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I am this far arrived on my way Home. Give Me Leave to introduce to your Notice Mr. George Lux a...
I am well assured that a Supply of Powder is arrived at Statia, so writes Captain Waters on 10th....
I did Myself the Pleasure to write to You from Baltimore Town, relative to two Vessells, which...
I am obliged to you for your Letter of 2nd. Instant. I intirely agree with You in Sentiment as to...
The Business of our provincial Convention draws to a Conclusion, and the Session will end in a...
I left Saratoga last Tuesday and arrived at this place the same afternoon. I expected to find the...
I left Fort George on last Fryday afternoon and arrived at this place yesday Evening. I have just...
I left Ticonderoga last Wesdnesday and arrived at this Fort yesday afternoon. Our Troops were to...
Mr. Chase will excuse the late Neglects and Inattention of Mr. John Adams to him, upon the...
Mr. Bedford put into my Hand this Moment a Card from you, containing a Reprehension for the past,...
To remind our friends of their Inattention and Neglect must give Pain. I am almost angry with...
I received your obliging Favour of the 21st. this Morning, and I thank you for it. Dont be angry...
I thank You for your two Letters of the 17th. and 24th Instant. They were handed to Me in...
Your Favour by the Post this Morning gave me much Pleasure, but the generous and unanimous Vote...
Your Letter of the 1st. conveys both pleasure and Grief. I hope eer this Time the decisive blow...
Mr. Paca can show You the Declaration of our Convention, different from the one in December. We...
Yours of the 5th came to me the 8th. You will see by this Post, that the River is past and the...
I most cordially congratulate You on Your safe Arrival to your Country, Family and Friends. I was...
I had yesterday the Pleasure of your kind Letter of the 2d of this Month. I should not have sat...
I sincerely hope, my dear, and Honored Sir, that this letter will find You at Braintree, in good...
As I consider the Appointment of a Judge, for the fifth Circuit, of very great Importance to the...