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Yours of Septr. 9. I have received. Septr. 5. I sent you another Cannister by Mr. Hare. I have...
The Postmaster at N. York, in a Panick, about a fortnight ago fled to Dobbs’s Ferry, about 30...
Yesterday Morning I returned with Dr. F. and Mr. R. from Staten Island where We met L ord H owe...
This day, I think, has been the most remarkable of all. Sullivan came here from Lord Howe, five...
Mr. Bass arrived this Day, with the joyfull News, that you were all well. By this Opportunity, I...
Mr. G erry arrived Yesterday, and brought me yours of August 17. and soon afterwards the Post...
The two Armies, on Long Island have been shooting at each other, for this whole Week past, but We...
Mr. Benjamin Smith of S. Carolina, was kind enough to send forward from New York, your Favour of...
Within this half Hour, I received yours of the 18 by the Post. I have only Time before the Post...
The day before Yesterday and Yesterday, We expected Letters and Papers by the Post, but by some...
Yesterday Morning I took a Walk, into Arch Street, to see Mr. Peele’s Painters Room. Peele is...
Yours without a Date, but written, as I suppose about the Twelfth of August came by the Post this...
My Letters to you are an odd Mixture. They would appear to a Stranger, like the Dish which is...
This is the Anniversary of a memorable day, in the History of America: a day when the Principle...
Geography is a Branch of Knowledge, not only very usefull, but absolutely necessary, to every...
Mr. A. setts off, to day, if the Rain should not prevent him, with Coll. Whipple of Portsmouth: a...
Mr. A. and Coll. Whipple, are at length gone. Coll. Tudor went off with them. They went away,...
Yours of 30. and 31 July was brought me, to day, by Captain Cazneau. I am happy to think that...
Yours of 29 July came by this days Post, and made me very happy. Nabby, Charles, and Tommy, will...
The Post was later than usual to day, so that I had not yours of July 24 till this Evening. You...
This is one of my fortunate days. The Post brought me, a Letter from you and another from my...
How are you all this Morning? Sick, weak, faint, in Pain; or pretty well recovered? By this Time,...
Disappointed again.—The Post brought me no Letter from you, which I dont wonder at much, nor any...
This Mornings Post brought me yours of July 13 and 14 and has relieved me from an huge Load of...
I cannot omit the Opportunity of writing you, a Line, by this Post. This Letter will I suppose,...
This has been a dull day to me: I waited the Arrival of the Post with much Solicitude and...
In a Letter from your Uncle Smith, and in another from Mr. Mason which I received by this days...
My very deserving Friend, Mr. Gerry, setts off, tomorrow, for Boston, worn out of Health, by the...
You seem to be situated in the Place of greatest Tranquility and Security, of any upon the...
You will see by the Newspapers, which I from time to time inclose, with what Rapidity, the...
I have this Moment folded up a Magazine, and an Evening Post and sent it off, by an Express, who...
It is worth the while of a Person, obliged to write as much as I do, to consider the Varieties of...
Your Favour of June 17. dated at Plymouth, was handed me, by Yesterdays Post. I was much pleased...
Had a Declaration of Independency been made seven Months ago, it would have been attended with...
I have written so seldom to you, that I am really grieved at the Recollection. I wrote you, a few...
Yesterday was to me a lucky Day, as it brought me two Letters from you, one dated May 27. and the...
The last Evening, Mess. Adams, P aine and G erry and my self, by Agreement waited on the P...
Yesterday I dined with Captain Richards, the Gentleman who made me the present of the brass...
I have three of your Favours, before me—one of May 7., another of May 9. and a third of May 14th....
When a Man is seated, in the Midst of forty People some of whom are talking, and others...
I have this Morning heard Mr. Duffil upon the Signs of the Times. He run a Parrallell between the...
Mr. Church setts off, tomorrow Morning. I have sent this Morning by Mr. William Winthrop, about...
Yours of April 21. came to Hand yesterday. I send you regularly every Newspaper, and write as...
Yesterday, I received two Letters from you from the 7th. to the 14. of April. I believe I have...
This is St. Georges Day, a Festival celebrated by the English, as Saint Patricks is by the Irish,...
I send you every News Paper, that comes out, and I send you now and then a few sheets of Paper...
You justly complain of my short Letters, but the critical State of Things and the Multiplicity of...
Inclose a few Sheets of Paper, and will send more as fast as Opportunities present. Chesterfields...
I give you Joy of Boston and Charlestown, once more the Habitations of Americans. Am waiting with...
Yesterday I had the long expected and much wish’d Pleasure of a Letter from you, of various Dates...