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I have been absent on a Journey to Newhaven, or I should sooner have acknowleged the receipt of your letter of the 12th: Ult. As I never doubted that the reports concerning the conversation in question, originated chiefly from that Spirit mentioned in your Postscript, I was gratified by the account you gave me, principally as it enabled me positively to contradict many unfounded assertions...
I have at length the Satisfaction of informing you that my two Plates of American Subjects are finished, and in a Style perfectly satisfactory to me:—I had hopes of sending out their impressions to my subscribers by this Convoy, but it has been impossible to print a sufficient number to deliver to all, and as I can make no distinctions, I must Suffer the whole to wait the next Convoy, when...
In my last, I asserted that Connecticut would continue firm against all efforts of the present factions. Our Freemen’s Meetings are now past; & notwithstanding evry exertion of our Jacobins, their expectations have been wholly disappointed. We are not ripe for revolutions, but are generally decisive adherents to our present governments & our antient institutions. The facts & observations...
Your Friends in this Town were exceedingly disappointed, that they had not the pleasure of seeing You on your return from Philadelphia, but supposed that an Inclination to view a part of Connecticut in which You had not before travelled, & visit the State of Rhode Island, induced You to vary your accustomed route. A report has since been triumphantly circulated, that You changed the course of...
There being a probability that Your Excellency will soon have occasion to nominate a Collector for the Port of New Haven in this State, in the room of Mr Austin, the present holder, I take the Liberty of naming to you Mr Nathan Beers of this City, as a Man well calculated to fill that Office when vacant.—He was an Officer in the American Army during the War—& conducted himself well—He is a Man...
Your Friends in Hartford were exceedingly disappointed, that they had not the Pleasure of Seeing writing or seeing You on your Return from Philadelphia, but supposed, that an Inclination to seeing visit a Part of the State of Connecticut in which you had not travelled, & visit the State of Rhode Island, induced you to vary your accustomed Route. A Report has since been triumphantly circulated,...