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Sometime in September last I wrote to You, and am not a little anxious to know whether you...
Yesterday Our Independance was celebrated in a decent yet joyful Manner—a solid Joy possessed...
My Letter of the 1st. of May last gave You some Account of the Proceedings of the Convention, the...
In my last I informed You of the Enemy’s taking a Post in Virginia. At that Time they were in...
We hear of your being at Philadelphia and wish You a comfortable Session there. The spring is now...
I wrote to You about the 17 or 18th. of last Month which suppose You have received. Yesterday...
I am told that a Vessell will this Day sail for Holland. I know not how to neglect so fair an...
Our vast Extent of Territory requires a great Land Forrce to defend it. The Spirit of Commerce...
I wrote to you last Week by Mr. Thos. Russell who was to set out for Philadelphia on Monday last....
You have no Doubt long before this heard of the unhappy Fate of Charlestown, its Destruction by...
Yours of July 2d. I received being the first, since you left America. I rejoice at the Success of...
In the latter End of July and beginning of Novr. last I wrote to You. Am uncertain by whom the...
Last Week I received Yours of July the 20th. also Dr. Rushs Letter on Inoculation for which You...
I wrote to You last March also in June, the former by Capt. McNeil who had the Misfortune to be...
Soon after the Removal of our Enemies from Boston, I sat myself down to write You the Proceedings...
Our Spring was cold and Wet, Our Summer fruitful and the Fall forbodes a plentiful Harvest. We...
I this day received your Favour of the 17th. Augst. Ultimo. I find that your mind is much...
If ever Wisdom Fortitude Patience & Perseverance were necessary, they were peculiarly so in the...
Yours of the 30th. of June came safe to Hand. A particular Answer to Your several Queries, for...
I wrote to You the latter End of last July which I hope You have received before this Time, by...
Since my last to you, nothing very important has occurd. The Skirmish near Long Island, You have...
The News of your Arrival at Paris gave us great Joy. Before your Letters reached America, the...
May 19. It thunderd early this Morning and raind about 7 or 8. About 9 a Darkness came on...
The Autumn of 1779 was the most pleasant and agreable for its Fertility and the Mildness of the...