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Amsterdam, October 4, 1780, wrote to Mr. Dumas—“I should be glad to see a copy of the dispatches...
I have received your pleasing letter of Sept. 12. Your Situation is indeed delightful: But I hope...
Answer my Lettr Letters at your Leisure. Give yourself no concern. I write as for a refuge and...
If G. B. did not mean to acceed to the Russian mediation G. B. has acted the part of a Jocky, or...
WE will now return to Mr. Laurens, on the correspondence upon other subjects. On the 14th of...
Can you give me any Information, concerning A. G. Camus ? Is he a Chateaubriand ? or a Marquis...
Upon the representations of Mr. Quincy, I made, through him, to Mr. Elwyn, the agent of Lewis...
Your letter; dear Sir, of May 6. had already well explained the Uses of grief, that of Sep. 3....
I thank you for your favor of the 5th and the two valuable Pamphlets inclosed. The speech I read...
I received your favour of the 12th. You propose to me an abridgement of my works. Some fifty five...
Mr Denny is the principal writer in the portfolio. He is precluded from introducing politicks...
Another of our friends of 76. is gone, my dear Sir, another of the Co-signers of the independance...
Everÿ mail I flattered my Self to receive a Line from Mount Wallaston, till I received your...
By our post preceding that which brought your letter of May 21. I had recieved one from mr...
Though your Letters give me great Pleasure, I Should regret the Receipt even of your favour of...
The Pamphlet I lent you and the Letters from Governor Mackean you may retain for the time you...
I have more to Say, on Religion. For more than Sixty Years I have been attentive to this great...
Forty three volumes read in one year, and 12. of them quartos! dear Sir, how I envy you! half a...
You know my vanity and therefore are probably surprized that I have not before this transmitted...
Ἴδαν ἐς πολύδενδρον ἀνὴρ ὑλητόμος ἐλθὼν, Παπταίνει, παρέοντος ἄδην, ποθεν ἄρξεται ἔργου· Τί...
I have received your respectful letter of the 21 March. It is not now necessary for me to say any...
I perceive by your Letter of the 7th. that Mr Hay is married to a beautiful little girl, that I...
I sincerely thank you for your kind letter of the 15th— It always affords me the highest...
The Old Folk, returning last Evening from an Airing which has become daily necessary for both, to...
I forgot in my last to remark, a very trifling Inaccuracy in yours of June 27 th . The Letter...
A very fortunate day to write to you, My dear Sir, and especialy on a Subject, without which my...
I have a Curiosity to learn Something of the Character Life and death of a Gentleman, whose name...
Your favour of July 19th is yet unacknowledged. The first page of it, or rather the first part of...
I thank you for your for two Letters from the Valley; one dated October 4th. the other November...
1780, November—wrote to Mr. Jennings: “I have received yours of the first. Will you be so good as...
Not a line—not a Letter from Mount Wollaston Since that of July 5th with a note of Mrs A—I will...
The Biography of M r Vander Kemp would require a Volume which I could not write if a Mil l ion...
The resolution mentioned in my last of Holland and West Friesland, is as follows— Extract of the...
By this time we were pretty well convinced that the coalition cabinet would do nothing by treaty,...
Your Letter of the 16th. would occupy me for 12 months, when I know not that I have 12 days to...
Letters! What Shall I Say of Letters? Pliny’s are too Studied and too elegant. Cicero’s are the...
How Shall I? How can I express my Obligations to you? My Time, thoughts, labours are all Spent in...
AMSTERDAM, 26th April, 1782—The following note to Mr. Hodshon, omitted in the order of its date...
I am desirous of knowing whether you ever received from me a parcel of selected News-papers, and...
My last letter contained the journal of the 19th of June, 1783, and completes the copy of that...
Your Letter of Oct. 14 has greatly obliged me. Tracys Analysis, I have read once; and wish to...
Although I have no recollection, that I ever met you more than once in Society; and that I...
I received yesterday your new Edition on Animal Life and Madam read it in the evening to me and...
In my first personal interview with Mr. Jay in private, between him and me alone, that minister...
I will not delaÿ to answer your favour of the 10th, with which I was again gratified—I was...
I have received your kind letter of the 13th. of this month, with Emotions like those of two old...
I rec d yesterday your favour of may 27 th . I lament with you the loss of Rush . I know of no...
Your favour of the 28th. Ult: was duly received, tho’ with more delay, than usually attends the...
I have it now in my power to send you a piece of homespun in return for that I recieved from you....
In giving the history of the Controversies in which I was engaged in the military hospitals, and...