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It was with peculiar Pleasure, I rec’d your kind Letter of the 16th. I could not be dazzled with...
Last Evening at a Meeting of the Boston Marine Society , an address (Copy of which I inclose) to...
I thank you for this respectfull Address. The Existence of the Independence of any Nation, cannot...
I have received your favor of the 17th & thank you for the information & opinion you give me...
The Celebration of the Birth Day of 30 Oct. was more generally & cheerfully enjoyed & rejoiced in...
I have recd with great pleasure your favour of the fifth. Of the Book which my Enemy has written...
In your late Letter you intimate that a certain Gentleman is not a Friend to the present...
I thank you for the Honour of your Letters of the 14. & 19. I hope no Reply that can give...
Thank you for your favour of 30 Nov. No reply will be made while I am a public Man—Perhaps none...
There are two sets of Persons here who appear particularly anxious to learn the Result of the...