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Mr. Tucker presents his Compliments to the Vice-President, & will do himself the Honor of waiting...
Mr. Silvester presents his most respectful compliments to the Vice President and acknowledges the...
Mr. Burke presents his Compliments to the Vice=President and is sorry he cannot do himself the...
Mr. Clymer’s respectful compliments to the Vice president is sorry he cannot have the honor of...
In Examining the Debates in the Lower House of Congress I find Melasses mentioned as Charged with...
I have never known more Pleasure discovered amongst all Ranks of Citizens, than what appeared...
Major Gibbs Captain Beals & mr Woodard all are going to New-york, and all have desired Letters,...
D r. Rodgers presents his most respectful Compliments to His Excellency the Vice President of the...
when I had the pleasure of conversing with you at Boston I took the freedom to recommend M r....
Permit me to join the Citizens of America in heart felt Congratulations on your Excellencys...
Lorsque nous nous Sommes quittés, Jeme Suis dit qu’il ne falloit pas penser a vous Ecrire parce...
I received mr Bourn’s Letter to day, dated this day week, and I was very happy to Learn by it...
At my last interview I mentioned to your Excellency my apprehensions that there were some...
Accept of my sincere Congratulations upon your arrival in new york, and upon your advancement to...
I had not the Pleasure of bidding You a personal Adieu on the Monday of your leaving this Town,...
I hope this will find you in Health and that Harmony and Unanimity prevails in the Councels of...
After my most sincere congratulations upon your arrival at the present Seat of the Federal...
I had the Pleasure of receiving your letter of the 10 th. ins t. the last evening, and should...
It is with great sincerity, I beg leave to congratulate your Honor on your election as Vice...
When we were going to the first Congress our worthy Freind Hawley, gave us in writing some broken...
Advised and even pressed, by Friends near me and at a Distance, “ to go on to New York;—to be in...
I should be wanting in those Evidences of my very sincere Respect & Esteem for you which I shall...
M r: Bourne has this moment waited upon me and informs, that he has been honoured by the senate...
I have the honor to transmit to you the information of your being elected to the office of...
This letter will be presented to you by the Hon. William Smith Esquire one of the representaives...
The Federalists of this State though denied the Priviledge of giving you their Suffrages, are...
You are too well acquainted with the history of the world & the distresses of mankind to expect...
From the influence as president of the senate, and a Citizen of massachussets, that you will have...
the Inhabitants of Marblehead in Common with their fellow Countrymen have ever felt Strongly...
I had yesterday the honour to go to Braintree on purpose to pay my respects to you on the...
Having been very happy in your friendship, and much honoured by it while you resided in this...
I find on enquiry that you are elected Vice-president, having three or four times the number of...
The accounts received of the votes given for Vice President of the federal Senate render your...
Having just rec d. a letter from my friend Doctor Rush, which contained the enclosed pacquet for...
Few events have happened since the 17th of septem r: 1788, which have afforded me more pleasure...
I know you will forgive me if I draw your attention, a moment, from the weighty matters that...
Since I made the last return of the number of Polls in the Commonwealth, to your Hon r , I find a...
How grateful, how thankful, this moment I feel— To who, for what? To the infinitely good, the...
Probably before this will reach you the election of Vice President will be determined, upon which...
Pardon the liberty I take, and permit me to call to your Excellency’s recollection, a Person who...
I have the honor to enclose a proclamation which will inform you of the result of the late...
Having read in the Papers of to Day, an Extract of a Letter from a Gentleman in France to one at...
Having read in the Papers of to Day, an Extract of a Letter from a Gentleman in France to one at...
I arrived here in six weeks from the Downs whence the ship in which I came took her departure on...
Your affectionate and instructing letter of Decem r 2 nd: did not reach me ’till yesterday.— I...
You may recollect that the Court of France by an edict, about 2 Years since, opend a trade to the...
You may recollect that the Court of France by an edict, about 2 years since, opend a trade to the...
You will recieve this at a Moment, when you will again find yourself surrounded by your amiable...
I now do myself the pleasure to inclose to you a copy of the Arret explanatory of that of Sep....
I now do myself the pleasure to inclose to you a copy of the Arret explanatory of that of Sep....