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Can you give me any Information, concerning A. G. Camus? Is he a Chateaubriand? Or a Marquis...
Your Letter dear Sir of Nov. 15 from Poplar Forrest was Sent to me from the Post Office the next...
I cannot appease my melancholly commiseration for our Armies in this furious Snow Storm, in any...
Dr James Freeman, is a learned, ingenious, honest and benevolent Man, who wishes to see President...
Neither Eyes Fingers or Paper held out, to dispatch all the Trifles I wished to write in my last...
Κριοùς μὲν ὄνοuς διζήμεθα, Κúρνε, καὶ ἵππους εὐγενέας· καί τις βούλεται ἐξ ἀγαθῶν κτήσασθαι....
I have great pleasure in giving this Letter to the Gentleman who requests it. The Rev d David...
I thank you for your rich present of Dec. 28th. The Pettifogger of Furnivals Inn, or of Cliffords...
In your Letter to Dr. Priestley of March 21. 1801, you “tender him, the protection of those laws...
Lord! Lord! What can I do, with so much Greek? When I was of your Age, young Man, i.e. 7 or 8 or...
Who shall write the history of the American revolution? Who can write it? Who will ever be able...
In our good old English language of Gratitude, I owe you and give you a thousand thanks, for...
Let me allude, to one circumstance more, in one of your Letters to me, before I touch upon the...
Accept my thanks for the comprehensive Syllabus, in your favour of Oct. 12. The Psalms of David ,...
Ridendo dicere Verum, quid vetat . I must make you and myself merry or melancholly, by a little...
Education, which you brought into View in one of your Letters ; is a Subject So vast, and the...
D r James Freeman , is a learned, ingenious, honest and benevolent Man, who wishes to See...
I thank you for your rich present of Dec. 28 th . The Pettifogger of Furnivals Inn , or of...
Οὐδὲ γυνὴ κακοῦ ἀνδρὸς ἀναίνεται εἶναι ἄκοιτις πλουσίου· ἀλλ’ ἀφνεὸν βούλεται ἀντ’ ἀγαθοῦ....
I recd, this morning your favour of the 5th. and as I can never let a Sheet of your’s rest I Sit...
The Proverbs of the old greek Poets, are as Short and pithy as any of Solomon or Franklin. Hesiod...
Yesterday, I received from the Post Office, under an envellope inscrbed inscribed with your hand,...
I know not what to Say of your Letter of the 11 th of Jan. but that it is one of the most...
Οὐδὲ γυνὴ κακοῦ ἀνδρὸς ἀναίνεται εἶναι ἄκοιτις πλουσίου· ἀλλ’ ἀφνεὸν βούλεται ἀντ’ ἀγαθοῦ....
I rec d this morning your favour of the 5 th and as I can never let a Sheet of your’s rest I Sit...
I have a Curiosity to learn Something of the Character Life and death of a Gentleman, whose name...
Your Letters to Priestley, have encreased my Grief if that were possible, for the loss of Rush....
If I am neither deceived by the little Information I have, or by my Wishes for its truth, I...
I cannot be Serious! I am about to write You, the most frivolous letter, you ever read. Would you...