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This Evening I have satisfactory Intelligence of the real Embarkation of your very dear Treasure...
I most sincerely rejoice with you on the safe Arrival of Mr. Adams in Spain after so short a...
“Mr. Lovell, do let me entreat you, this thirtieth time, to write a few Lines to Mrs. Adams. Are...
The inclosed Papers will show you how the Business of Mr. A’s Accounts has been conducted—with...
I cannot recollect whether I sent No. 31 before. I promised your Husband to continue to forward...
I have the Mortification of being obliged to tell the amiable Portia that the Council of...
Doctr. Winship left this City Today and has been so kind as to take into his Care two small...
1 Nankin Jacket 1 Brown Coat 1 Flannel Drawers 1 Shirt 2 Stocks 1 Pr. Thread Stockings 1 Pr....
I am too ill to write much. Your Ease of Mind is what I wish to promote by confirming what I have...
My Almanac says that I wrote to you on the 9th. of October, but your Favour of Sepr. 26. received...
I will not omit to acknowledge by this Post the Receipt of your Letter of the 24th. Ulto. because...
In my last I told you that the Case which was brought to my Lodgings for your Benefit did not...
I have at length an Opportunity by Mr. Brown to forward Bills of Exchange; and I only add the...
Yesterday’s Post brought me your Letters of the 10th and 14 with a Copy of March 17. on the...
By your Letter of the 3d. received this day I find that I have lost the Pleasure of having what...
I am to thank you, in my own name, and on the public account, for that exercise of laudable...
Not receiving any Line from you by this day’s post, I recur to your favor of April 3d. already...
Under a Date of Aug. 24 I did myself the Pleasure to endeavour to convey to you later Information...
I send you a Continuance of the Journals. The Printer having lately made a Mistake in the Course...
You will see, lovely Woman, by the Papers which I have sent that we shall have more post...
As the delivery of this Billet cannot be attended with the disagreable allarm which the amiable...
The Gentleman by whom I meant to send the inclosed was obliged unexpectedly to return to...
Yesterday the Letters of Portia of June 24th. and Augst. 19th. came to my hand together, by Post....
The Dates of my Letters connected with the Time of the Receipt of yours are become somewhat...
I hope you are not still without later Dates from Mr. A’s Hand than what we have—Oct. 24. I...
Instead of sending the inclosed to the Navy Board I shall from Time to Time direct them as now,...
It is probable that Genl. Howe will waste the fall of this year between Chesapeak Bay and...
I shall have an excellent Opportunity to send those Articles of yours, which have been long under...
I feared moths—have opened your Goods—aired and shook the Wollens—added good Tobacco leaves and...
Amiable tho unjust Portia! doubly unjust!—to yourself, and to me. Must I only write to you in the...