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Your finale on Mr. Hutchinson’s Character was duly received. If I rightly remember, the Governor...
Since my last short Conversation with you, I have read Mr. Wirt’s Biographical Romance, a...
I ought sooner to have thank’d you for your last biographical Notices, but you had before left me...
I may be almost afraid after so long an interruption that you may have forgot a correspondent,...
I should not perhaps have troubled you with my thanks particularly for your kind answers to my...
After waiting nearly in vain to obtain further documents for the biography of James Otis, I have...
At the Request of General Welles I write this Letter to introduce Mr. Binon the Artist we...
My Son William who is residing in the Country for Confirmation of his Health says among other...
I take the liberty of sending you a copy of a Report which is to be acted upon in Town meeting...
I do rejoice that “I have brought out the old gentleman”, & the Public would rejoice with me were...
I have been persuaded (though I doubt of it’s Success) to forward to You the earnest Request of...
Did Mr. Otis write more than two political Pamphlets? One his spirited “Vindication of the House...