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Were I as Ceremonious as I suppose the Ladies will be about their Tea visits, after the late...
An Event has lately taken place here, which makes much Noise, and gives me much Uneasiness not...
The Inclosed Letter was sealed to go by the last Post, but I Unluckily missed it. I have now An...
Since my last I have waited with Impatience to hear from you. I mean Individually. The public...
Since my last we have the formidable Accounts of the Exertion of the powers and Malice of Britain...
Two days ago I received your favour of the 18th. March, without ever hearing before of, or seeing...
It is some Time since I wrote to you, and much longer since I have been honoured with a Line from...
I am Told that in the few Letters which have been received from you here you Complain greatly...
My last Letters went by my Son Winslow who left this place about three weeks ago for Amsterdam...
It is A long time since I have had the pleasure of A line from you. I looked for one last post,...
Yours with the Inclosed came safe to hand last week, and have given me great pleasure. I wish I...
Reading and writeing have for some time past been Interdicted on Account of the small Pox...
I am much Obliged to you for your favours by the Sage, Brave, and Amiable General Washington, by...
I wrote to you a Letter which will Accompany this with A design it should have gone by last...
The singular situation and great suffering, of Mrs. Temple have Induced me to Advise her to write...
I want Extreamly to hear from you to know what situation you are in, and what is the true...
We have this Moment an Account of the Evacuation of Ticonderoga in Consequence of A Council of...
I must begin every Letter with Thanks for the Receipt of your Favours, haveing such Abundant...
As I keep no Copies of the Letters I write to you, and have been so Careless as to keep no...
Since my last I have not A Scrip from you. Whether you Intend by withholding the Encouragement...
I had the pleasure Yesterday of receiving your favours of the 15th. and 18th. of March. There are...
When you are Informed, that on the variety of Changes that have taken place in this Town, it is...
I Received yours of the 20th. of May with the pamphlets Inclosed. I am much Obliged to you for...
I had the pleasure Yesterday of receiving your favours of the 3d. and 5th. Instant the first that...
I thank you for your Letters of the 6 th. Sep r. & 15 th. Dec r. & should have done it long...
I am Extreamly hurried this morning, and therefore have only time to Express my wishes for your...
I yesterday returned from Plymouth where I had opportunity of spending only three or four days in...
The Providence Frigate, and a Packet have been long held in readiness to proceed to France. The...
I Received your favours by Mr. Hewes and by the post since writeing which, you must have heard of...
We are yet in A State of Uncertainty whether you are Arrived in France or England, and...
My last two or three Letters were by Capt. Samson, who if he has not Shared the ill fate of some...
I have been very Unwell and Absent for A fortnight. I returned here Yesterday. While I was at...
I wrote you in my last that we were about raising every fifth Man of our Alarm and Train Band...
Whereas John Hancock, Samuel Adams, John Adams, Robert Treat Paine, and Elbridge Gerry Esqrs....
You will perhaps wonder that you have not heard from me for so long a time. I have had so little...
Since my last I have the pleasure of Several of yours. I am Extreamly obliged to you, and to...
I wrote you by the last post. I wonder whether all the Letters I write you get to hand, and if...
I had the pleasure of your favours of the 23d. Instant Yesterday. I am glad to find that you have...
I have wrote you several long Letters since you left us, some of which you will doubtless by the...
Since I wrote you by the post on last Thursday, Nothing very material has taken place here. Two...
Having wrote you so often and so fully I presume you would readily Excuse me if I omitted this...
I thank you for yours of the 12th. and 18th August which came safe to hand. I am much Gratified...
Agreeable to the directions of the Honorable Marine Committee, We have provided the Scooner...
I have only a Minute to Cover the Inclosed Letters. I have been on an Excursion to Plymouth for a...
I have very Accidentally heard of this Opportunity by Mr. Brown and have so short Notice of it...
I feel great reluctance in suffering any Opportunity to pass without writeing to you. I can...
I have for some time past been at Home in daily Expectation of the Courts riseing. It has however...
I keep no Copies of Letters and therefore am Unable to refer to the dates or the Contents. I know...
I did not hear till Yesterday in the Afternoon that Coll. Reed had any Intention to leave us so...
I wrote you last from Plymouth about three weeks ago after which I was detained at Home longer...