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satisfaction, a visit from I must own as your not any beneficial affects fro[m] a satisfaction...
I had the pleasure of receiving yours of the 29th.[?] Ulto. by yesterday’s post, and agreeable to...
An Express being just setting off for Head Quarters, I cannot help imparting to you some very...
3 June 1776 . In his “Memorandum Book” (see 20 May 1776) Bradford wrote: “As my friend Maddison...
Ca. 21 May 1776 . In “A Memorandum Book,” Bradford noted on 28 May 1776: “This morning I recieved...
20 May 1776 . In “A Memorandum Book and Register, for the months of May & June 1776,” now in the...
I received your favor of the 10th. inst. and have since had a sight of the declaration and...
I wrote to you last week by the post. Mr Smith gives me an opportunity of sending you a few more...
I did intend to have delayed writing to you till Mr Smith’s return to Virginia; but I believe...
I received another acceptable pledge of your friendship two days ago in a letter dated June 2d....
I have two of your epistolary favours to acknowledge[,] the one handed to me by the Revd Mr...
I this day received your favor by Mr Hoopes but have not yet got the articles I find came along...
Though the business that at present surrounds me on every side, makes writing inconvenient, yet I...
This I expect will be delivered to you by the Revd. Mr Samuel Smith who will inform you of every...
I intend to throw this in the way of Mr David Hoopes who I hear is setting out for Philada. As it...
I would have answered your most acceptable epistle of the 20 Jany had not the conclusion given me...
Your very acceptable favours by Mr. Rutherford arrived safe but I perceived by the date, had a...
Agreeable to your request I waited on Mr Dunlap & stopd your paper [?] ours now follows [?] [ Got...
The pamphlets & letters you sent me were safely delivered about ten days after the date of them....
My silence has been long & perhaps you will tell me unkind; but I plead your release from strict...
The receipt of your’s of the first inst. was peculiarly acceptable to me; the enjoyment of your...
I am sorry to find your letter confirms the accounts we have received of the depredations of the...
I am once more got into my native land and into the possession of my customary enjoyments...
I have another favour to acknowledge in the receipt of your kind Letter of March the 4th. I did...
I purposely delayed answering yours of January 24th to this time that I might be better able to...
Yours of the 25 of last month came into my hands a few days past. It gave singular pleasure not...
The gratefull manner in which you mention the few trifles I sent you gives me a most sensible...
I have had the gratification of receiving both your letters, and the Pamphlets sent by Wilkinson....
Your last reached me in a very happy time as I was on the point of determining what profession I...
I received yours of the 12 August and give you this repeated Testimony of my punctuality. I got...
I was on the point of expostulating with you for you[r] long silence when I receiv’d your[s] of...
If I did not love you too well to scold at you I should begin this with upbraiding your long...
I have just returned here from Philada where I have been this week past in a constant hurry...
I had the pleasure of Mr Wallace’s Company & your letter on Tuesday last. He left me to Day but...
Tis with pleasure I find myself able to give you ample information concerning your Nassovian...
I received your Letter dated March the 1st. about a Week ago and It is not more to obey your...
You will pardon me for not writing sooner when I inform you that ever since I received your...
You moralize so prettily that if I were to judge from some parts of your letter of October 13 I...
FC (Historical Society of Pennsylvania). The RC is not known to exist. Given below is the text of...