a time, been favored with a loan of four Volumes of Captain Joseph...
I thank you for your Letter of 26. Septr…. It does not Signify! Van der kemp! It will not do, in...
This day I recd your favour of the 15 of last month you and I are in the same predicament. You...
I believe I must endorse you over, or rather bequeath you as a Legacy to The Philosopher of...
The Apostle Paul in the 11th. Chapter and 5th. Verse, of his Epistle to the Hebrews, Says “...
I see by your favour of May 10th that we must all grow Old—but you have not yet experienced one...
I have recd yours of Aug. 1802. I agree with you that “the deadly infection has not Spread thro...
I have just received your favor of the 20th of Jan. & am sensibly touched with the remembrance of...
I have Sent to The Post Office this Morning, your Diploma, as Member of our Accademy. How many...
You have puzzled and confounded me, by your Letter of the 3 of Aug.—After allarming me with Some...
I had last night your letter of the 12th. the friendly Sentiments of which have tenderly affected...
I owe you a letter or two I believe, and my Conscience smites me for the neglect,—and my daring...
My Philosophy and my Religion, Such as they are, are brought to a Tryal. My dear, my only...
I thank you, dear Sir for your favours of 7. and 20th. Ult. Messrs Everett and Mr Ticknor will...
I forgot in my last the most brilliant Topick, of all that splendid Phenomenon in the female...
You have planned more Work in your favour of the 9th than could be executed by any Body in twenty...
In Answer to your kind favour of the 21st. I have had a very feeble Winter and am Still afflicted...
Mr J. A Smiths appointment was not by J. Q. A but by the President “Sancte Socrate ora pro nobis”...
I have recd Condorcet, in good order and your favour of 20th. Ult. Enfields History of...
I have recd your favors of the third, and am much obliged to you and to Mr. Mappa for your...
Your favor of Feb. 25th. is recd.—Ingraham, I think, must be no further North than the 56th:...
As Misery is Said to derive Some consolation from the Misery of others; your Letter of 18. Septr....
I have this Moment received your obliging Favour of the 20th. Yesterday the anniversary Festival,...
Your favour of Dec. 7 is not lost nor forgotten. Oh! that my Situation in Life would permit me to...
In your Letter of the seventh of July, you flatter me, with very high Eulogies, and compleat the...
Alexander Hill Everett Esquire, a Genteman of the Bar in Boston, who had his Law Education in the...
Your favour of the Sixth of July has afflicted me. My Minister Mr Whitney lately told Us, what I...
I have recd. your kind favour of the 4th. of March and thank you for your kind rememberance of...
James Otis Counsellor, Colonel &c &c &c Said to me Some fifty or Sixty years ago “John; when I...
Your favr. of Dec. 17. 1814 has lain too long unnoticed. “Votre deuil vous plait.” I have before...
Yours of 14th are here. You must take hints: I cannot write Letters. Half recovered from a former...
As I stand in great need of a Casuist in Phylosophy, Morality and Christianity; to whom Should I...
Yours of the 6th is Safe, and I thank you for it. Like all your other Letters, it is to me, full...