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You moralize so prettily that if I were to judge from some parts of your letter of October 13 I...
I received your Letter dated March the 1st. about a Week ago and It is not more to obey your...
I had the pleasure of Mr Wallace’s Company & your letter on Tuesday last. He left me to Day but...
If I did not love you too well to scold at you I should begin this with upbraiding your long...
I received yours of the 12 August and give you this repeated Testimony of my punctuality. I got...
I have had the gratification of receiving both your letters, and the Pamphlets sent by Wilkinson....
Yours of the 25 of last month came into my hands a few days past. It gave singular pleasure not...
I have another favour to acknowledge in the receipt of your kind Letter of March the 4th. I did...
I am once more got into my native land and into the possession of my customary enjoyments...
The receipt of your’s of the first inst. was peculiarly acceptable to me; the enjoyment of your...
The pamphlets & letters you sent me were safely delivered about ten days after the date of them....
Your very acceptable favours by Mr. Rutherford arrived safe but I perceived by the date, had a...
I intend to throw this in the way of Mr David Hoopes who I hear is setting out for Philada. As it...
This I expect will be delivered to you by the Revd. Mr Samuel Smith who will inform you of every...
I this day received your favor by Mr Hoopes but have not yet got the articles I find came along...
I received another acceptable pledge of your friendship two days ago in a letter dated June 2d....
I received your favor of the 10th. inst. and have since had a sight of the declaration and...
Ca. 21 May 1776 . In “A Memorandum Book,” Bradford noted on 28 May 1776: “This morning I recieved...
An Express being just setting off for Head Quarters, I cannot help imparting to you some very...
I had the pleasure of receiving yours of the 29th.[?] Ulto. by yesterday’s post, and agreeable to...
satisfaction, a visit from I must own as your not any beneficial affects fro[m] a satisfaction...