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No, my dear Madam, I have not tasted of the waters of Lethe, nor have the Laws of Nature, been...
I received on Commencement day, your obliging favour of the 11 th: of last month, and should have...
I received by M rs: Atkinson your favour of the 20 th: inst t: which has added not a little to...
I am I believe more than one Letter in your debt; but I feel if possible less inclination than...
I received with great pleasure, my dear Mamma, your favour of the 7 th: inst t: which relieved me...
I have just returned from the Post-Office, where I was in hopes of finding Letters from...
I wrote to my brother Thomas more than a fortnight ago, respecting the warrant, & requesting him...
The stage in which I had engaged a passage for Philadelphia this morning, has gone away by...
I am yet uncertain as to the next point of my departure. But as I do not hear of any opportunity...
I am still waiting for the arrival of Col l: Hamilton whom it is necessary for me to see before...
We have been already ten days in this place, but there has been no opportunity to Boston since...
The day after the date of my last Letter, we dined at M r: Hallowell’s, and were entertained with...
I hear of an opportunity from Rotterdam to Boston, but so lately that I have scarce time to write...
The arrival of the french Army in this Country, as the friends and allies of the Batavian People,...
Your favour of Nov r: 26. Was not quite five months in reaching me. I received it about a week...
We seem to be once more restored to some connection with our own Country; for six months after we...
We have very seldom an opportunity of hearing from you; and still more seldom that of writing you...
Your favour of April 22. marked N. 4. reached me a few days since; I have already acknowledged...
I received yesterday your favour of May 25 th: not numbered but the fifth that has reached me...
Your few lines of August 25 th. were forwarded to me from the Hague by my brother, and though...
You will receive the letter I wrote you during my captivity at Helvoetsluys, where I was detained...
I have the receipt of two Letters from you to acknowledge; the one bearing date September 15. and...
By the present opportunity, I send you a few pamphets which may give you some entertainment in...
The last Letter I wrote you should have gone by the Galen, but from being postponed to the last...
Your favour of January 23 d. by Captain Barnard reached me two or three days ago. I am a little...
The opportunities for writing occur so frequently at this time, and there is so little to say...
You will find by the papers that I send with this letter, what you will perhaps know before the...
I received a few days ago your favour of Feb y: 29. which was doubly grateful to me, as it was...
I begin again to number my letters to you; a practice which I neglected, in writing from England,...
Your letters of May 20. and 25. have both reached me forwarded from London. The latter was...
I have still to thank you for a very few lines addressed to myself, and for about half of a long...
I received a few days ago, your favour of August 10 th. it mentions a previous letter of July 11...
A few days ago, I received a Letter from my father dated at Quincy the 28 th: of October, and...
Though not many days have elapsed since I wrote you last, and I scarcely know what I can write...