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I please myself with the probability that before this you are safely arrived at Philadelphia,...
I had fixed a determination in my own mind to omitt no Oppertunity of writeing either to you, or...
An Event has lately taken place here, which makes much Noise, and gives me much Uneasiness not...
I have only a Minute to Cover the Inclosed Letters. I have been on an Excursion to Plymouth for a...
After an Interval much longer than I ever designed should take place, I now set down to write...
I did not hear till Yesterday in the Afternoon that Coll. Reed had any Intention to leave us so...
I must begin every Letter with Thanks for the Receipt of your Favours, haveing such Abundant...
I last Evening received yours by Capt. Gist, and this Morning by Fessenden. It gives me great...
I Returned from Plymouth last Wednesday after An Absence of about 10 days. In my way I called on...
Since my last I have not A Scrip from you. Whether you Intend by withholding the Encouragement...
Whereas John Hancock, Samuel Adams, John Adams, Robert Treat Paine, and Elbridge Gerry Esqrs....
I am Extreamly hurried this morning, and therefore have only time to Express my wishes for your...
I have been very much Indisposed for the greater part of the Time since you left us. I have been...
When I wrote you last I was at Plymouth sick, and Confined. I did not return to this place till...
Were I as Ceremonious as I suppose the Ladies will be about their Tea visits, after the late...
Since my last we have the formidable Accounts of the Exertion of the powers and Malice of Britain...
Inclosed you have an Account of Powder supplyed the Army lately before Boston, by this Colony. We...
I Received yours of the 20th. of May with the pamphlets Inclosed. I am much Obliged to you for...
The Inclosed Letter was sealed to go by the last Post, but I Unluckily missed it. I have now An...
I have for some time past been at Home in daily Expectation of the Courts riseing. It has however...
When you are Informed, that on the variety of Changes that have taken place in this Town, it is...
Reading and writeing have for some time past been Interdicted on Account of the small Pox...
The singular situation and great suffering, of Mrs. Temple have Induced me to Advise her to write...
I wrote you in my last that we were about raising every fifth Man of our Alarm and Train Band...
I had the pleasure Yesterday of receiving your favours of the 3d. and 5th. Instant the first that...
I wrote you last from Plymouth about three weeks ago after which I was detained at Home longer...
I had the pleasure Yesterday of receiving your favours of the 15th. and 18th. of March. There are...
I have been very Unwell and Absent for A fortnight. I returned here Yesterday. While I was at...
Since I wrote you by the post on last Thursday, Nothing very material has taken place here. Two...
We have no late Arrivals no foreign Intelligance. The Affair of Danbury has wholly Engrossed the...