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I had not time to write before the departure of the post to day, to both you & my mother, and...
Your letter of the 29th: ulto: is just received, with the papers enclosed, for which I thank...
I have your letter of the 17th:, which travelled, from Boston hither, in very agreeable company....
The trial of the Gentlemen who were indicted for a Riot & Assault & Battery upon William Duane,...
I enclose you a paper, which contains the Sentence referred to in my last, passed upon the...
It falls to my lot to do things so repugnant to my inclination & so contrary to my Sense of...
I have paid you all I owed in the article of letters, but I receive few communications from home....
I have your letter of the 14th: with a paper for which I thank you. Mr: Reed has written to you,...
I thank you for the pamphlet & newspaper. In return, I send you the New York L. J. Brutus—rather...
You apologize so handsomely in your letter of the 9th ult. for your long silence towards me, that...
Your favor of the 23d: ult: accompanied by one for Mr: Newman, I received a few days since, on my...
I received your short note, accompanying the Oration delivered by my brother, before the...
I have done little else but scribble for three weeks past, either letters of business or...
I am desired by Mr: Reed to be instrumental in procuring your services, touching the enclosed...
It has been often said, and as often denied, that there are men in this country attached to...
Accept my hearty thanks for the flattering account your letter contains of my Mother’s promised...
I thank you for your favor of the 19th: with an enclosure and receipt from Mr: Ritchie. The civil...
I shall trouble Mr T. Adams to forward, by some favourable Opportunity, these few Lines of Thanks...
I will write again, & believe I have a Son , with whom I should delight to converse, &...
Your favour of the 24th: is before me, and I most ardently hope the information respecting the...
I enclose you a letter for Mr Paine which I will thank you to hand him. Our City is dull and much...
To receive the money, from John Green—and settle with Captain Brazier for the blinds. To receive...
I received your favor of the 3d: in due course with a letter from Washington for my Brother. I...
I have sent off by a Vessel bound for Boston the greater part of my Books, and consigned them to...
I see by the newspapers that a tenth assessment has been made on the Neponset Bridge Shares; of...
I received last evening with much pleasure your favour of the 5th: instt:—I had been so long...
I received yesterday your favour of the 13th: instt: inclosing a strip from the Centinel for the...
I have particular reasons for requesting you to inform me who the member of Congress was, from...
I yesterday submitted three resolutions to the consideration of the Senate, of which it is...
I inclose you two bills, now pending before the two Houses of Congress, which I wish may be...