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It is probable that Genl. Howe will waste the fall of this year between Chesapeak Bay and...
Your very polite favour was handed me this Evening. I esteem myself much obliged for the enclosed...
As the delivery of this Billet cannot be attended with the disagreable allarm which the amiable...
Your Letters arrived in the absence of Mr. Adams who is gone as far as Portsmouth, little...
I am greatly allarmed and distressd at the intelligence from Bordeaux, with regard to Dr....
I am to thank you, in my own name, and on the public account, for that exercise of laudable...
When I tell you that no Credit is to be given to the late Report of an attempted Assassination of...
Will you forgive my so often troubling you with my fears and anxieties; Groundless as some of...
Amiable tho unjust Portia! doubly unjust!—to yourself, and to me. Must I only write to you in the...
I know not whether I ought to reply to your favour of April the first, for inded Sir I begin to...