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A Gentleman whose name is Banister (as silly a Gentleman perhaps as lives) is accused by his...
The consequences of the Enemy’s possessing themselves of New York have appear’d to me so terrible...
Major French whom I have met with at Hartford, is extremely solicitous for permission to return...
We have been so baffled by the weather that We only arriv’d here last night—I believe We shall...
It was unnecessary sooner to trouble you with my scrowl—as I cou’d give you no information, the...
I arriv’d here yesterday but not without some difficulty—my disorder encreas’d rather than...
I shou’d have written to you more constantly but really had no means of conveying my letter—a Mr...
I am extremely happy that there is any open[ing] for a more comfortable establishment for poor...
I am now so far recover’d tho far from well, that I shall set out in two days —the stripping...
My destination is alterd—instead of going to Canada I am appointed to Command to the...