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On an intimation received this morning from my much respected friend General Lincoln, I presume...
The subject of this address affects me too sensibly, in different relations, to admit of a...
With pleasure I received your letter of the 9th, and am obliged by the communications therein...
Mr Archibald McCall of this city, who is, I believe, employed to procure a house for the british...
At the sametime that I acknowledge the receipt of your letter, notifying me of your intention to...
As some appearances in the conduct of Mr Otis make an explanation of his application to you, as...
Philadelphia, 5 Nov. 1792: Declines “the honor of your nomination to the important office of...
I pray permission to inform you, that I expect to embark for England, within a few days—and to...
France, at this moment, exhibits such scenes as the pencil of Salvator Rosa would have been well...
When in Europe I supposed that the collection of State papers, contained in the volumes of which...