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During a long illness, from which I am not yet recovered, the reveries which usually amuse sick...
I am constrained to write you this letter, by having seen in the news papers an extract of a...
When I first wrote to you on the private subject, I supposed that Col o Nicholas had left at...
Nothing can be better, nor more conformable to my wishes, than the mode you mention of learning...
I hope you will excuse the liberty I am about to take, when I assure you that I have no other...
I am sorry you terminated your strictures upon my Enquiry because it is probable that I may...
A bad state of health, the diagnostick of which evidently is, that I must ’ere long shake hands...
I drop you a line to apprise you of an error in numbering your letters. Numbers 23 & 25 have been...
I am told that very high credentials are in the Secretary of State’s office in favour of my old...
I return you with regret your pamphlet printed in 1776, in the form of a letter to a friend. The...