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Braintree, October 1759. Printed: JA, Diary and Autobiography Diary and Autobiography of John...
I am very willing to join with you, in renouncing the Reasoning of some of our last Letters....
You have perhaps expected from me (according to the Custom of the World) some Expressions of my...
For so I must call you, tho your late Behaviour, in Point of Ill Nature, and Jealousy, has...
I confess I was in Hopes, that after the Repeal of the ever memorable Stamp Act, The People of...
As It is my Design to write a good deal to you, before I have done, So I have gained favour in...
Please to insert the following. In your first Treatise, I find these Words, “Whatever tends to...