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It is my Duty to unbosom myself to Some Friend in Congress, upon whose discretion I can rely, and...
I have in some late Letters opened to You in Confidence the Dangers, which our most important...
What would I have given to have been your Doorkeeper for a few days while you had under...
I hope this will find you in Congress, Supporting your Country and her Friends, where you ought...
The Situation of things in England cannot be too much attended to at this time— The whimsical...
I was in hopes that the Peace would have put Us at ease; but it has not as yet much diminished...
This goes with the Preliminary Treaty between the Crown of G. Britain and the United States of...
I thank You for the Papers and your Card of 22d July. The Letters inclosed I shall send along. My...
It is a long time Since I had a Line from you, and from Sickness, and various Engagements it is...
Broken to Pieces and worn out, with the Diseases engendered by the tainted Atmosphere of...