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Mr Adams will Stay, at home, for the Gentleman in No. 10, whom he will receive at ten o Clock,...
I am very much obliged to you, for the Trouble you have kindly taken in Sending me Gazettes,...
I regularly recieve the Newspapers, but have not recieved the Books or Pamphlets of any kind. If...
I have received yours of the 17. with its Inclosure and that of the 22d.—and thank you for both....
The Bundle by Mr. B romfield I received, and one or two Parcells since. Yesterday I received the...
Yours of the 24. 27 and 31. Ultimo came altogether last night. The Note in that of 27 is of much...
Give me Leave to trouble you, to Send me two Newspapers, the General Advertiser and the Morning...
Yours of 6 and 10 are received. Upon what Principle is it, that they confine Mr. L. as a Prisoner...
The People on your Side, Seem determined to revenge themselves for the Loss of their Power, on...
I am lodged at Mr. Henry Schorns in this City, to which place you may direct your Letters, for...