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Do not expect to escape so, I have a hundred if not a thousand letters to write you. which...
I have this moment received your favour of yesterday. In some future Letter I must write you an...
I have Seldom read so much good sense, in so few Words as in your Letter of the 5th. Your...
In my Letters to you, I regard no order. And I think, I ought to make you laugh Sometimes:...
As we have amused ourselves with looking at a few pictures, suppose we should add one more to the...
Liberty Tree in Boston, was a very aged and a very large Elm—in the front yard of Deacon Elliot...
In your last letter you consider me in debt, I will not dispute it. You seem to wish me to write...
I have read your discourse with pleasure, and the notes with terror. they open a field of...
I presume you have read the elegant life of Patrick Henry by Mr. Wirt the Attorney General of the...
Mr William Smith Shaw has lent me the fourth Volume of his political pamphlets, the first tract...