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I have rec d yours of January 22 d. I know not the reason you had not rec d Letters for a Week—...
Your favour of Nov. 30, I received this morning. As every Thing conspires to keep me poor, I may...
Your favour of the 28 th. Ult. arrived this morning. before this time I hope you have received...
Upon the receipt of your excellent Letter of the fifth of this month I Yesterday sent for our son...
I am impatient to return but partly on Account of my Son who wishes to Stay at Colledge as long...
In your Letter of Dec r 23 d you Say “Faxon wants Money to buy, three Cows and four young...
I was not a little Surprized, a few days ago at receiving a Letter from D r Hutchinson as...
The Weather has been so disagreable and the Roads so bad, that I have not been able to advance...
Yesterday the President sent his Carriage for me to go with the Family to the Theatre. The Rage...
The Door Keeper has just brought me your kind Letter of Dec r 28. Freneau’s Paper is discontinued...
The Anxiety you express (in your kind Letter of Dec r 31 which I received this morning ) for your...
We have floods of rain but no frost nor Snow and very little news. The Democrats continue to pelt...
We took the Packet at New Haven, and arrived at N. York as Soon as the Stage— Although We Saved...
The Sensations of Ap. 19. 1775 and those of this Morning have some Resemblance to each other. a...
The Senate were obliged to Spend the whole of the last Week, in a Solemn Tryal of the Election of...
I believe I have not directly & expressly Answered your Letter, inclosing the Memorandum from M r...
I rec d Yesterday together your Letters of the 28. 29. and 30 th of January. It is impossible for...
At Hartford, finding the Roads obstructed with Such Banks of Snow, as were impassable with Wheels...
It is proper that I should apprize you, that the President has it in contemplation to Send your...
Senate has been three days in debate upon the Appointment of M r Jay, to go to London. It has...
We have had an agreable Journey to this Town, have been to Meeting all Day and heard two...
I rec d this morning your favour of Feb. 22.—the more agreable as it was not very confidently...
This Day seven Years I first took my seat in Senate and I hope I shall not sit there seven Years...
Your Favours of Feb. 26 and Feb. (blank) arrived not till last night. They deserve my best Thanks...
last night I arrived at Philadelphia in tolerable Health and found our Friends all well. I have...
I Yesterday rec d the Letter inclosed from my Son and in the Evening the President told me he had...
Your favours of 18 th. and 19 th instant are so full of your Plans and Labours in Agriculture,...
We go Slowly forward: So Slowly as to produce no Results, which is a better course than to run...
I rec d Yesterday your favour of 23. of Dec r. from Boston. The old Patrioch, has got a Name of...
Yesterday which was Post Day from the Eastward I was disappointed again of a Letter and went...
I had just Sent off to the Poet office, my Letter in which I requested a Diary of Husbandry when...
I had flattered myself all the last Week with the Hope of a Letter on Monday: but when Yesterday...
We have been favoured with fine Weather and tolerable Roads in such a manner that We reached...
We lodged at Monroe’s in Marlborough on Wednesday night, at Hithcocks in Brookfield Thursday...
I arrived here Yesterday, and had the Pleasure to dine with our Children and The Baron: All are...
I rec d on Monday your two favours of 28. Feb. I am very glad you employed Pratt to cutt the...
I dined Yesterday with M r Burr, who lives here in Style. A Number of Members of the House The...
I must finally conclude to request of you to come on to New York as soon as possible and bring...
I have a secret to Communicate to Your Prudence. The Defence by Camillus was written in Concert...
The Result of Saturdays Debate in the H. of R. removes all Anxiety for the Remainder of this...
I received Yesterday your kind Letter of Feb. 28. and March 1.— I can never be sufficiently...
Your Account of our little domestic affairs and the Arrangements of the Farm, was very...
The Newspapers will inform you before this Letter reaches you that the Ratifications of the...
I wrote you from Hartford, New York and once from Philadelphia: but have not yet had the Pleasure...
Why! this is very clever— Every Monday and every Thursday brings me regularly a Letter, which...
I Yesterday dined in Company with M. Talleyrand de Perigord and M r Beaumez, the former late...
We have a Turn of Weather as cold as any We have had through the whole Winter. The Violence of...
It has been impossible to get time to write you.— Morning, Noon, and Night, has been taken up...
Monday, which is the pleasantest day of the Week, because it always brings me a Letter, produced...
I rec d yesterday yours of 21. and 25 Jan. The Senate and House of Massachusetts without any...