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"Who doth time gallop withal?" Instead of answering this as Shakespeare has done, I would say...
My grandson Th: Jefferson Randolph, being on a visit to Boston, would think he had seen nothing...
My grandson Th: Jefferson Randolph, being on a visit to Boston, would think he had seen nothing...
The past week has brought us summer weather and makes the city look as green as it is wont, in...
It is with great reluctance I presume to intrude upon your venerable retirement; but I am...
Another fortnight has passed since I had the honour to address you, and the end of it has found...
A fortnight has passed over, since I last addressed you, and scarcely any thing of interest has...
Since my last letter the whole family have been suffering from violent colds. I did not escape...
It has been a great mortification to me, that in every attempt in every direction I have sought,...
An unaccountable fit of dullness and inability to do any thing, prevented my writing to you on...
The enclosed papers numbered 1. and 2. are copies 1 Of a Letter from Mr Bassett, Chairman of a...
The first disciples of Jesus-Christ did not hesitate at times to ascert that the Love of...
It is with an inexpressible delight, that I received and perused your affectionate Letter of the...
On this day, one which in this part of the country is considered much as Thanksgiving day is in...
I have recd your letter of to day covering the Resolution of the House of Representatives of the...
Your letters are always welcome, the last more than all others, it’s subject being one of the...
Your letters are always welcome, the last more than all others, it’s subject being one of the...
I thank you for your kind Letter—and your Father still more for his permission in permiting you...
I was much delighted yesterday by the receipt of the letter from you. It assured me that you was...
In the present dearth of news, and of every thing to make a letter interesting, I am afraid I...
Believing that you Still continue to feel a deep interest in the promotion of Science through the...
You will not be displeased, I am confident, if I address you again a few lines—perhaps—one or...
Time has slipped by most unaccountably during my resolutions constantly expressed of writing to...
A stranger who holds your character in affectionate and reverential regard, requests you to...
Permit me Sir, to ask of you one Small favour, that is to write a few lines to the Presdent of...
In order not to be tedious or Embarrassing to you I must be brief. I am a son of a Republican who...
You cannot Immagine the comfort your Letter of 22d Ultimo gave me I fear’d Indisposition had so...
As the nephew of your late friend General William Whipple, who signed with you the Declaration of...
Often when I labour in my garden,—and I do so usually from sunrise till its setting—I expatiate...
After Such a long protracted Silence you will not find fault, that I indulge once more in writing...
It is a very long time my dear venerated father since I have written to you; but the events of...
Were it not that I am well acquainted with the illustrious place you deservedly hold, in the...
It was an unexpected pleasure which I received in your letter of the 17th. of last month, as I...
Captain Ryk takes his leave and presents the Expression of his Veneration to His Excellency...
Mr. Rabello being about to visit Boston and your residence, and being very desirous of the honor...
As a Member of the French benevolent Society established in this City more than 20 years ago for...
The past week has scarcely been marked by any occurrence worth relating in a letter, the weather...
As doubts have been expressed by the Agent of His Britannic Majesty under the 6th and 7th...
Immediately after the late celebration on Bunker-Hill the enclosed lines were written, and have...
One week has passed already since my arrival here and to us by no means a quiet one. General La...
His Serene Highness, the Duke Bernard of Saxe Weimar has expressed a Strong desire of being...
It seems an age to me , since we parted, and have not since had any accounts from those who have...
The Washington Society, desirous to evince their respect for one of the Fathers of American...
The Baron de Syon will have the honor of presenting you this letter. He has been travelling from...
I have the honor to enclose a card for the celebration on the seventeenth ; An occasion on which...
John W. Boott Esq. of this city being desirous, with his friend Mr M Cale, of Philadelphia, to...
It is with much pleasure that I avail myself of this occasion in Sending you an address deliver’d...
Permit me to indulge my feelings in grateful acknowledgments for the very kind & polite rec e...
I have read with interest and admiration the history of your life—your assidious toils in gaining...
I take the liberty of enclosing you five numbers of a little work, which I have undertaken with a...