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IT is now almost three Months since I left you, in every Part of which my Anxiety about you and...
You have more than once in your Letters mentioned Dr. Franklin, and in one intimated a Desire...
Have only Time to send by this Opportunity a Token of Remembrance. The Fast was observed here...
About five O Clock this Morning, I went with young Dr. Bond at his Invitation and in his...
I have received your very agreable Favours of June 22d. and 25th. They contain more particulars...
This Letter is to go by my worthy Friend Mr. Stephen Collins of this City. This Gentleman is of...
I have this Morning been out of Town to accompany our Generals Washington, Lee, and Schuyler, a...
This Letter, I presume, will go by the brave and amiable General Washington. Our Army will have a...
I have been this Morning to hear Mr. Duffil, a Preacher in this City whose Principles, Prayers...
Dr. Church returns to Day, and with smarting Eyes, I must write a few Lines to you. I never had...
Dr. Church has given me a Lotion, which has helped my Eyes so much that I hope you will hear from...
I have received yours of 24th. May and a Copy of your Letter to Mr. Dilly, and one Letter from...
I had Yesterday the Pleasure of two Letters from you, by Dr. Church. We had been so long without...
Our amiable Friend Hancock, who by the Way is our President, is to send his Servant, tomorrow for...
I embrace an Opportunity by two young Gentlemen from Maryland to write you a Line, on friend...
I have an opportunity by Captn. Beale, to write you a Line. We all arrived last Night in this...
Our Hearts are bleeding for the poor People of Boston. What will, or can be done for them I cant...
Mr. Eliot of Fairfield, is this Moment arrived in his Way to Boston. He read us a Letter from the...
I arrived here, last Evening, and have attended Mr. Strongs Meeting all this Day. I rode alone,...
New York has appointed an ample Representation in our Congress, and have appointed a provincial...
I am wearied to Death with the Life I lead. The Business of the Congress is tedious, beyond...
I thank you for all your kind favours. I wish I could write to you, much oftener than I do. I...
Sitting down to write to you, is a Scene almost too tender for my State of Nerves. It calls up to...
I would not loose the Opportunity of writing to you—tho I must be short. Tedious, indeed is our...
I am very well yet:—write to me as often as you can, and send your Letters to the Office in...
I received your very agreable Letter, by Mr. Marston, and have received two others, which gave me...
In your last you inquire tenderly after my Health, and how we found the People upon our Journey,...
Having a Leisure Moment, while the Congress is assembling, I gladly embrace it to write you a...
I have written but once to you since I left you. This is to be imputed to a Variety of Causes,...
When or where this Letter will find you, I know not. In what Scenes of Distress and Terror, I...
I received your kind Letter, at New York, and it is not easy for you to imagine the Pleasure it...
I never enjoyed better Health in any of my Journeys, but this has been the most tedious, the most...
Have you seen a List of the Addressers of the late Governor? There is one abroad, with the...
I am engaged in a famous Cause: The Cause of King, of Scarborough vs. a Mob, that broke into his...
Mobs are the trite Topick of Declamation and Invective, among all the ministerial People, far and...
Our J ustic e H utchinso n is eternally giving his Political Hints. In a Cause, this Morning,...
I cant be easy without my Pen in my Hand, yet I know not what to write. I have this Morning heard...
Mr. Winthrop, Mr. Quincy and I came this Morning from York, before Breakfast, 15 Miles, in order...
I have concluded, to mount my Horse, tomorrow Morning at four, and ride to Wells to hear my old...
I am so idle, that I have not an easy Moment, without my Pen in my Hand. My Time might have been...
I have nothing to do here, but to take the Air, enquire for News, talk Politicks and write...
I have had a Curiosity to examine what could have been the Cause of Parson Lymans Affection to...
The Prophet of York has not prophecy’d in vain. There is in this Town and County a Laodiceanism...
This is the second day of the Term at York: very little Business--very hot weather. My...
I have a great Deal of Leisure, which I chiefly employ in Scribbling, that my Mind may not stand...
I had a tollerable Journey hither, but my Horse trotted too hard. I miss my own Mare—however I...
I am extreamly afflicted with the Relation your Father gave me, of the Return of your Disorder. I...
I was very glad to receive a Line from you, by Mr. French, tho the Account you give me of the...
I take an opportunity by Mr. Kent, to let you know that I am at Plymouth, and pretty well. Shall...
There is no Business here —And I presume as little at Braintree. The Pause in the English Trade,...