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I thank you for this respectfull Address. The Existence of the Independence of any Nation, cannot...
I have received your favor of the 17th & thank you for the information & opinion you give me...
I have recd with great pleasure your favour of the fifth. Of the Book which my Enemy has written...
In your late Letter you intimate that a certain Gentleman is not a Friend to the present...
Thank you for your favour of 30 Nov. No reply will be made while I am a public Man—Perhaps none...
It is plain from Mr. Hamiltons pamphlet & from all the writings against the negotiation with...
I had last night, yours of the 24th.—The Anxiety of the two Setts of Persons you mention is eer...
I thank you for your favour of the 9th. You ask, if it is true that Hamilton and Burr are on an...
“You ‘never profoundly admired Mr. H.’ I have suggested some hints in his favor. You ‘never...
I thank you for your kind Letter of the fifth—of this month—which—our meritorious friend Mr....