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I cannot omit paying my most sincere Respects by your good M rs Adams—on whom and your amiable Daughter attend my best prayers— it would have given me great Satisfaction to have offered them my Compliments, personally , before their sailing for Europe, Which I am deprived of by leaving Town this Evening— May the Winds be propitious and every blessing be theirs— I have had the pleasure of...
By my friend Jon a Jackson Esqr. who sailed for Ireland and England in Dece r last, I did myself the pleasure of writing you fully, under date of the 5 th of that month; and on the 26 th I had the honor of receiving your Favors of the 8 th Septem r preceding— Accept my sincere thanks for the confidential advice therein contained; which has been prudently, & I think very beneficially,...
By two Gentlemen who went in Ships bound for London, and of whose arrival in that City accounts are received, I had the pleasure of writing your good Self under the 16 th July—& 8 th August 83, both which Letters I hope reached you safe, and found you in health— As far as time or observation permitted, I gave a sketch of the politics in this Government—and wish the present day afforded a...