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When a young man I read Sidney upon government. In one of his Chapters, he agitates the following...
It would be well, if legislators were taught before they begin to legislate, that there are...
I am much pleased with the Specimen you have given of the Use of your Wings upon a certain...
My son Richard who has been a customer for the Aurora ever since he lived at the Jersey College,...
I enclose you three numbers of Duane’s papers that you may see in what manner the late news from...
“salus, honor et bonus Appetitus.” to use the Words of Molière— from Dear sir ever / Yrs MHi :...
I send you herewith some more of Col Duane’s papers. You will perceive in One of them proposals...
I enclose you four numbers of Duane’s paper. They contain a good deal of matter relative to the...
Although for many years past I have read nothing, but books upon medicine on week days, & upon...
“Great men (says Lord Bacon) have neither Ancestors nor posterity.” This, you and I know is not...
Who were the ancestors and posterity of Homer, Demosthenes, Plato and Aristotle? who were the...
Philadelphia Decemr: 5th: 1809 I picked up some time ago a magazine in which I met with a revival...
Accept of my thanks for your last letter.—I enclose you a few numbers of the Aurora. Shall we...
With this letter you will receive a bundle of Auroras, and another of the same size by the post...
In One of my letters written some time ago, I informed you that my eldest son had killed a...
Every moment of Amusement that I am able to afford you, is an Addition to my happiness, for which...
Wealth, respect and friendship! from your grateful and affectionate friend. War with the “great...
I have no objection to your knowing that by the “great hammer of the earth” I meant Napoleon....
In Contemplating the facility with which our Once chaste & vi mistress “American liberty” admits...
Mr Denny is the principal writer in the portfolio. He is precluded from introducing politicks...
Hate on, & call upon all the pedagouges in Massachussets to assist you with their hatred of me,...
I enclose you a small publication which contains an account of a new auxillary or palliative...
We read of Hurricane Months in the West Indies. Men of business are exposed to them no less than...
I thank you for you son’s pamphlet. Much as I loath political discussions of all kinds, I was...
All the Coins are in readiness; and Subject to your order. At present no Opportunity of sending...
Herewith th r ough the politeness of Mr Quincy you will receive the Coins for your son. I regret...
Act I. Scene I. Mr: Adams’s Study Mr A: Who is there? Dr: R—a friend— A—Walk in.—Ah! Rush is that...
Act 1. Scene 2nd. Mr Adams alone in his Study. Enter B Rush. A: Aye Rush is that you? What is...
Yrs. of June 21st. came safe to hand. I shall reply to it give you the echo of it in a few days....
The 4th of July has been celebrated in Philada: in the manner I expected. The military men, and...