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Yours of the 5th. and 9th are received. My Eyes and my hands forbid every unnecessary Word. I...
Mr. Bristed, in his Hints, p. 389 to 413, has published some account of an affair which he says...
In former Letters, I have made a few hasty Remarks upon Mrs Warren and Mr Marshall: permit me now...
Your Letter of the 5th. contains Such an Abundance of Matter which appears to me as of so great...
I know not what, unless it were the Prophet of Tippacanoe , had turned my Curiosity to inquiries...
I find upon my table this morning your favour of the 7. March; and I know not whether I have ever...
You remember I have reserved a right of employing twenty years to answer your Book, because you...
I have received your kind letter of the 23d of January, and I thank you for the pamphlets...
Some honourable gentlemen, from the ardor of their benevolence to me, and their laudable desire...
I thank you for the Memoirs of Doctor Price. Though there is little in this Work which was new to...
I have received by the Mail your friendly Letter of 8 Mo. 31. with your Gazetteer of the State of...
I might perhaps agee with Mr Grattan, that Mr Burke had read more of the Brittish Poets than even...
I owe you a thousand thanks for your favour of Aug. 22 and its Enclosures, and for Dr Priestley’s...
For myself and all my Family, I reciprocate to you and yours, the Compliments of the Season. At...
There is an height, beyond which the proudest Wave cannot ascend: there is a depth, at least a...
My Election to the Presidents office, was but by a majority of one or at most two votes. Mr...
“The History” is of no value, except on account of its date. It was written and printed in Edes...
Thank you for your very handsom and very amiable Letter of the 5th. It gave me great pleasure to...
Thank you for your favour of the 12th. The Anecdote mentioned in my Letter of the 4th. of...
I return the correspondence in ten Numbers with Thanks for the perusal of them. They are indeed...
though I owe you many Apologies for neglecting to write for so long a time, it would give you no...
I have read the enclosed travels of Vanderkemp, with as much interest as Bruce’s or...
AMSTERDAM, April 7, 1782, wrote to Mr Dubbledemutz at Rotterdam: “I have received your favour of...
I have recd. your favour of the 26th. of Decr. You mention Cobbet. have you read Mr Randolphs...
A Lieutenant of the Navy under Commodore Bainbridge on board the Independence, is in a tender...
In a former letter, it was suggested that I found myself obliged to say something of the peace of...
Your favour of the 20th has given me great pleasure; because it informs me that you are happy....
I am much obliged by your favour of the 8th. Oh how I wish, I had time to write, and you Patience...
Though your Son is engaged in an honourable and a laudable pursuit, I apprehend he is not quite...
Be not anxious. I am not jealous. Had your Packett arrived one day Sooner, I Should have...
I have requested a number of Friends, to Search and Seek for information concerning the...
To leave the Pettifogger of Funivals Inn, or Cliffords Inn, his Archbishop Laud, and his...
I have yours of Feb. 20 and 23. The inclosed five sheets are the rough draught, which I have...
I know not what to say to your Letter of 23rd. There are Men whom disaster haunts through life....
I have received, and read with—Sensations of grief and joy and Reflections of, (what shall I say...
I find with some Surprise, in looking over unanswered Letters, One from yourself of 26 August. We...
I wish to recommend to your Benediction, the Gentleman who will have the honour to present to...
Your favour of the 20th revives me. A Brother Octogenarian who can write with Such vigour of hand...
I have received the letter you did me the honor to write me on the 14th of June inclosing that of...
In your Letter to D r Priestley of March 21. 1801 , you ask “What an Effort, of Bigotry in...
Almost at the moment, when I entered my 79th year I recd. your kind letter, and a valuable...
Mr Adams’s System is that of Pope, in his Essay on Criticism; “First follow Nature and your...
A Gentleman, whose Name is Reynolds a Native of Boston, a Graduate at Cambridge, a Pupil in...
I have lately turned over our Historians, Ramsay Gordon, Mrs Warren, Marshall, to search for a...
Omnicient Jackson Said to me, at his own Table and repeated it at mine in London, that Chatham...
I have recd your Letter of 24th. of Decr. with the Pamphlet. I am Sorry to see in our American...
Yesterday, I received from the Post Office, under an envellope inscribed with your hand, but...
What Temples Statues, Mausoloumes, pray, have you seen, that you cannot could pretend to...
I wrote you on the first of this month acknowledging the receipt of your “Proceedings” &c and now...
I received your favour of March 31 in due time: But I am become all at once and very unexpectedly...