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I have recieved the letter of 20th July with which you have had the goodness to honor me. The bills shall be accepted whenever they appear. The perusal of this letter affected me exceedingly; and indeed, how could it be otherwise, since it is so flattering a testimony of that friendship you have invariably shewn for me from so early a period & brings to my mind the most pleasing recollections....
I had great pleasure in the execution of the commission you honored me with. Mr Roscoe, besides being an author, is also (what you would hardly suppose) a banker, and happens to be mine. If you do not already know it, I take great pleasure in telling you he is, in all the relations of life, one of the most amicable of men. I am glad to find the alarm for the crops of grain had ceased. How...
Captain Woodhouse takes charge of a small parcel, recieved with a letter which is inclosed. I well remember what you said some years past of the awful times. The corresponding crisis now seems fast approaching: and, altho’ I would fain hope all Europe is not again to be under one sovereign; yet the present prospect looks something like it. The crops of wheet in this country are promising:—in...
I recieved the letter you honored me with of the 21st November, inclosing one for Mr Eccleston, which I forwarded. This Town, so long famed for its immence commerce with the U.S.A., in all probability, is shortly to experience a sad reverse. Last year no less than 489 American ships cleared out at this port with cargoes to an amount far beyond precedent. We have no information later dated than...