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My Son in law Benjamin D. Greene Esq of Boston, with his lady, and another of my daughters are...
Circumstances of a very unexpected character having recently connected me with Harvard University...
Ever since I had the honor to receive, your Excellency’s answer to my last Letter, relative to...
Your worthy Lady has been so good as to lend me a Pamphlet printed at Philadelphia intituled...
Letter not found: from Josiah Quincy, 7 April 1776. On 25 April GW wrote to Quincy : “Your favour...
Your obliging Letter of Yesterday was handed to Me this Morning by General Wards Son: The Fleet...
Nothing less than an inveterate nervous head ach, has prevented my paying in person, those...
Since the sudden and unexpected burning of the Houses upon Dorchester Neck, I have been...
A number of my Neighbours who are present, and in the Names of the rest who are absent, desire me...
Since I was honoured, with your Excellency’s obliging Answer to my Letter of the 31st Ulto, the...
My worthy and dear Friend Doctr Franklin, the honble Mr Bowdoin, Doctr Winthrop, and Doctr...
I have now before me your obliging Letter of the 6th: Instant. It came to hand with another for...
Under my adverse Circumstances, I stood, and still stand in great Need of your Advice; and am...
Your amiable Lady tells me, you have often complained of your Friends not writing to you. I...
18 May 1774. Report of the Committee on Proposals for Boston’s conduct under the Port Act. No Dft...
To his Excellency Thomas Hutchinson Esqr. the Honorable his Majesty’s Council and the honble....