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This Letter is to go by my worthy Friend Mr. Stephen Collins of this City. This Gentleman is of...
I am almost ashamed to intrude another Letter by this Conveyance, which, if it should prove a...
In my Acctt. sent Mr. Adams you will not find any large sums Credited for Your Farm. The Farm...
Had you My respected friend join’d the Small, tho’ social Circle the last Thursday, it would have...
I heartily congratulate you upon the indubitable Proofs of our Friends Arrival in France. You...
Our Gen l Court is now in the Fourth Week of its Session; very little Business of Importance as...
An unfortunate dislocation of my right wrist has for three months deprived me of the honor of...
Your favours of 18 th. and 19 th instant are so full of your Plans and Labours in Agriculture,...
Mr. Brown, whom I left at Passy, when I returned to you, and whom I found here, upon my return to...
This is the first Moment I have been able to Seize, in order to acquaint you of my Arrival and...
The ice in the Delaware having delayed the post beyond it’s usual period I had not the honor to...
Many besides my self partake with you in the Sollicitude you express respecting our dear Friend;...
We go Slowly forward: So Slowly as to produce no Results, which is a better course than to run...
Altho’ I have already written you by Mr. Brush who will probably deliver this to you; yet I...
I rec d Yesterday your favour of 23. of Dec r. from Boston. The old Patrioch, has got a Name of...
I had just Sent off to the Poet office, my Letter in which I requested a Diary of Husbandry when...
It is with shame that I recollect that I have not written you more than two or three Letters...
I did not know till this moment that Coln. Franks would set out this evening, who has just Call’d...
Will My good and worthy friend M rs. Adams, give Me leave to request her acceptance of a Small...
We have been three days, soaking and poaching in the heavyest Rain, that has been known for...
We have no News: a long, cold, raw, northeast Storm has chilled our Blood, for two days past. It...
An unfortunate dislocation of my right wrist has for three months deprived me of the honor of...
Mr Murray, whom I am glad to see out again will carry to Bath this Memorandum that We are all...
New York has appointed an ample Representation in our Congress, and have appointed a provincial...
Large Packets are here received from Mr. Adams up to March 4th. His Reception was of the most...
Mr. Le Roy the Bearer of this is a native of N. York but has lived nine years in Amsterdam with...
Give me leave to present you my Most Sincear and respectful thanks of having been so kind as to...
I went a few days ago to see the Hotel de Monnoie or the Mint, the Building where all the Kings...
I have had the pleasure of receiving your agreeable favour of the 9th. of April. I am so...
It gives me peculiar pleasure to hear from the Vice President, that you have enjoyed your health,...