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I enclose you a small publication which contains an account of a new auxillary or palliative...
Yrs. of June 21st. came safe to hand. I shall reply to it give you the echo of it in a few days....
Wealth, respect and friendship! from your grateful and affectionate friend. War with the “great...
In Contemplating the facility with which our Once chaste & vi mistress “American liberty” admits...
“Great men (says Lord Bacon) have neither Ancestors nor posterity.” This, you and I know is not...
“salus, honor et bonus Appetitus.” to use the Words of Molière— from Dear sir ever / Yrs MHi :...
“Arma, Cestusque”, parmamque “repono,” upon the offensive subject of one of my late letters to...
I enclose you four numbers of Duane’s paper. They contain a good deal of matter relative to the...
Every moment of Amusement that I am able to afford you, is an Addition to my happiness, for which...
When a young man I read Sidney upon government. In one of his Chapters, he agitates the following...
Your letter of August 1st is still unanswered. It is full of truth, and useful information and...
Although for many years past I have read nothing, but books upon medicine on week days, & upon...
Your two letters of yesterday & to day have made me serious. They discover a profound knowledge...
Herewith th r ough the politeness of Mr Quincy you will receive the Coins for your son. I regret...
Act 1. Scene 2nd. Mr Adams alone in his Study. Enter B Rush. A: Aye Rush is that you? What is...
I began a long & confidential letter to you two weeks ago upon the Subject of one of your late...
Mr Jefferson and I exchange letters Once in six, nine or twelve Months. This day I received a few...
I return you Col Smiths & Dr Waterhouse’s letters The former is replete with good Sense. Alas!...
Accept of my thanks for your last letter.—I enclose you a few numbers of the Aurora. Shall we...
You have so far outdreamed me in your last letter, that I shall be afraid hereafter to let my...
All my family rejoice with yours in the happy issue of the operation performed upon Mrs Smiths...
My printer and my patients have kept me So busy for some Weeks past that I have fallen in Arrears...
In One of my letters written some time ago, I informed you that my eldest son had killed a...
My son Richard who has been a customer for the Aurora ever since he lived at the Jersey College,...
You may tell your friend Mr Cranch that I included my Correspondent among the men who were so...
I am now Attending a daughter of Mr Mathew Careys. In One of my Visits to her, I mentioned your...
I put the papers you sent me into the hands of Mr Carey. Some of them will be published in an...
Alas! What a difference between your last, and former letters!—Instead of being charmed with the...
I am much pleased with the Specimen you have given of the Use of your Wings upon a certain...
My son Ben sent me a quarter Cask of Old muscat Wine as a present from the Isle of Samos. The...