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I remember, that Bishop Burnet in a Letter he once wrote to Lady Rachell Russell the virtuous...
I thought myself greatly honoured, by your most polite and agreable Letter of January the...
I have been, the happiest Man, these two Days past, that I know of, in the World. I have compared...
Your Favour, by my Friend Collins, never reached me till this Evening. At Newport, concluding to...
I received, this day with great Pleasure your Favour of the Twelfth and fourteenth Instant —and...
I had the Pleasure of yours of Novr. 4th several Days ago. You know Madam, that I have no...
Your Friend insists upon my Writing to you, and altho I am conscious it is my Duty, being deeply...
Not untill Yesterdays Post, did your agreable Favour of March the Tenth, come to my Hands. It...
A few days ago I had the Pleasure of your obliging letter of the 15 of October. It came by the...
A few days ago, I was favoured with your obliging Letter of 29 July, and am much obliged to the...
It is not long Since I received your Favour of the 24 of July—and a wandering unsettled Life,...
Your Favour of the 25 of October never reached me till to day, but it has given me great Pleasure...
It is but a very few days, Since I received your Letter of the 4. of May, which affored me, as...
Your Favour of the 1 st. of June, has not, I fear been answered. I have indeed been very happy...
My Son would go home, very improperly without a Letter to M rs Warren, whose Virtues and...
I am much obliged to you for your Letter and refer you to General Warren for what respects your...
I am much obliged to you for your Letter and refer you to General Warren for what respects your...
I this day received your Favour of April 8 th , and Sincerely condole with you under the Loss of...
I this day received your Favour of April 8 th. and Sincerely condole with you under the Loss of...
The Sack of Rome has so much Merit in itself that for the honour of America, I should wish to see...
Your friendly letter of the third and twentieth of February, I did not receive till Saturday...
A little before my departure from Braintree I received your favour inclosing a letter from Mrs....
Yesterday I had the pleasure of receiving your favour of September the 24th with an elegant copy...
By the last post I received your letter of January 17: and was as much surprised at the...
By the last post I received your letter of January 17: and was as much surprised at the...
I received, with much pleasure, late, the last evening your kind Letter of the 28th. of the...
My Answer to Mrs Warrens Question Shall be as prompt and frank as hers can be to mine Napoleones...
As it is neither consistent with my Principles, Disposition or habits, upon any misunderstanding...
In the 392 Page of the third Volume of your History you say that “After Mr Adams’s return from...
In the 131 and 132 page of the first Volume of your History, you are pleased to say that John...
In the 135th. Page of your Second Volume, you State that in 1778 Mr John Adams of the State of...
Had I really been disgusted and mortified at my Treatment by Congress which in fact I was not,...
In your third Volume page 169, you say that “on the twenty Second of April 1782, Mr. Adams was...
More demonstrations of your Friendship for Mr Adams appear in the 229 page of the third Volume....
In order to give you all the Authentic Documents necessary to explain the Remarks I have made...
In the 306 page of your first Volume there are certain Traits that I had overlooked. “Richard...
“Pride of Talents and much Ambition were undoubtedly combined in the Character of the President,...
Permit one to enclose to you a Packet from my old Friend Governor M Kean: and a dialogue of the...
I have been much to blame for neglecting to acknowledge your obliging favour of Sept 12th. I am...
I send you a curiosity. Mr M Kean, is mistaken in a day or two, the final vote of Independence,...
If weak Eyes and weaker fingers had not requird more time to write a Line than was once necessary...
I thank you Madam for your obliging Letter of the 10th whether my life shall be Spared to se the...
I have certified in the book in the Atheneum that to my certain Knowledge, The Group was written...