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This Day having been devoted to Thanksgiving by the Governor of Pensilvania, Congress have...
Congress have rec d from the President all the Negotiations with France and England as well as...
I thank you for your kind letter of the tenth of this month. Mr. G. may well be shocked at the...
Having taken a cold which makes it inconvenient to go out this morning I cannot employ myself...
The Revolution in France is commonly Said to be without Example in the History of Mankind: But...
M rs Otis arrived with her little Rosignal, in good health and Spirits the night before last, and...
This Morning I returned M r Genets’ Visit. The Conversation was confined to Some Inquiries I made...
I went this morning to D r Greens and this afternoon to St. Pauls where I heard D r Magaw: but I...
The Papers, furnish Us this Evening with more flowers of Jacobinical Rhetorick from New York....
I have enough to do to write Apologies in Answer to Invitations to dinner and to Tea Parties: but...
This morning I received your favour of the 20 th. The House I am in was aired and Smoked with Tar...
I have taken a Sheet of Paper, only to wish you an happy new Year and many happy repetitions of...
This morning I rec d your agreable Letter of the 30. Ult.—I wish you would explain to me what you...
The Public Papers will inform you that M r Jefferson has resigned and that M r Randolph is...
I received this Morning your valuable Letter of the 6 th and am much pleased with your...
As I wish to turn your Attention to those Political Questions which involve Points of the Law of...
By the first Article of the Treaty of Commerce between the United States and France it is...
As the genuine Equality of human Nature is the true Principle of all our Rights and Duties to one...
The Door Keeper has just brought me your kind Letter of Dec r 28. Freneau’s Paper is discontinued...
Colonel Smith spent the last evening with me, and presented me with your kind letter of the 29th...
The Anxiety you express (in your kind Letter of Dec r 31 which I received this morning ) for your...
I had Yesterday the Pleasure of yours of January 5. I will Send, to M r Adams a Check upon the...
I Send you, at present the Negotiations with M r Hammond as I sent you before those with M r...
We go Slowly forward: So Slowly as to produce no Results, which is a better course than to run...
I am weary of this Scæne of Dulness. We have done nothing and Shall do nothing this Session,...
I have just now rec d your favour of the 12 th. The Mail from the Eastward has been unusually...
The Mail of Yesterday brought me, a rich Treasure in your kind Letters of the 18. 24 and 25 th of...
The Indisposition of my ever honoured and beloved Mother gives me a very tender Anxiety— I hope...
I have rec d your s of the 30 th. Ult. and given the inclosed to son Thomas, who will do with it...
Vive la Baggatelle! Dulce est desipere. I have no other Resource in my solitude, amidst all my...
I have rec d yours of Jan. 31.— And it has relieved me from a Melancholly which has hung upon me...
We have done nothing hitherto, but prevent our Countrymen from plunging blindfold into a War,...
I this day rec d your favours of the 8. and 12 th. but how this last could have leaped to this...
The Birthday was celebrated Yesterday with as much Joy affection and Festivity as ever, and as it...
The Senate were obliged to Spend the whole of the last Week, in a Solemn Tryal of the Election of...
What! are my venerable Old Friend Gates, and my respectable old Acquaintance Osgood, and my...
Your Favours of Feb. 26 and Feb. (blank) arrived not till last night. They deserve my best Thanks...
Your Letter of Yesterdays Date has given me much Pleasure. I recognize in it, my own son. Your...
I received Yesterday your kind Letter of Feb. 28. and March 1.— I can never be sufficiently...
I have all along flattered myself with hopes that I might with Propriety have taken Leave of the...
This morning I had the Pleasure of your Letter of the 2 d of this month. The Town meeting did...
I know not how to throw off, the Lassitude that hangs upon me.—weary of a daily round, which to...
Your favour of 8. March is just put into my hand.— My beloved Mother is very near my heart and...
I have scarcely a moment to acknowledge the Rec t of your favour of 22 this instant put into my...
Cheesman has at length arrived and I have rec d my Trunk in much better order than I expected....
The Post of the day brought me, your kind Letter of 26. Ult. The more I am charmed with your...
I have rec d your favour of the 22 d I believe it is, and am glad to hear that the People of...
The Weather is cooler And the Minds of Men are calmed by the inclosed Communication. But A Sourd...
The Old Debtors to British subjects, united with the over Zealous Friends of France and the...
Your favour of the 28 th. Ult. arrived this morning. before this time I hope you have received...