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Among the many unexpected incidents of my life, it is one of the most singular, and partly one of...
I have seen your letter of the 6th inst. in Mr. Fenno’s Gazette. An answer seems requisite. It...
I expect that your remaining numbers of the History of 1796 have come duly to hand. The other...
I have perused your observations on the history of 1796. As the facts which you there bring...
Your interference with respect to my getting payment in a certain quarter has not had even the...
I request Your indulgence for a few lines. I Shall be as concise as possible. A few days after I...
I am Sensible that this freedom needs an [appology]. I wrote You a letter In last month and if...
I never write a letter, when I can avoid it. I much less desire to trouble my Superiors. But I...
I hope You will excuse my freedom in writing this letter. You have no doubt seen our Examiner. It...
Along with this letter You will receive another, which has lain by me a fortnight, the Contents...