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Resolved, that the Hon. John Hancock Hon. Thomas Cushing Esquires Mr. Samuel Adams, John Adams,...
Mrs. Adams mentioned to me last evening that you wanted to know the state of our forts, the...
Congress, a few days since, received your letter of the 19 of April last which announced to them...
I had Yesterday the Honour of your Letter of 25. September, and I beg leave to thank you, for...
I have but this hour, received the Letter you did me the Honour to write me, on the 30th....
When at the close of the war I left public life I had not the least idea of ever returning to it...
At my last interview I mentioned to your Excellency my apprehensions that there were some...
I have received your kind favour of April 22d and shall not be easy till it is answered, though...
I have just been honored by the receipt of your favor of the 8th. instant—I have not time, as I...
I am, this Evening favoured with yours of the 18. In Answer to your Question, I ask another....
I am fully in sentiment with you respecting the danger of an established aristocracy and had I...
I am honoured with yours of the 30th. of May, and find we are well agreed in opinion in all...
I had the pleasure a few days since of receiving your kind favor of the 19th. ulto— When I first...
As I have not taken any steps respecting my return to public life to which you are a stranger and...
Mr Frobisher early exerted himself in this Commonwealth to discover the best mode of making pot...
As it is within your province to appoint printers in whose papers the public acts of the United...
I have duly received but not duly answered your favor of April 3d.... It is a misfortune that a...
Your ideas of Frobisher are the same with ours here We shall I think hear little more from him.—...
The exertions of disappointment & of antifederalism have had little effect I congratulate you My...
Before this can reach you, you will be informed that our attempts to establish a peace with the...
The inclosed Reasons Why the Commissioners did not make Peace with the Indians, I have read with...
I return your letters with my most cordial thanks for the sight of them—In the perusal I have...
I was in hopes to have troubled you no more in this Way: but am disappointed. If you can oblige...
I received with much Pleasure your favour of the 19th. If I should meet with any “Roses,” in my...
The inclosed will be presented to you by a committee from a number of Citizens on Monday next at...
Your kind Congratulations on my return to my Family and Friends are very obliging. Your polite...
The enclosed address stands as first written. When you shall have both before you you will...
When Mr. Shaw was the other day at my office he mentioned to Mr. Weld my assistant that he had...
The Revd. Mr. Evens call to tender his services as a Chaplain to the troops now raising—In that...
I presume Mr. Pickering has sent you the inclosed declaration. But least it may not have come to...