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I this day Received a few lines from my Friend, whose Long silence I have not been able to...
After a Series of the souerest, and harshest Weather that ever I felt in this Climate, We are at...
We have an Army in the Jersies, so respectable that We seem to be under no Apprehensions at...
At half past four this Morning, I mounted my Horse, and took a ride, in a Road that was new to...
An horrid cold Day for Election—warm work however, in the Afternoon, I suppose. You will see by...
Yesterday, I took a ride to a beautifull Hill eleven Miles out of Town. It is called Rush Hill....
Artillery Election!—I wish I was at it, or near it. Yours of the 18th. reached me this Morning....
I wish I could know, whether your season is cold or warm, wet or dry, fruitfull or barren....
Upon an Invitation from the Board of War of Pensilvania, a Committee was appointed a few days ago...
This Week has produced an happy Reconciliation between the two Parties in this City and...
Could I write you any agreable Inteligence I would with pleasure Grasp the pen And Call of my...
I had a most charming Packett from you and my young Correspondents, to day. I am very happy, to...
We shall have all the Sages and Heroes of France here before long. Mr. Du Coudray is here, who is...
It would give Pleasure to every Body your Way but the few, unfeeling Tories, to see what a Spirit...
The enclosed Newspapers will communicate to you, all the News I know. The Weather here begins to...
We have no News: a long, cold, raw, northeast Storm has chilled our Blood, for two days past. It...
Being Necessiated to use a Certain peace of Linnen so Nearly up that I Cannot spare my Friend the...
Yours of June 23d. have received. I believe there is no Danger of an Invasion your Way, but the...
My Mind is again Anxious, and my Heart in Pain for my dearest Friend. . . . Three Times have I...
This Letter will go by the Hand of the Honourable Samuel Hewes Esqr., one of the Delegates in...
We have a confused Account, from the Northward, of Something Unlucky, at Ticonderoga, but cannot...
Your Favour of the 2d. instant reached me on the 14th. The last Letters from me which you had...
The Papers inclosed will inform you, of the Loss of Ticonderoga, with all its Circumstances of...
The little masterly Expedition to Rhode Island has given Us, some Spirits, amidst our Mournings...
I have long sought for a compleat History of the Revolution in the low Countries, when the Seven...
At this Moment, I hope you are abed and happy. I am anxious to hear, and the more so because I...
Never in my whole Life, was my Heart affected with such Emotions and Sensations, as were this Day...
I am sorry to find by your late Letter what indeed I expected to hear, that my Farm wants manure....
The Fleet is in Delaware Bay. 228 of them were seen, in the Offing, from Cape Henlopen, the day...
By an express last night from Cape May, We learn that the Fleet went out of the Bay, the Morning...