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I received yesterday two Letters from each of our Sons at the Hague, who were very well and in...
Last Night the Consul General De la Tombe made me a Visit with your kind Letter of the 18 th. He...
M r Adet was presented to The President on Tuesday and accompanied by The Secretary of State made...
We have very seldom an opportunity of hearing from you; and still more seldom that of writing you...
It is painfull to feel an Impulse to write when there is nothing to Say. I write merely to let...
I should be unpardonable if I neglected this Opportunity of writing to you by a private hand, &...
If I could take a Walk or a Ride to N. Y. in the Evening and come here again in the Morning how...
I have rec d yours of the 10 th and a Cordial it was, for I began to be fearful for your health....
The Senate are now in Possession of the Budget.— It is a Bone to gnaw for The Aristocrats as well...
Through the finest Fields of Wheat Rye, Barley Oats and Clover, but very indifferent Roads We...
We seem to be once more restored to some connection with our own Country; for six months after we...
Your favour of Nov r: 26. Was not quite five months in reaching me. I received it about a week...
I believe in one of my Letters I told you I had troubles of various kinds— I need to be possessed...
I did not receive your last letter until after it had been written some considerable time The...
This is the coldest day We have felt this Winter, and if it were not for the hope I have of a...
The arrival of the french Army in this Country, as the friends and allies of the Batavian People,...
I was not disappointed Yesterday, for the Post brought me your Letter of January. and I was...
The Judges are now here— Judge Cushing is under the Hands of D r Tate who is Said to have wrought...
This Morning I received your favour of the 21 st. of January. I am Sure your People do a great...
You have sometime since, I presume, received my Letters inclosing those of our son Thomas of the...
The public Prints, announce the Death of my old esteemed Friend General Roberdeau, whose Virtues...
Yesterday I had your favour of 16. M r Osgoods sermon has been printed here. I have heard M r...
I have had a very bad cold, attended with some other complaints which have enfeebled me, & made...
I thank you for presenting a Barrell of Flour to my Mother, and wish you to do every Thing for...
I rec d your favour of the 9 th. Yesterday. The Weather is now extream Cold. The River is frozen...
On Saturday I Saw our sons Letter to the Secretary of State. M r Randolph expressed his intire...
The Travelling I Suppose has retarded the Post of this Week, till to Day, when I received your...
Last Week I received through M r Izard a kind Invitation to dine with M rs Powell, whom I had not...
I dined yesterday with M r Hammond the British Minister who told me that M r Dunlap had just...
By this Days Post I have your Letter of the 26. Ult. I believe that some incomprehensible...