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How Shall it be in my power, to paÿ you mÿ Sincere thanks for the favours with which you continue...
I must answer your favours of Dec. 14 ult. and Jan the 3th. Want of time will once have the happy...
Having unexpectedly received an opportunity of conveying you my cursory remarks on some parts of...
In returning you my remarks—I hope to enjoy ere long the satisfaction, that, after a Second...
As your Letter of the 29 of Jan—afforded me a Sensible pleasure, I will procure meself another in...
As I esteem a peculiar favour that you continue to honour me with your correspondence, for which...
At lenght I take again mÿ pen, to assure you of the high respect, with which I am So fortunate to...
Much time has elapsed indeed, Since you have favoured me with your last Letters—and more, Since I...
How can I make a return for your favors which you continue to bestow upon me—as having nothing to...
Mÿ occupations in gathering seeds—and preparing my fields and garden for ensuing spring have thus...
You shall not expect an excuse, for mÿ dilaÿing a few days to return the inclosed. Mÿ heart was...
Had I not been favoured with so manÿ proofs of your kindness I should have hesitated to undertake...
How long have I waited in answering your favour of 23th. of aug–with which you again honoured...
Long Since I Should have acquitted me of my duty in congratulating you with your Safe arrival at...
Long since I should have indulged mÿ wishes in writing you a few lines, had it been in mÿ power,...
I send you mÿ Lett. on the use of copper among the Greeks—I can not flatter me, that it Shall...
Being again favoured with a new mark of your continued kindness I will not bereave meself of the...
You know too well mÿ attachment to your person, and am persuaded how highly I value your honoured...
I should have before this used mÿ priviledge of writing to you, had I not been informed by the...
I spent two days as disagreable, as anÿ in mÿ life—tears bedewed my cheeks and reason and...
Though my apprehension of abusing your kindness made me delaÿ my answer on your Letter, with...
As you assured me in your last favour, with which you honoured me the 3d. of march, that my...
I flatter me Self with the fond hope, that mÿ old and high-revered friend Shall not, after Such a...
Since I Send you, at your for me So highlÿ gratifying—demand mÿ Lucubrations on Jefferson’s and...
The favour of your Letter of 20 Aug—with which I was so unexpected honoured—procured me a...
An indisposition of a week–occasioned bÿ a severe cold–with the unavoidable transactions of...
Tho I have actuallÿ nothing interesting to communicate, your kindness Shall make mÿ apologÿ, when...
I can not express in words the livelÿ Satisfaction I enjoy’d in receiving your favour of the 25th...
As I was not confident of your kind indulgence, which I did so often experience, I should...
Your Letter of the 31 Dec. last delighted me more than usual. It was a new mark of your...
Your favor of march 14—with the post mark of Brookfield Mass: march 26 did not come to mÿ hands...
I read again your excellent, Lectures, and have now bÿ them be pleased and instructed much more,...
A letter of mÿ frind Mr. Mifflin induces me to address you again few lines. Mr. Dobson returned...