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This morning has honored me with your most esteemed favors of the 26 th May—for which be pleased to accept my sincere thank[s—] All on this side of the Atlantic, who speak of the affairs of these United States, joyn in the Opinion you express, “that they must soon take a turn for the better or become much worse—[ ” ] Most of our Citizens appear too unconcerned, falsely supposing that they now...
This morning has honored me with your most esteemed favor of the 26 th May—for which be pleased to accept my sincere than[ks.] All on this side of the Atlantic, who speak of the affairs of these United States, joyn in the Opinion you express, “that they must soon take a turn for the better or become much worse— Most of our Citizens appear too unconcerned, falsely supposing that they now sit,...
The accounts received of the votes given for Vice President of the federal Senate render your Election to that high Office undoubted—Will you permit me to Congratulate you on the occasion, tho’ premature? not only because I wish to express my earliest Joy, which is sincere—but that I may, in season , propose accompanying you to New York—if your arrangements should make it convenient to you— A...