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The inclosed account of the Temperature of the Air in Quebec was given me by a gentleman from that City who had little to do and amused himself with meteorological observations . The circumstance that induced me to copy this Part of the Journal was the remarkable coincidence of the coldest weather with the conjunction of the Sun & Moon during the 4 cold months. Has it been observed in other...
The Letter you did me the favour to write on the 11th: ult: had been left at my lodging by the Penny Post and was handed me on my return to this City. The Report of the Committee I have returned to be forwarded to whom it concerns in the State of Tennessee on Cumberland River . Congress as I observe or rather the House of Reps. have given leave to bring in a Bill to repeal the Stamp Act, not...
At Boston, from which I am now returning on my way to New York, a gentleman of much Information expressed a wish to me that some of the southern Members would, before the arming bill passes or without Delay, introduce a Bill for a Law in perfect conformity to the British Navigation Act. Such a Bill if opposed by the Eastern Brito-Americans would as he conceives effectually turn New England...
Some Accot of the Exports of No: Carolina. Tar Pitch Turpentine annually @ 120,000 Brls. Tobacco 10,000 Hhds { Indian Corn 20 @ 50,000 [Brls?] Peas 5,000 Bushels Herring  3 &
I had expected to inclose a Letter by the friday Mail for Mr. Caffery Nashville, Tennessee for I arrived here on Thursday PM but to write was impracticable. In a family of five young Ladies who had by a very short Illness lost a Parent, they too of much sensibility and delicate Constitutions, I found other attentions than writing Letters. I gave Mr. Cafferrys Letter to Dr. Wistar and wrote the...
This forenoon I was inform’d by a Letter from N York that Mr. Apthorp is dead and to be buried tomorrow. The family extremely solicitous that I should come on without delay. I shall from New York write a Letter to Mr. Caffery who wrote me concerning the big Bones and after thanking him for his attention to my former Request shall refer him to such Letter as he may receive from some Officer of...