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The H. of R. have not yet determined— The Question is to be calld up on Monday— But the...
The Senate is to meet at Ten, this morning and I hope will finish: but it is still uncertain. I...
I must now most Seriously request you to come on to me as soon as conveniently you can. never did...
Our good Friend General Lincoln gave me this morning your favour of the 7 th which compensated in...
Last Week I received through M r Izard a kind Invitation to dine with M rs Powell, whom I had not...
I hope you will not communicate to any body the hints I give you about our Prospects: but they...
Entre nous M r sheerjashub Bourne called upon me the other Morning to ask me some Questions about...
This day I rec d yours of the 2 d. — I have rec d all the Votes from all the States. it is known...
The Travelling I Suppose has retarded the Post of this Week, till to Day, when I received your...
I shall inclose with this, some Letters between Randolph and Hammond which will shew you how...
This is one of my red Letter Days. It is the Anniversary of the Signature of the Declaration of...
I have nothing to write you at this moment but Scandal, and that about one of our Connections and...
I am now Settled.— The first night I went to a M r Alders, opposite to M r Binghams, but not...
By the Post of Yesterday I received your kind Letter of the 4 th. of this month, and, by it, was...
I have, this minute rec d your favour of the 22 d. The Report of the Presidents Resignation is...
On Saturday I Saw our sons Letter to the Secretary of State. M r Randolph expressed his intire...
I thank you for presenting a Barrell of Flour to my Mother, and wish you to do every Thing for...
I am lodged at M r Otis’s and am personally well accommodated: but I am So little pleased with...
I wrote you last Week and inclosed an order for 600. Let me know when you receive it. Although...
I rec d. Yesterday your kind favour of the 11 th. I have not been able lately to write you so...
I had Yesterday the Pleasure of yours of January 5. I will Send, to M r Adams a Check upon the...
I wish the new Year may be the happiest of your Life. Last Night I had a Visit from D r Rush,...
Yesterday I came to Senate as usual on a monday morning pleasing my Imagination and my heart with...
I received to day, together, your Favours of the 31 st December 1796 and 1. Jan. 1797 Our H. of...
Since the Certainty has arrived of the very honourable Reelection of our Friend M r Smith of S....
Yesterday I attended the Dedication of a Temple. The Presbyterian Congregation in Market Street,...
General Lincoln setts out Tomorrow, and I should not dare to let him go without a Love Letter to...
I rec d your favour of the 9 th. Yesterday. The Weather is now extream Cold. The River is frozen...
Yesterday I had your favour of 16. M r Osgoods sermon has been printed here. I have heard M r...
The Die is cast, and you must prepare yourself for honourable Tryals. I must wait to know whether...
D r Blair has resigned and D r Green is our Chaplain, but Miss Blair is married to M r Roberdeau...
I have made the necessary Inquiry concerning Seeds And have found the Price so extravagant that I...
I am weary of this Scæne of Dulness. We have done nothing and Shall do nothing this Session,...
I promised you in my last an Account of the Commencement in the Methodists Meetinghouse north...
M rs Swan and her Daughters, conducted by M rs Otis came into the Senate Chamber this morning to...
We have had Such falls of Snow and rain that I Suppose the Mail has been retarded and I have no...
The public Prints, announce the Death of my old esteemed Friend General Roberdeau, whose Virtues...
After Spending a Day and a Night at East Chester with our Children there and another at Newyork...
We may ever remember The Thirtieth of November because it was the Day on which We were absolved...
This Day having been devoted to Thanksgiving by the Governor of Pensilvania, Congress have...
Your delicious Letter of the 5 th. came to my hand Yesterday. Your beautiful and pathetic...
I Send you, at present the Negotiations with M r Hammond as I sent you before those with M r...
The Presidents Speech is so important to the Public that I know you will be anxious to See it as...
It is a common Observation of Old People, that as they advance in Life time appears to run off...
Our Coach is Still immoveable. The Anarchical Warriours are beat out of all their Entrechments by...
You have sometime since, I presume, received my Letters inclosing those of our son Thomas of the...
I know not how to throw off, the Lassitude that hangs upon me.—weary of a daily round, which to...
I Spent a pleasant Day before Yesterday with M rs Smith and her Children at East Chester where...
I went to Senate this morning with Expectations highly raised of receiving my first Letter from...
Through the finest Fields of Wheat Rye, Barley Oats and Clover, but very indifferent Roads We...