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Will your tranquilizing Chair, exorcise Demoniacks? Will it cure the Hydrophobia? I am Sure Our...
In the good old English Phrase, I give you ten thousand Thanks for the Muscat Wine of Samos,...
If you had investigated the Question, concerning Possessions or that about matter and Spirit, in...
I am in great perplexity, Every day something Occurs to puzzle my feeble intellect. To whom can I...
Your Volume will not produce Answers or Examinations or reflections: but probably Reproaches,...
I have recd. your valuable Volume, on the diseases of the mind; which will run Mankind still...
On horseback, on my Way to Weymouth on a Visit to my Friend Dr Tufts I met a Man leading a Horse,...
Never! Never be weary, in the Ways of well dreaming! any one of your Dreams worth to the Moralist...
Letters! What Shall I Say of Letters? Pliny’s are too Studied and too elegant. Cicero’s are the...
I have not done with your Letter of the 19th: I care not half, so much about Red Heifer, as I do...
Be pleased to accept my humble Duty for the notice you have condescended to take of me. I will do...
You have forgotten, Old Dr Shippen, Dr Franklin, and many others. I have known many Instances....
Answer or rather acknowledge my Letters by half a dozen at a time. I have a number of Anecdotes...
You have enough of Smiths letters e’er this and Waterhouse’s too, all which you will be so good...
I congratulate you, & your state and our Nation on the Acquisition of such a secretary of the...
All that I have written you, hitherto, upon the history of the Original of our Navy, was from...
Yours of the 8th is yet unanswered.—I beg your Pardon for hinting, tho in jest at my...
I loose no time in answering your Letter of the 15th, that my Confidence in your Love to your...
Your Letter to Waterhouse inclosed in yours of the 16th. Shall be Sent tomorrow. With them came...
Inclosed is a Packet two Papers marked A. B. four Number ed 1. 2. 3. 4. A Letter from The Vice...
I thank you for the Slip of a newspaper. On that Subject my feelings are unutterable. The Day of...
you will I hope pardon the Liberty I have taken to address myself to you Sir upon a Subject which...
I have been prevented from acknowledging, as soon as I could have wished, your kind favor of the...
I duly recd. the two pamphlets which you were so obliging as to inclose me; and had hoped ere...
The Bearer, Alfred Madison, a son of my brother, labours under a complaint, which being thought...
I thank you for the “Report” on the African Trade, accompanying your favor of the 29th. We have...
Letter not found. 18 December 1810, Washington. Offered for sale in Parke-Bernet Catalogue No....
Letter not found. 4 February 1811. Offered for sale in Parke-Bernet Catalogue No. 499, “The...
I have recd. your favor of the 6th. inclosing the Pamphlet from the Earl of Buchan. Could a...
I have long owed you a letter in answer to yours of May 3. an acknolegement of the reciept of the...