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Shall we ever have the pleasure of a visit from you at Quincy. I can Scarcly credit that you...
I request the favour of you to insert the foregoing Letter in the next Anthology. It is a...
I have received your two letters of last Week, with a dozen copies of my letter to Mr: Otis—And...
I will thank you to give the enclosed manuscript to Oliver and Munro, to be published immediately...
Your favour of the 5th: instt: never came to my hands untill yesterday—I have long noticed the...
I will thank you to pay to my father, for me, on or before the 22d: of this month eleven hundred...
I wrote you some time since and enclosed an order on the Branch Bank at Boston, to be placed to...
I send you occasionally, the public documents of the most interesting nature, but I have not the...
I received some days since, your letter of the 18th: of last Month—But it was longer in coming...
I have not yet had the pleasure of receiving a line from you, which I presume is owing to the...
I enclosed to you by last Evening’s Mail a Copy of the President’s Message, as first printed by...
We arrived safe at Providence on the Evening of the day when we took leave of you in Boston; and...
I have advised Messrs. Perkins to print Mr. Cremeres Letter literatim. But it ought to be...
I received in proper time from you, a copy of Selfridge’s trial, and also the Anthology for...
I received some days since your favour of the 19. January, and thank you for the information it...
We lost a basket with Caroline’s Clothes in it, from the Chaise as we were coming out of Boston...
I now enclose you the auctioneer’s Bill and will thank you to make out the list of the Books, by...
There is not anything in this world, which lies nearer my heart, or more deeply affects my Mind,...
I have received a letter from my friend Dr: Chapman, informing me of his intention to compile in...
There is not anything which lies nearer my heart, or more deeply affects my mind, than the...
I have received an invitation from Mr: Boylston, to dine with him to-morrow—If you see him in...
The Bill which Our Tennant has presented must I presume be allowd him: the repairs were necessary...
Since I wrote you last I have not heard directly from you although an interval of several weeks...
I have found the account and inclose it to you. I wish you to inquire of our Tennant whether the...
I have received from you the Anthology for January, for which I thank you—In a letter yesterday...
I have this morning received your favour of the 17th: and thank you for it—I should be glad to...
I have to thank you for the receipt of your letter of the 14th: instt: and for the last number of...
Next Monday (the 9th: currt) the Court of Sessions sit at Concord for the County of Middlesex—I...
I want the form of a petition to be presented to the Court of Sessions, praying for a Committee...
“The catastrophe of Leyden is to me a most affecting event; a beautiful city where I resided with...