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Thursday post brought me Yours of the 20 th 23 & 24. we have had a good Season for buisness and...
I Yesterday rec d the Letter inclosed from my Son and in the Evening the President told me he had...
I have made the necessary Inquiry concerning Seeds And have found the Price so extravagant that I...
I rec d on Monday your two favours of 28. Feb. I am very glad you employed Pratt to cutt the...
I never feel so great a propensity to write as when I have just received a Letter. Yours of Nov...
Why! this is very clever— Every Monday and every Thursday brings me regularly a Letter, which...
Yours of Feb ry 27. March 1 st came to hand on Thursday. I regreet that Congress are like to Sit...
I dined Yesterday with M r Burr, who lives here in Style. A Number of Members of the House The...
Your delicious Letter of the 5 th. came to my hand Yesterday. Your beautiful and pathetic...
We have a Turn of Weather as cold as any We have had through the whole Winter. The Violence of...
I received Your kind favours of March 3. 5 7 & 9 th by the Thursday post. we have as great a...
Your favour of January 23 d. by Captain Barnard reached me two or three days ago. I am a little...
I am clearly of opinion with you that we stand in need of some magic equally powerful as the Lyre...
M r: Clagett has this moment delivered me your favour of the 29 th: ult o: and informs me that he...
I was sadly dissapointed to Day when James returnd from the Post office without one Single Letter...
on Wednesday I dined with M r Russell the Friend of D r Priestley and while We were at Table, in...
M r Hindman of Maryland has requested a Letter from me, for M r Richard Cook of Anapolis, who...
Captain Beal was in Boston on Saturday and he prevaild on the post master to let him take up the...
On Monday I rec d your favour of the 20 th Nothing will damp the Rage for Speculation but a Peace...
The opportunities for writing occur so frequently at this time, and there is so little to say...
I yesterday received Yours of March 19 & 23 d inclosing the Letter from our son, compareing Such...
The Newspapers will inform you of our interminable Delays. The House have asked for Papers and...
I see by the papers brought by last nights Mail that the Question on Livingstones Motion was...
I have this morning received your favours of Jan. 7 and February the first with the Newspapers...
It is a long time Since I have rec d a Letter from you and it is too long Since I have written to...
The H. of R. have not yet determined— The Question is to be calld up on Monday— But the...
It is with real Sorrow that I have to acquaint You with the Death of so valuable a Man as Hon’...
I dined on Monday at the Presidents with young La Fayette and his Preceptor, Tutor or Friend,...
The Doctor may have the Steers if he wishes to have them. The People of the United States are...
Your favor of the 13 ult. came to hand the 31 st: and that of the 24 th: on the 3 d: cur t: I...
What you will say, or think, I know not at the Wages I am obliged to give. they are not higher...
M r Van Persyn the bearer of this; is a Dutch gentleman the brother in law of M r Jean Luzac by...
The Sensations of Ap. 19. 1775 and those of this Morning have some Resemblance to each other. a...
I rec d. yesterday your favour of the 18 by the Post M r Van Persyn, whom you mention as the...
This Day seven Years I first took my seat in Senate and I hope I shall not sit there seven Years...
I believe I never have acknowledged the Rec t of your favour of March 21.— In Dexter and Ames We...
On the 19 th: inst: the packets entrusted by you to the care of Erving, were handed me by M r:...
Your kind letters of Dec r 30 th from London and of Nov r 4 th from Helvoetsluys have been both...
I have yours of the 22 d. M r Van Persyn I shall be glad to see whenever it Suits his convenience...
You will find by the papers that I send with this letter, what you will perhaps know before the...
And why should I feel so anxious, so heavy at My Heart, and So depressed in My spirits? I cannot...
I had the pleasure yesterday to receive your kind letter of the 23 d of Febuary from London— we...
What ever the Majority of the House of Representitives may think of their conduct, and motives,...
Our Coach is Still immoveable. The Anarchical Warriours are beat out of all their Entrechments by...
I am not surprized at your Anxiety expressed in your Letter of the 25 th. which I rec d...
I last Evening received Your favours of April 21, 23, 24 & 26 th . I think an other week will...
The Result of Saturdays Debate in the H. of R. removes all Anxiety for the Remainder of this...
The first sight which saluted my Eyes this Morning was a fine colt. the complexion however is...
M r Richard Cooke of Mary land will tell you all the News— I expect to sign the Bills this day...
I am extreamly sorry to hear that you have been ill of your old Complaint: but was somewhat...