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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...
As I have so often troubled you with my fears tis a debt I owe your patience to communicate to...
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...
This Moment your favour of August the 6 is come to hand. My Heart reproaches me that I have not...
Yesterday the Letters of Portia of June 24th. and Augst. 19th. came to my hand together, by Post....
I have the Mortification of being obliged to tell the amiable Portia that the Council of...
Having a good Opportunity, I now forward those Things which were left at York Town by your worthy...
May I be permitted to call of your attention from the important and weighty concerns of State to...
Yes, lovely Portia, you have written to one “who lives in the continual practice of mortification...
It gives me real pain to see the various arts and machinations of our internal Enemies practised...
Though I have this day for the first time received a Letter from your husband, yet I feel...
Your favour of Jan’ry 19 never reachd me till the 26 of this Month. The only reason why I did not...
It is hardly necessary that I should tell the amiable Portia of my having within 4 days received...
If at any Time heretofore I have seemed to infringe upon your Prerogatives, I ask your Pardon. It...
Do you love the Natural sentiments of the Heart Take them then as they flow from the pen of...
I wrote to Mr. S A—— the same day I received your Letter, but not a syllable of information have...
March 6 1779. “Our friend my late Colleague means to embark soon and from him you will learn the...
Your Favor of June 18/26 is this Hour come to hand. “Do I love the natural Sentiments of the...
Your favour of july 16 this moment received the contents of which have awakend in my Bosom the...
Indeed, my lovely anxious Friend, you lead me to doubt whether Mr. A. is really on the Water: The...
This Evening I have satisfactory Intelligence of the real Embarkation of your very dear Treasure...
In a Letter from my Dear absent Friend the day before he saild dated on Board the Frigate he...
Instead of sending the inclosed to the Navy Board I shall from Time to Time direct them as now,...
I cannot recollect whether I sent No. 31 before. I promised your Husband to continue to forward...
Enclosed I return according to your direction a duplicate Number of the journals. Number 29 is...
You will see, lovely Woman, by the Papers which I have sent that we shall have more post...
I send you a Continuance of the Journals. The Printer having lately made a Mistake in the Course...
With fingers so soar that I can scarcly guide a pen tho it cost me ever so much pain I must I...
The Post but now arrived will be again on his Way in an Hour; I retire therefore from a Circle of...
I most sincerely rejoice with you on the safe Arrival of Mr. Adams in Spain after so short a...
The inclosed Papers will show you how the Business of Mr. A’s Accounts has been conducted—with...
Mr. Adams’ Letter of Aug. 3d. was referred to the Board of Treasury on the 20th. to take Order....
Large Packets are here received from Mr. Adams up to March 4th. His Reception was of the most...
Your favour of May the Second came last Evening to Hand, and is the only line received from you...
Your repeated favours of May 14, May 19 and 30 together with one bearing no date merrit my...
I will not omit to acknowledge by this Post the Receipt of your Letter of the 24th. Ulto. because...
Your favour of June 13th. reached me this Morning. I will endeavour to write intelligibly in...
Where is my Friend Mr. L ovel l? Can he be an inhabitant of this world and inattentive to a Lady?...
I have at length an Opportunity by Mr. Brown to forward Bills of Exchange; and I only add the...
I was much gratified at again receiving a few lines from you, tho very Laconick. I wrote you...