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If you can obtain leave of absence I wish for the pleasure of your Company here on the twelfth of...
Harriet Welsh writes me that George and you intend to visit Mrs. de Wint during the vacation and...
Will you allow me Sir, the honor of presenting, and afford me the gratification of perusing the...
I cannot imagine my Dear John what can be the reason of your not writing to me. You used to be a...
Captain Ryk takes his leave and presents the Expression of his Veneration to His Excellency...
Although I did not hear from Montezillo—Since your very affectionate Letter of 30 May—except by...
I received your letter with pleasure, and read it with high satisfaction. You have paid the...
Confident, that, after Such a long Silence, a few Letters of an old friend, who allways revered...
Several times since my return home, I have thought it wd be proper to write you on the subject of...
You are respectfully informed, that at a meeting of the NEW-YORK HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, held on...
Although my health is very indifferent, and my eyes soo weak and dim, that within a fortnight, I...
I was so much occupied during my stop at Borden Town I could not answer your Letter therefore...
My Dear and ever Honor’d And beloved Father and And Friend—For such I shall ever consider you.—it...
I write you a few lines my dear John in answer to yours which I received last night merely to say...
Being very well I hasten to write you and although you disclaim all merit in a certain...
Will you Oblidge me, so far as to inform me, the Names of the Seventeen Members of the House of...
I take pleasure in introducing to your acquaintance the Revd. Mr Barber, who has been some years...
I took up in a bookstore this morning a work that has just appeared in two volumes entitled “ The...
As you take a deep interest in our College and the conduct of its affairs, I enclose you Mr...
I am, indeed, gratified by the receipt of your letter of the 27th ulto. The approbation of those...
I have taken the liberty to forward you by mail a volume of Letters on the past & present State...
Decbr. 3d Did not attend at Church Mr Ryland was to preach and his last sermon was such a strange...
I Som three weeks ago took the liberty of writing to you in Concequen ce of the Advice of Mr...
I have the honor, in fulfilment of my official duty, to transmit to you a copy of the...
I had this day an opportunity to examine our Town Records. In May 1765 the representatives chosen...
I recieved in due time your two favors of Dec. 2. & Feb. 10. and have to acknolege for the ladies...
I was duly favored, sometime since, with thy kind notice of my late publications, for which I...
I feel exceedingly honored as well as gratified by your kind notice of my humble labours. Your...
It is very long, my dear friend, since I have written to you. the fact is that I have was...
I have seen Mr. Stuart, and he requests me to say he is ready at any moment to give you a sitting...
I dare not, no, I will not delay longer my answer to your affectionate Letter, with which I was...
Had I strength enough remaining to have left my Room, to which I have been confind by severe &...
Various causes, connected with the absence & illness of Revd Mr Fay of the old church, have...
you did me the honour some time since after reading my memoir of Dr Hugh Williamson to write me a...
As no act of the Congress of the Thirteen United American Colonies was so distinguished as that...
I take the liberty to transmit to you a discourse delivered at the consecration of the Synagogue...
Once more I must give you my cordial thanks for this proof of your remembrance—not, that I...
Yesterday I was highly gratified with your affectionate Letter, and answer it directly, not to...
I have taken the liberty to forward to you a pamphlet containing a few papers prepared for the...
Yesterday brought me your Letter of the 7th which I was sorry announced a mishap which gave me...
The past week has scarcely been marked by any occurrence worth relating in a letter, the weather...
There is in Boston, a Lemmon-tree of a peculiar kind, called the Sweet Lemmon, Sent to your...
Your Letter my dear John gave us great uneasiness on your Grandfathers account and we feel very...
Mrs. Quincy was this day in my office looking at the Colony records, and mentioned to Mr. Davis...
As you will not wait in bestowing your kindnesses, till I arrive at Montezillo, you must permit...
We are about commencing the 87th. year of our pilgrimage. And by the last Catalogue of H.C. among...
Habituated as I have long been to consider your judgement as infallible, I have not found it...
This ‘ Baby ’ of mine, the little Book sent herewith, is truly a very small Book; but thou wilt...
Tho’ you have not indulged me with the pleasure of hearing from you, since your return to Quincy,...
Your kind concern for me, fills me with deep feelings of gratitude—I am as yet confined to my...