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I had not the Pleasure of bidding You a personal Adieu on the Monday of your leaving this Town...
I have never known more Pleasure discovered amongst all Ranks of Citizens, than what appeared...
Your very obliging & confidential letters of the 3d. and 9th. of May I received on the 15. I...
That I was right in my Position "that a considerable Time must elapse before the united States...
I thank you for correcting my careless Appellation of federal Republic as applied to the National...
However you & I may have been taught by Civilians, & however History confirms the Maxim, that an...
Our Citizens here dis approprobate the Compensations, as they are called, which have passed the...
Your letter of 18th. I received last Evening & it was particularly acceptable as I had...
I was greatly obliged by your Letter of the 15th Instant, although it gave me some Mortification...
I have to regret that I was out of Town the Morning that you called upon me. At the Time Doctor...
It was with peculiar Pleasure, I rec’d your kind Letter of the 16th. I could not be dazzled with...
Last Evening at a Meeting of the Boston Marine Society , an address (Copy of which I inclose) to...
The Celebration of the Birth Day of 30 Oct. was more generally & cheerfully enjoyed & rejoiced in...
I thank you for the Honour of your Letters of the 14. & 19. I hope no Reply that can give...
There are two sets of Persons here who appear particularly anxious to learn the Result of the...
I took immediate Care to hand the public Papers, as authenticated by Mr. Otis, to the Printers of...
When I sported the Idea of an Ambassadorship I meant Nothing more than that it must be a most...
An extraordinary Paragraph which appeared in the Boston daily Advertiser of this morning, & which...
I yesterday received from the Post Office your very obliging Letter of the 16th. which has...
From your Letter of the 7th. I find some Misconception has arisen between you & the Editor of the...
In thanking you for your last ing interesting Letter, I have been particularly gratified, in...
If I don’t reply immediately to your kind Letters, pray attribute it to my being an Inquirer, &...
Was I to draw the Portraits of the two Characters You mention, of the first I should say that he...
The animated Style in which you have described the circumstances attending the Trial of Corbet &...
The reproof I received in your Letter of the 11th. & which I was favoured with only last Evening...
My son was particularly gratified with your account of Governor Pownal. His Impressions towards...
I do rejoice that “I have brought out the old gentleman”, & the Public would rejoice with me were...
Your finale on Mr. Hutchinson’s Character was duly received. If I rightly remember, the Governor...
At the Request of General Welles I write this Letter to introduce Mr. Binon the Artist we...
Since my last short Conversation with you, I have read Mr. Wirt’s Biographical Romance, a...
Did Mr. Otis write more than two political Pamphlets? One his spirited “Vindication of the House...
I ought sooner to have thank’d you for your last biographical Notices, but you had before left me...
My Son William who is residing in the Country for Confirmation of his Health says among other...
I have been persuaded (though I doubt of it’s Success) to forward to You the earnest Request of...
I may be almost afraid after so long an interruption that you may have forgot a correspondent,...
I should not perhaps have troubled you with my thanks particularly for your kind answers to my...
After waiting nearly in vain to obtain further documents for the biography of James Otis, I have...
I take the liberty of sending you a copy of a Report which is to be acted upon in Town meeting...