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I have this morning received your manly letter of 25 th Ult.— I had long intended to write you...
Those Letters which I was directed to Copy and deliver to M r. Cary for insertion in his...
In my last Letter I promised to transmit the Result of the Town meetings which have been lately...
Your kind favor of the 11 th: reached me some time since. The reasons you assign for delaying...
I am requested by M r: Dobson to enquire of you what disposition you desire to be made of your...
I have procured the Warrant from the Treasury for the payment of D 1250. and taken two Orders on...
After repeated, tho’ unsuccessful attempts to procure the letters, which I was informed by my...
The return of some Gentlemen of the Philadelphia Bar gives me an opportunity of droping you a few...
In our Journey from West Chester to this place we lodged at Strasburg, a German Village 9 miles...
Your letter of the 10 has come to hand; I arrived at Lancaster a few hours before it; of course...
I was a little disappointed in not finding a letter for me in the Post Office of this place upon...
I arrived in Philad a: on Sunday Morn g & was not a little disappointed at finding you had taken...
Your kind Letter by my Brother was delivered a few days since; as the proposal it contains is of...
I once more wish you a prosperous Voyage an honourable Conduct and a happy Life. Remember your...
I embrace the earliest opportunity to acquaint you of our safe & happy arrival at this place...
By the Ship John, Capt n. Duer I gave you information of our safe arrival at London, and I now...
You have lost the Opportunity of sharing in the Glory of some of your Friends in this City, who...
The rumor’s of peace have almost totally subsided; those still in circulation deserve as little...
Your Letter of the 19 of October from London gave me great Joy and all your other Friends of whom...
Your kind Letters of Nov. 2. and Dec r 20 are before me. You will Soon learn the meaning of the...
Your favor of the 11 th: Feb y reached me on the 29 th: ult o: ; being the first direct...
I last Week at Philadelphia rec d your kind Letter of April by Capt n Boadge, and it has been a...
The flattering reception which my Letters have met with from you, and the expressions of...
I owe you a volume, & the certainty that I have not time to compile it at present is more...
M r Hindman of Maryland has requested a Letter from me, for M r Richard Cook of Anapolis, who...
It is a long time Since I have rec d a Letter from you and it is too long Since I have written to...
I am extreamly sorry to hear that you have been ill of your old Complaint: but was somewhat...
It is a long time Since I have rec d any Letter from you, and the Report that you have had a...
It was no longer ago than Yesterday that I received your kind Letter of the 14. of December last,...
Upon my file of unacknowledged letters, I find three from you, the last of which is of the 7 th:...