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1 st None shall be admitted (unless by a particular Act of the Governors) but such as can read...
1 Each person, to be admitted, shall be able to give a rational account of the Latin & Greek...
After we parted last Saturday Evening I retired to my Room, and spent the remaining part of it in...
Studious to avoid every Suspicion that m[ torn ] ous to the good opinion which you say you [ torn...
Never my Dear Friend have I been more at a Loss in answering a Letter than I now am, and never...
I received Yours of the 1 st . March Yesterday. altho I did not suspect any Part of my Letter to...
To tell you that I often find myself at a loss for something to say, would be telling you nothing...
The letter you mention to have wrote the week before last, has never come to Hand and I cant...
The manner in which you tell your brother that you expected a letter from me contains a reproof...
The Subscribers being desirous of forming a club for social conversation & the mutual improv t ....
To his Excellency the Right honourable John Earl of Dunmore Captain General and Governor in Chief...
Your Doubts respecting Faulkners Declaration appear well founded, and the Remarks contained in...
The Receipt of your Letter should have been acknowledged before had I not been out of Town when...
I have rec d . and should have answered your Letter immediately, had I not found myself more...
Permit me to assure you, that you are exceedingly mistaken if you suppose me desirous of hushing...
I John Jay of the City of New York Esqr. Clerk of the Commissioners lately appointed under the...
Tho a Stranger to your Lordship, I take the Liberty of troubling you with the inclosed Petition...
In a Town filled with Politics, and with a Mind crouded with many indigested Ideas, I have taken...
I was much surprised last Evening on being informed that in your speech of yesterday at the...
The Rec t . of your Letter (which M r Laight kindly forwarded to this Place) was exceedingly...
To the people of Great-Britain, from the delegates appointed by the several English colonies of...
When our common Liberties are invaded, our dearest Rights in Danger, and a whole Continent loudly...
The polite and respectful terms in which you are pleased to communicate your approbation of our...
Providence I confess has conferred Blessings upon me with a liberal hand and my days glide on...
To the Kings most excellent Majesty The Peti Humb Petition of the Freeholders & Freemen of the...
To the people of Ireland. From the Delegates appointed by the United Colonies of New Hampshire,...
I have rec d your Letter of the 28 th Ult. and take the earliest opportunity wh. has offered of...
We are inform d . that a considerable Quantity of Drugs & Medicines are in y r . Possession...
I am much obliged to you for your friendly Letter by M r Fine—his Business will soon be...
I have rec d . your Letter by M r . Clough and you may rely on my paying due Attention to your...