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I have to acknolege the reciept of your friendly favor of the 12th and the pleasing sensations...
I thank you for your printed lecture on the humanity Economy and other virtues, which require of...
Your Letter, my dear Friend, of the 29th. of June, Suggets enough of Serious reflections, to...
Your favour of the 14th gives an exact Analysis of Pennsylvania and its Parties: and from it, a...
I have your favour of the 5th. My dear Mrs Adams bids me present her friendly regards to you and...
I give you this Title for the present only. I Shall Scarcely allow you to be a political, moral,...
It is rare, that a Letter of yours remains so long upon my Table unacknowledged as has that of...
Your favour of the 3d is received; I am willing to allow you Philosophers your opinion of the...
Although it is a gratification to my feelings to write to you and a much greater pleasure to...
Instead of preparing for Commencement, I am answering your delicious Letter of the 24th.—But...
I have two of your Letters to acknowledge, at once. The Treatise on the Spleen I have read, and...
I will not Stand upon Ceremonies, with you, and wait for the Return of a Visit, or an Answer to...
I have just now received your friendly letter of the 19th. and rejoice with you Sincerely in the...
I wish to mention to you in confidence that I have obtained authority from Congress to undertake...
In some of the delightful conversations with you, in the evenings of 1798. 99. which served as an...
When I recd your favour of the 24. Oct, I Soberly expected a grave dissertation on the...
What Signify Clamours against Commerce Property Kings Nobles Demagogues Democracy, the Clergy...
John Bunjan, if he had written my last Letter to you would have called it an history of Gods...
That Rosicrusian Sylph, that Fairy Queen Mab, or that other familiar Spirit whatever it is, that...
I thank you for yours of the twenty fifth of November. I was in hopes you would have explained to...
Your two last Letters have puzzled me. In one you tell me that your Citizens are clamorous...
The new Edition of your medical Works, mentioned in your favour of the sixth of this month, have...
What a pitty it is; and indeed what a Shame it is, that We have not a Word in our language to...