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If our friend as you say is writhing in a Fox trap those who as you say nibbled when I sent...
Our Lincoln is wreathing in the Fox-trap of pretended-Friends. And the desendants of those Same...
Hoping to have, very speedily, an opportunity of testifying my Esteem of you, at your own house,...
I return you "The Messenger" with many Thanks. The Politicks of Europe are written with a...
Genl. Roberdeau & his Friends attributed his escape from Death, while in the flying Camp of 77...
From the Borders of the Grave, revived, and even established in Health, I once more present my...
It is a very happy Circumstance, sick & megrim’d as I am, that I have so excellent an Opportunity...
I am much obliged by your favor of March 20th and very apprehensive that this is not the only...
You will have a Visit from your old Friend Genl. Warren who supposed I could certify some...
Though I know of your extreme Delicacy as to any Interference in the executive Affairs of the...
I have not yet answered your letter of the 26 of July. You guess well—I find that I shall have...
I had often considered your Situation, before the receipt of your Letter of the 16th; and I had...
There is no such point in dispute, as that you mention in your favour of the 9th. The only...
altho’ this letter is somewhat of a public nature, yet I dare not address you in a consonant...
By the last post I was favoured with yours of the twenty first of May. Mr. Duncan I presume has...
Mr Duncan the Bearer will be easily recollected by you as the Gentleman at whose House we boarded...
Advised and even pressed, by Friends near me and at a Distance, “ to go on to New York ;—to be in...
Am I to be mortified by finding that I have not been missed among those who have paid their...
I am ashamed to confess that your Letter of the 5. of July is unanswered. But my dear Sir, I have...
I did not omit to write by the Conveyance of one of the most amiable Women I ever knew. I only...
It is long, since I took any Opportunity of repeating Assurances of my sincere and very great...
I have not to this day Information that you comprehend the Cypher w ch. I have very often used in...
In my Letter to congress of the 16 of May, inclosing my Memorial, I observed, that the Bravery of...
I have not yet been made certain, that you comprehend that Cypher which I used in my Letters to...
I do not find by President Huntington’s Letter Book that he has forwarded the within Resolve of...
France appears to be most perfectly satisfied with the present mediators yet presses us for an...
I send you a few Prints and the last monthly Journals yet from the Press. The Enemy will give you...
I wrote you a few days ago the Impromptú . I send much the same Papers now as then. Beg if the...
Herewith goes a Letter which I this day received from Mrs. Adams with a Request that I would...
I hope the Papers which you will receive by this opportunity will give you personal Satisfaction...