• Recipient

    • Tudor, William
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    • Revolutionary War
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    • Adams, John


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I have lamented excessively the Want of your Correspondence ever since I have been here. Not a...
I have at last the Pleasure of acknowledging your Favour of the 26. June. I have mourned, week...
We live in Times, when it is necessary to look about Us, and to know the Character of every Man,...
Mr. Lux, Mr. Hopkins, Mr. Smith, with Mr. Cary, all from Baltimore, are bound as Voluntiers to...
I have at last the Pleasure to mention to you what I Suppose Mr. H. has informed you of, before,...
I have received yours of the first of this Instant and am glad to find you have me still in...
I received your kind Letter of the 28th. of Octr.—but yesterday. It was such a Letter as I wish...
I wish you Joy, sir, of your new Abode. I hope you found, the Houses, Wharves &c. &c., in the...
Your Favour by Mr. Palfrey, I received this Evening, and it was the more agreable because it...
Your Favour of May 4th. has lain by me, till this Time unanswered, and I have heard nothing from...