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The legislature of Massachusetts, at its last session passed an Act to incorporate certain...
In looking over a number of Delaplaine’s Repository , which was lent to me by Mr. Vaughan, for...
I return you my sincere thanks for the kind opinions reiterated in your letter of the 17th. inst....
Your most kind & approving letter, respecting “the life of James Otis, ” I received the day...
At length I have the pleasure to send you a copy of my life of James Otis . I can hardly express...
I write to ask your leave to make use of two passages from your letter to my father of June 1....
I have some difficulty in fixing on that period in Otis’s career, when he in a manner withdrew...
I took up in a bookstore this morning a work that has just appeared in two volumes entitled “ The...
I received yesterday your kind letter of the 1st instant—Notwithstanding the great weight...
I was very highly gratified by your opinion on the subject of slavery in the new States; its...
I received your favour of yesterday inclosing Judge Sewall’s letter, and the anecdote of Otis,...
Will you receive my respectful congratulations on your having entered the last year of your...
In a short memoir of my Father, prepared for the Volume of the Historical Society now in the...
I have found since I had the honour of writing to you last, a book among my Fathers papers...
You will have been informed before this letter reaches you of the bereavement that has happened...
Having understood that Dr. Townsend whose wife was formerly intimate in the Otis family might...
I asked my Father the evening before I left town on a visit here, if he had written to you as I...
I write to return my thanks for your kind answer to my letter respecting the biography of James...
An indisposition which has considerably impeded my movements for a few weeks past, has prevented...
Though I had no personal views whatever in proposing the Resolve which I had the honor to...
I take the liberty of sending to you the only copy entire , which I possess of the Discourse I...
I was going to trouble you with a letter on the subject of a continuation of the remarks on the...
I set out the first of next week on the journey to the South in execution of a State commission...
An attack of rhumatism which has confined me to my room & kept me in such a feverish, irritable...
My Father has communicated to me your letter of yesterday, which he means to answer particularly...
My Father has done me the favour to Communicate to me, the letters he has received from you on...