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This will be handed you by a person who will insure the welcome did it come from one who has much...
I thank you sir for your favour of the 13 th Decmber. I take up my pen to acknowledge it, & to...
After long Expecting that Pleasure I was Gratifyed about four days since by the Receipt of a very...
The account of your sons arrival you will have from Himself.— the pleasure his Friends receive...
While in the silent watches of the Last night I was Contemplating the Vicissitudes of Life, the...
While in the silent watches of the Last night I was Contemplating the Viccissitudes of Life, the...
You Sir, have been so long absent from your native Country that you can scarecely realize its...
The most of my leasure hours since I have resided on the Hill at Milton have been devoted to my...
I thank my dear M rs Adams for M rs Montagues observation, on the writings of shakespear which I...
one line by my son inquires after the health of my Friend, at Braintree. do you begin to feel at...