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Permit me, Madam, to lay before you these few lines put together at your request. You may indeed...
I reached this place, Madam, after a ride of 22 hours. I cannot refuse myself the satisfaction of...
I have a thousand apologies to make to you, Madam, for not having troubled you sooner with a...
The Pamphlet I sent You was written in the Boston Gazette between the first Congress in 1774 and...
Permit me to express to you my ackowledgments for the politeness, with which you were pleased to...
I am glad to find you are pleased with the sketches. The exploits of our maratime and naval...
I take the liberty of sending you a republication in the pamphlet form, of a series of papers...
If I did not feel “the faintness of declining days” if my eyes could see and my hands be steady;...
I beg you to accept my grateful acknowledgments for the very polite notice you were pleased to...
I have received your favour of the 15th. Inclosed with this Letter you will find “A Treatise on...