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“You ‘never profoundly admired Mr. H.’ I have suggested some hints in his favor. You ‘never...
An extraordinary Paragraph which appeared in the Boston daily Advertiser of this morning, & which...
I thank you for your kind Letter of the fifth—of this month—which—our meritorious friend Mr....
Some of those publications, which in France, as you very well know, are called foreign Gazettes &...
As in your favour of the fifth, you seem to regret “the Intermission of our Correspondence, your...
I yesterday received from the Post Office your very obliging Letter of the 16th. which has...
The mail of yesterday, brought me your favour of the 19th I presume you had not then received my...
I have received your favour of the 22d, & the French translation of my letter with Mably’s, &...
In my letter of yesterday—I forgot to answer your question concerning Marmontels thoughts of...
Though your Son is engaged in an honourable and a laudable pursuit, I apprehend he is not quite...