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Your Letters to Priestley, have encreased my Grief if that were possible, for the loss of Rush....
I have received, under your Frank, Copies of Henry’s full Proofs of his own turpitude and that of...
I thank you, for with all my heart for your Christmas Oration, which I have read with and reread...
The Hague, August 22, 1782—wrote tosSecretary Livingston—“Their high mightinesses have at length...
Your kind Letter of the 26th. of Decr has given me more pleasure than it would be prudent or...
With much pleasure have I read your favour of January 23d. I have thought that Nature, which has...
Thank you for your favor of the 1st. I might have quoted Job as well as St Paul, as a Precedent:...
As you are a Friend to American Manufactures under proper restrictions, especially Manufactures...
Your classical letter of the 4th. of Octr, does you honour, upon every Supposition that I can...
When I lent you two Letters from Col. Smith I ought to have lent you a third: but it was...
The public papers have announced some sentiments of yours which have induced me to beleive that...
I have received your favor of April 5th. I agree with you that our prosperity has been as great...
I have received your favour of Feb 1, and a copy of Mr Taylors Arator. Your draught its price,...
Amsterdam, December 1, 1781—wrote to Major Jackson: “Last night I received your letter of the...
I received in due time your Letter of the fifth containing the account of the Apotheosis of your...
It gave me great pleasure to be informed of your punctual arrival at the head quarters of good...
If I am neither deceived by the little Information I have, or by my Wishes for its truth, I...
In the last Week I have attended the House of Mourning and the house of Feasting. on Thursday I...
“Knowledge” you Say invented Alienation, and became the natural Enemy of Aristocracy. This...
The Journal proceeds—1782 Nov. 29, Friday. Met Mr. Fitzberbert, Mr. Oswald, Mr. Jay, Mr. Laurens,...
Mr Erving, our Minister destined to Copenhagen, has already a Letter for you from me and others...
I have great pleasure in giving this Letter to the Gentleman who requests it. The Rev d David...
D r James Freeman , is a learned, ingenious, honest and benevolent Man, who wishes to See...
The Bearer of this Letter, after an Education at our Cambridge , travelled with J.Q.A. to Russia...
John Adams with his Consort and their Family desire prayers that the death of a grandchild may be...
I am charmed with the Chirography of your Letter of the Eleventh of September to your...
I have received by the Mail your Friendly Letter of L.M. 31. with your Gazetteer of the State of...
In your fourth page you “are unable to discover, In Oour form of Government, any resemblance of...
I cannot be Serious! I am about to write You, the most frivolous letter, you ever read. Would you...
The most exalted of our young Genius’s in Boston have an Ambition to See Montecello , its Library...