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The Citizens of Quincy have agreed to Celebrate the Anniversary of our National Independance on...
In obedience to a vote of the Standing Committee of the Washington Society I have the honor to...
Thy letter duly came to my family, & I have now the pleasure to acknowledge the receipt of it. I...
presuming no one living to be better acquainted than yourself with that period of our history, to...
You will probably have seen in the publick prints, that an Association has been formed, to...
On the 15th. of March last I wrote unto you, requesting the favour of a Letter in your Own Hand...
You may have observed by the Boston Patriot of the 18th: Inst: that Henry V. Somerville Esqr. had...
Believing that the United States Military and Philosophical Society may be considered as...
The novelty of the occasion that produced the inclosed address, may furnish some apology for its...
Will you Oblidge me, so far as to inform me, the Names of the Seventeen Members of the House of...