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You will imagine that the place from which I now write you has been thus named by us; but so it...
Last week I sent you a number of the Monthly Theological Repository, containing some Speculations...
Our Sons John and Charles are come home from school this morning, to spend the Michaelmas...
I wrote you last week by Captain Bronson, and sent you a Volume of Letters from the Continent,...
This day two Months have elapsed since Mr Gallatin and Mr Bayard arrived and delivered to me your...
The late french Ambassador at this Court, the Duke de Vicence, has taken leave, and his succesor...
I know not whether it was generosity, or any other virtue, or merely a disposition to receive the...
Yesterday Morning I received the first information of the ratification, by the Government of the...
Yesterday I went to London, to the anniversary dinner of the Society of Friends of foreigners in...
Captain Smith, who was the bearer of your kind letter of 7. May, has met with the same misfortune...
I received a very few days ago, your kind favour of 1. March last, which gave me great pleasure...
I had the good fortune of sending a single letter from this place to England, in time to go by...
As the Couriers between Paris and St: Petersburg have not yet ceased to be dispatched, by the...
My last Letter to you was written at Reval, and dated the 12th: of May—It was forwarded from...
I had heard of your illness with extreme concern, from my wife, and also through Mr: Cranch and...
My last Letter to you, was of the 31st: of January, from Bruxelles; and I enclosed it to Mr...
In proportion as the time lengthens since the receipt of your last Letter, which is also the last...
The seventy-ninth day since our departure from Boston, and not yet in Petersburg—But we are on...
When I wrote you my last Letter, a press copy of which, is enclosed, I had little or no...
I mentioned to you in a former Letter, the visit that I had received from Mr Frend, and Mr...
General Boyd, Mr Stores, Mr Forbes, and Mr and Mrs. Everett, have all arrived in London within...
Your letter of 15. Feby: which was brought by Captain Brown, of the Washington, and which I...
A dutch Vessel, called the Prince of Orange, which had taken out to America the Minister, Mr....
Just as I was closing my last Letter to you, I received your letter of 12. April, and had barely...
As I shall probably not have an opportunity of dispatching letters for America, after that of...
Captain Harrod, by whom your kind favour of 20. March to me, mentions that you had written to my...
If I could have omitted to welcome the return of this day, and to renew my prayers for many happy...
I wrote you a few lines on the day that the Treaty of Peace was signed, which I sent by Mr Hughes...
A Treaty of Peace between the United States and Great Britain has this day been signed by the...
In my Letter of 22. of last Month, I mentioned to you my disappointment at having received no...