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The patriotism of the bearer, Capt. Gustavus Fellowes I believe has never been suspected, by long...
I have received your kind letter of the fifth of this month by the hand of Capt Gustavus Fellows....
Recllecting in my youthfull days to have freequently smoak’d what was than Call’d a thanksgiving...
I received your friendly letter of the 30 July a few days ago. The People of America in general...
Although possibly the last to declare, yet be assured, that we the Second Regiment, in first...
I thank you for your unanimous Address adopted at Wiscassett in the County of Lincoln at a...
Mrs. Cunningham is very much troubled on account of a certain paper she address’d to you some...
Last night I received your favor of the 23d and I hasten to give you an answer. The paper...
It is intended with the leave of Providence to settle a Gospel Minister in this Town, the...
I sent you, from Dedham, a copy of my Oration. Since my return home I have made diligent but...
I received on Saturday your favor of the 25—had before received the copy of your oration, which...
I duly received your esteemed favor of the 28 ult. More valuably as I know your time is employed,...
I have ascertained that Mr. Adams’s Sermon at the Dudleian Lecture was not published; a copy was...
I ought to acknowledge my fault in having two of your kind letters to answer at once. I return...
I duly received your esteemed favor of the 16th Ult. I assure you, without reserve, that I shall...
I have received your favour of the 15th: with its inclosures. I thank you for the outline as well...
The unusual obstructions to travelling prevented my receiving your esteemed favor of the 24th....
Your favor of the 9th. is received. I beg you would not say a word about me in relation to the...
I indulged in this pleasure the 9th Inst., in reply to your esteemed favor of the 24th of...
In a Letter which I had the pleasure, some time since, to receive from you, you expressed some...
The papers to No. 6, which you mention in your kind letter of the 19th I have never seen nor...
The papers, to which you have obligingly ask’d a more particular reference, were published in the...
The information in your last letter, to look in the Palladium for certain speculations, is very...
Anxious as I am for the due appreciation by the publick of the merits of Mr. J.Q.A. the...
The letter of General Washington would have remained in obscurity forever, as far as I know, as...
To my letter of the 22d. ult. I have not been favoured with an answer; indeed my expectations of...
The person who carried to the office my the letter which I had the pleasure to write to you the...
I have your favour’s of the 12th and 16th: of the month. The letter of President Washington...
Your favour of the 25th. ult. came duly to hand. What you have already confided to me concerning...
I had the pleasure to write you the 3d. inst. I follow it with this to make the explanation of...
I laughed when I read your Expectation, that what you had written on J. Q. A. would be printed. I...
Since I enjoyed the pleasure of addressing you on the 10th. inst. I have seen two numbers of the...
I have received your favour of the 13th. inst. and give you my thanks for the offer of the 2d. &...
Enclosed is a News-paper containing, under the Worcester head, a copy of some remarks made at a...
I have your favours of December 17, and 21st. I hope you will not insinuate a comparison between...
The last letter, which I had the honour to receive from you, dated January 3d, I have before...
I received, on the last day of December, the 2d. and 3d. volumes of the Defence, for which I...
I have your favour of 14 ult. The Mirror was never read—and if it ever should be it will be...
The last Letter which I had the honour to receive from you, dated Jan. 3d. I have before...
The complaint in your favour of the 11th, of the refusal to publish your Chathams, is no suprise...
Your favours of the 11th. and 14th. inst. came both to hand to-day. I have only time, by this...
Inclosed you will find a phillipic of our angry, pevish, fretful Prophet Jonah. His anger is his...
I wrote to you under the date of the 20th. inst. and sent it to the post office, but arriving...
I have yours of Feb. 20 and 23. The inclosed five sheets are the rough draught, which I have...
On the first of the month I received your favour of the 22d. ult. with a copy of a speech of a...
My solicitude to see your strictures upon Mr. Pickering’s Letter was satisfied by the last mail....
I have received your favours of March 11 and 14th. In answer to the first I wish to know whether...
I know not when my sensibilities have been more exquisitely touched than they were by the perusal...
I received your favour of March 31 in due time: But I am become all at once and very unexpectedly...
I was duly favoured with yours of the 24th. ult. The species of sensibility excited by your...