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Your Letter of the 9 th , gave me great Pleasure as it discovers a curiosity that is laudable and...
I wish you to take of Berry and Rogers as handsome a set of my Defence as you can find and packet...
The pamphlet you have been so kind as to send me has met with much approbation here. The boldness...
I have put off writing to you from post to post in hopes of hearing from some of the family that...
After a very fatiguing and a very anxious jaunt, I have returned from Albany with my Certificate...
I have this day opened an office in Hanover square. The situation is as eligible as any in the...
It is a long time since I have heard from you although I have not omitted writing. I hope it is...
I congratulate you on your Admission to the Bar and your taking Possession of an Office in So...
Some years since you was so kind as to purchase for your children a certain tract of Land in...
I had yesterday the honor of receiving your kind letter of the fifth. Our electors have returned...
I have rec d from you one Letter and no more Since I left N. York. Your Electors appear like a...
I am very sorry that M r Bull has been so very dilatory that I received the horses but a day or...
on the Commencement of the new Year I wish you health, honour, Profit and Pleasure through the...
I yesterday received your affectionate letter of the first instant. In return for your kind...
I received your favor of the 29 th yesterday I had sold the horses the day before for £70:. The...
I have not answered your favour of 31. of Jan. nor that which announced the Arrival of your...
I have this moment received your kind favor of the 17 th. I am not ignorant that dayly abuse is...
I had the Pleasure of receiving your favour of the 1 st. on Saturday night: by your Brother, who...
It is sometime since I have written to you but still longer since I have had a line from my dear...
It is with great pleasure I hear that my brother is appointed to speak the town Oration, on the...
I thank you for your, agreable Letter of the 29. Ult. Your Brother is destined to be celebrated...
I received the copies of your Oration by M r Atkinson for which I give you my own and the thanks...
By Colonel Smith who setts out for Boston tomorrow I have the pleasure of addressing a few lines...
The very interesting situation of our Country at present cannot fail to call forth the serious...
The Revolution in France is commonly Said to be without Example in the History of Mankind: But...
I received your favour of the 16 th yesterday. I am sorry that from what I said in my last to you...
The Papers, furnish Us this Evening with more flowers of Jacobinical Rhetorick from New York....
The effusions of our Jacobin spirit had been smothered if some evil minded person in Philadelphia...
This morning I rec d your agreable Letter of the 30. Ult.—I wish you would explain to me what you...
Your excellent letters have been duly received. I have been much instructed by them. The...