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It is often Said in this Country, “We have nothing to gain by this War.” But who is to gain? If...
It is a long Time Since I have rec d a Line from you, or written you. How go on Affairs on your...
Englishmen surely are possessed too much of the Spirit of Commerce, & are too perfect Masters of...
I have received your Favour, written after your Return from Spa and am very glad you had so...
Yours of 25: is just come to hand. The Letters inclosed shall be sent, with mine. As to...
Your favour of the 24, is just come to Hand. Your Congratulations on the publick acknowledgment...
I am honoured with yours of the 14. You might well Smile at the Supposition that I know nothing...
M r Storer, whom you know, will deliver you this, but whether he will find you at Brussells or...
I last night received a Letter from a Member of Congress, which informs me, that Congress have...
I have to acknowledge the Receipt of three excellent Letters—one of the first, the other of the...
I have recd your favours of 14 and 26. I thank you for the Extract, and hope you will discover by...
I am almost ashamed to acknowledge, after ten days, the receipt of your favor of the 18th, and to...
Your’s of the 22d have just recieved. I wrote You a Line the 22d. Am happy to find that We agree...
Your Letter from Antwerp, of the 5th. which I received last night by Mr. Douglas, was very...
I have recieved yours of the first. Will You be so good as to explain to me, what is meant by...
I am happy to find by your favor of the 23 d. that You are safely arrived after a good Journey....
Have just received yours of the 9th and I thank you. Waynes Agreement is thus explained. Gen....
The more I reflect upon the late Revolution in the British Ministry the more I am Struck, with...
Yours of June 2d., I have just now received that of 27. May I duely received and the other...
I have taken my Pen, Simply, to thank you for Several excellent Letters, for the Pamphlets by Mr...
I thank You for your favour of the 20th. of November. I am really weary of reading such Follies...
I have this day the Honour of yours of 5. It would be unwise in Congress, to neglect any Effort...
With great pleasure have I recieved yours of the 19th, with its Inclosures. I wish I could answer...
I have the Honour of yours of 12. Your accounts from Paris coincide with mine, and make me happy....
Yours of the 6 and 12 of April are before me. The last received to day. I thank you, sir, for so...
I threatened you with a great deal of Egotism for the public good. I was chosen by my native Town...
Yours of June 6. is just arrived, with its Inclosure. From the first day of my acquaintance with...
Your Favour of 24 is received. I wish that Madrid would put an End to Husseys and Cumberlands...
Your excellent Letter of the nineteenth I have recieved. Your feelings I find are in Unison with...
I have just received the Court Gazette with Clintons Proclamations. I would give any Thing I had...
Yours of the 15 reached me, Yesterday. I am waiting here in anxious Expectation of the new...
I have this Moment your Letter from Brussells of the 19th of this Month, and I thank You for your...
I have recieved with great pleasure yours of the 5th. I have certainly seen those extremes of...
Your two Letters containing the Anecdote and the Preliminaries have been recd., and You have seen...
What are We to infer from the Indecision of the present Ministers?— Do they expect to draw their...
In the 116 page of the inclosed Mercury, you will find the Strictures upon Lord G. Germaines...
I am honoured with yours of 5. You will honour and oblige me much sir, by your Thoughts upon the...
The Bearer of this Mr. Winslow Warren, is the Son of my Friend Major General Warren of the...
Mr. Bowdoin, a gentleman of Virginia, is passing through Brussells in his Way to France. He is a...
You have very much obliged me, by the Act and the Bill. It is to the last degree Astonishing to...
I am ashamed to acknowledge that I received your kind Letter, in due time, and have not answered...
I have only time at present, to beg the favour of you, to procure the inclosed, to be inserted in...
Yours of 31. Jan. is arrived. A Courier is arrived from Petersburg, who carried the Notice of Sir...
I am very much obliged to you for your excellent Letter of the 14 of this Month. As The British...
This Moment I received yours of the 16 as it is dated, but I suppose was the 10. You cannot...
I have received yours of the 22. Will you be so kind as to give me the Address of your Nephew,...
I have received yours of 22, with the Letter, which I return, unable to comprehend the meaning of...
If you think that any thing I sent you lately is improper for publication, I hope you will stop...
I have received your Favour of the 11. The Inclosures I have packed with my Dispatches, and the...
I am ashamed to acknowledge that yours of 2 and 7th. are yet unanswered. I never read Linguet,...