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In answer to your Letter of the Eighth I can only say that Societies Since as I have never been...
I receive no Letters with So much pleasure as yours and Rushes. The Shortest of them always...
I enclose you sketches of Naval history and a letter from the Author Make what use of them you...
What is common Law in England has been Subject to disputes enough. In Blackstones Commentaries...
Our Boston Rulers must be acknowledged to be profound Politicians. They appear to have Studied...
I will join with Vice President Gerry and Lt. Governor Gray in any reasonable representation. But...
I have just recd your Favour of Yesterday. It has been a Rule of the Government from 1789 to this...
The Charge of “Change of Politicks” hinted in your Letter of the 8th, deserves no other answer...
You ask my Opinion, (if I understand you) whether Duane or General Hull, be the fittest Man for...
In the style of John and Jonathan Bull, I give you a thousand thanks for your letter of the 18th...
Gerry! Gerry! Gerry! You was the last of my Colleagues! I am left alone! It cannot be long before...
I cannot take leave of the Year, without confession of my fault and begging Pardon, A Letter so...
You know not the Feeling I have for you. I wish Mr Cutts and Mr Seaver, may guess right: but you...
Little did I think when I last wrote you, what a monument was erected to me. I have since...
Since there is nothing in human life but Brimborians, that is maginificent nothings, pompous...
I know that Mother Harvard had Power to make D.D. M.D. and LLD as well as Batchelors and Masters:...
Mine Eyes are better. I am angry with you for calling our Navy little. It is the greatest Navy in...
I receive with pleasure, the News of your removal to Cambridge and establishment in Office, in...
I thank you for your favour of Decr 25 And the Extracts inclosed. I regret the loss of your Visit...
I am broke….I am a Bankrupt… Je n’ai rien; Je dois par tout Dans mes affaires Je Suis au but.......
I read, within a few days an Address to General and Governor Gage, from the Barr, and the Name of...
I have written to the President on your Subject. I know not what Weight my opinion has or whether...
As I read the Essays of The elegant Botanist as when they appeared in the Monthly Anthology, with...
No Wonder, that the President has suffered a violent strain. I have spent nine days in the gulph...
In your favour of the 9th of this month, you request a Copy of the first page of your Letter to...
A Visit from you my good Friend, would be a cordial, and if honoured by His Honour would raise my...
The K. of modern Babilon, mentioned in your Letter of the 2d, who was become as a Beast, and...
Your Favour of the 25th is received. I feel much at my Ease under the Lash: as much as Epictetus...
Have you read certain Strictures upon Painters and Paintings, in the Newspapers? what do you...
I have recd your favour of Nov. 20th and regret very much that your Employments would not allow...
Graüs Ingenium dedit Musa. the Greeks refined and polished every thing. The Competition between...
The tumultuous Crowd of Thoughts that rushed into my head as I read your Letter of Yesterday,...
The inclosed letter from Dr Rush will give you good News of your Son. I congratulate you on the...
Your favr is recd. Gallia changefull as a Child at play “now calls in Princes; now drives away,”...
Where the Fine Arts are Studied or practiced there Should be a Trybunal of Criticism always in...
I thank you for Dr Slaughtons Eulogium on Dr Rush.—It is indeed “appropriate, learned and...
Your favour of July 19th is yet unacknowledged. The first page of it, or rather the first part of...
Our country is in a high fever. So in all Europe—so are the four quarters of the globe. Who first...
I am favoured with your Letter of the 28th. Ulto. It has received the recollection of our former...
In answer to your Letter of the 9th. I have only to Say that you may do a s you please with my...
Inter Arma Silent leges, is what We call an old Saying. I hope that Scientiæ will not be added....
I have received your kind and obliging Letter of the second of this month encloseing a polite...
Almost at the moment, when I entered my 79th year I recd. your kind letter, and a valuable...
I rely entirely on the long and agreeable acquaintance between us and the knowledge I have had...
From your very kind reception of Mr Colman I am encouraged to introduce to you another of our...
your kind letter of september 2nd though received in season has not yet been answered or...
On Thursday night I received from the Post Office your favour of October the second. Although it...
I had the honour, this morning to receive your favour from New York of the 30th of November. At...
I have, just now received your favour of the 6th. Who, pray, has injured the Character of...
When the House of Representatives, under the Charter of Charles I “broke out” as Huchinson...