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I address’d a few lines to you from Nantes in Februrary last, informing you the object of my...
Previous to my departure from Baltimore for this place, I address’d a few lines to you at...
Altho’ it be the fate of persons high in power to be exposed to the importunity of the many, and...
I am not skill’d in writing introductory Letters—I must however write one to make you acquainted...
I never heard a Word of your Arrival, untill this Day. I sincerely congratulate you upon it, and...
Your Letter of 14th Instant from Nantes reached me to Day only. It was but very lately that I...
Since I wrote you in January, I have not been favour’d with a line from you. Since I heard of the...
Meerly for want of something agreeable or interesting to communicate to you, It is now a very...
I did myself the pleasure to write you a few Lines just before my departure from Nantes, and...
Yours from Bordeaux of the 17th I have received—and congratulate you on your agreable Accounts...