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After giving a few Lines for you yesterday to the Commissary General of Prisoners who was going...
I have at length an Opportunity by Mr. Brown to forward Bills of Exchange; and I only add the...
Yesterday’s Post brought me your Letters of the 10th and 14 with a Copy of March 17. on the...
By your Letter of the 3d. received this day I find that I have lost the Pleasure of having what...
I am to thank you, in my own name, and on the public account, for that exercise of laudable...
Yes, lovely Portia, you have written to one “who lives in the continual practice of mortification...
If at any Time heretofore I have seemed to infringe upon your Prerogatives, I ask your Pardon. It...
Not receiving any Line from you by this day’s post, I recur to your favor of April 3d. already...
Under a Date of Aug. 24 I did myself the Pleasure to endeavour to convey to you later Information...
I have already acknowledged the Receipt of your Letter of May 10th covering a Copy of March 17th,...
I send you a Continuance of the Journals. The Printer having lately made a Mistake in the Course...
March 6 1779. “Our friend my late Colleague means to embark soon and from him you will learn the...
You will see, lovely Woman, by the Papers which I have sent that we shall have more post...
As the delivery of this Billet cannot be attended with the disagreable allarm which the amiable...
The Alliance may have brought you Letters: neither that nor the Franklin have given us any from...
Indeed, my lovely anxious Friend, you lead me to doubt whether Mr. A. is really on the Water: The...
Yes I will try it. To one of the most sensible, virtuous and consequently most lovely of the...
Suppose every proper Epithet to occupy these two upper Lines. Under them all I most cordially...
Your favour of June 13th. reached me this Morning. I will endeavour to write intelligibly in...
The Gentleman by whom I meant to send the inclosed was obliged unexpectedly to return to...
Yesterday the Letters of Portia of June 24th. and Augst. 19th. came to my hand together, by Post....
I have already acknowledged the Receipt of your Favour of June 10th. Severely as it concluded in...
The Dates of my Letters connected with the Time of the Receipt of yours are become somewhat...
I hope you are not still without later Dates from Mr. A’s Hand than what we have—Oct. 24. I...
Instead of sending the inclosed to the Navy Board I shall from Time to Time direct them as now,...
As you are entitled to a Wife’s Portion of Mr. A’s Honors and Satisfactions I inclose for your...
It is probable that Genl. Howe will waste the fall of this year between Chesapeak Bay and...
I am persuaded to believe that I have acknowledged the Receipt of your Favor of June 30th tho it...
I shall have an excellent Opportunity to send those Articles of yours, which have been long under...
I feared moths—have opened your Goods—aired and shook the Wollens—added good Tobacco leaves and...
Amiable tho unjust Portia! doubly unjust!—to yourself, and to me. Must I only write to you in the...
M r. Du err , as you pronounce it, and my Wife seem to think alike as to the Powers of an...
In answer to some Questions contained in your Letter of Sepr. 26 you may know that Mr. Laurens...
Supposing Col. Laurens to have arrived at Rh. Island, I was greatly chagrined when he told me he...
I have this Afternoon received your Favour of June 12th. and at the same Time a Gazette from...
I heartily congratulate you upon the indubitable Proofs of our Friends Arrival in France. You...
The Post but now arrived will be again on his Way in an Hour; I retire therefore from a Circle of...
Large Packets are here received from Mr. Adams up to March 4th. His Reception was of the most...
Your Favor of June 18/26 is this Hour come to hand. “Do I love the natural Sentiments of the...
I doubt not Madam, you have Letters from Mr. Adams of later Date than what we have received but...
In my Letter of the 9th. I mentioned the Receipt of yours to the President of June 26. I inclose...
I inclose to you the decent Fashion in which we it was yesterday opinioned to let the World know...
The receipt of your letters of Decr. 24th variously directed gave equal and uniform satisfaction...
With great pleasure to ourselves we discharge our duty by inclosing to you your Commission for...
Though I know of your extreme Delicacy as to any Interference in the executive Affairs of the...
I begin to be very impatient at not hearing from you; and this not barely from the Number of days...
Your Favor of Sepr. 20th. reached me at Christmas. I inclose you a Resolve but am not able to...
I did not omit to write by the Conveyance of one of the most amiable Women I ever knew. I only...
By a Letter from one of the most lovely of Women in your Quarter of the Continent, I find you are...
Not knowing, my dear Sir, how certain Things now in agitation may this day be terminated here, I...