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Peter returned safe, with your letter, and cheared me with a favorable account of your prospect of getting home in the stage. I was sorry you could not ride further in our carriage, as you would have felt less fatigue. In my dreams of last night, I saw you in your chamber, unable to move, from riding so far and so fast. I pray that an early letter from you may chase away the painful impression...
You will receive within a copy of a note recd. yesterday Evening from Mr. OReilly of Phila., of certain reports in circulation yesterday at the exchange. That with respect to the Prussian minister has been confirm’d in the gazettes of this morning, tho’ no notice is taken in them of that wh. more particularly regards us. I send so much of the Chronicle as respects publick concerns. No allusion...