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Inclosed you have an Account of Powder supplyed the Army lately before Boston, by this Colony. We...
There is no measures conceivable to me that can save this Country from utter ruin but the raising...
At the same time that we think Ourselves obliged to acknowledge the vigilance and care of our...
Whereas John Hancock, Samuel Adams, John Adams, Robert Treat Paine, and Elbridge Gerry Esqrs....
I had wrote you several posts before my hearing you was returned. I should be very glad if you...
I address you upon a subject of much delicacy and which from circumstances which must be well...
I have not received a Line, nor heard a Syllable from you Since my Arrival, but I know your...
I am much obliged by your favour of the 9th. just received. Though I called the Subject of my...
Your two letters of Jan. 15. and Feb. 24. came safely to hand and I thank you for the history of...
In former Letters, I have made a few hasty Remarks upon Mrs Warren and Mr Marshall: permit me now...
The Imputation of a weak Passion has made So much Impression upon me, that it may not be improper...
I return the correspondence in ten Numbers with Thanks for the perusal of them. They are indeed...
Before the Arrival of your kind Letter by Wingrove I had heard, from various quarters, of your...
I am infinitely obliged to you for your Favour of 29 of september and for the Journals. These are...
The third of September, will be more remarkable for the Signature of the definitive Treaties than...
I find with some Surprise, in looking over unanswered Letters, One from yourself of 26 August. We...
We are going on, with as much dispatch as the Nature of our Business will admit of, and We...
It is necessary that you should be minutely informed, of the minutest and most secret Springs of...
I thank you for your address to the Senate. I wish the Presidents Message, your address, and...
I thank you for your polite communication of the Speech to your Legislature. The solid &...
When I looked for your Name among those who form the Representative Body of the people this year...
Looking over your Letter again, I find several Things unanswered. I should be Sorry to think that...
There are many parts of your Letter I have omitted, indeed it requires more Leisure than I have...
Although Governor Gages Prediction to General Jo. Warren has not yet, been fully accomplished in...
I received your obliging Letter of the 12th—I am sorry to find that Congress had not at that time...
I have received your favours of the 8th. and 10th and the volume of Benjamin Edes’s gazettes...
Some day next Week Mr. John Thaxter, will Sett off, on his Journey for York Town. You may...
I have been obliged as you will note to avail myself of your indulgence in answering your favor...
I have this morning received your favor of the fourth & immediately communicated it to the...
I have received your Letter of the 15 of June and am happy to inform you, that M r Jefferson and...
The Mail of last Week brought me your favor of the 7th. Never having entertained a doubt of your...
I am, this moment informed, that the Packet is arrived but neither D r F. nor I have any Letters...
Since my Arrival in Europe I have had Reason to be very well Satisfied with my Reception,...
Your two Letters of the 5th. of May I have recieved with more pleasure than You can imagine. They...
I have this moment written a Message to the Senate nominating you to be an Envoy Extraordinary to...
The Baron de Arundl, desires a Letter of Introduction to some Gentleman in Congress from me, and...
I have this moment your Letter of the 10th. That Man must have more Skill in Intrigue than any...
Yours of the 4. is before me. Mr. Dana, I think will accept. I have no personal Objection to...
Yesterday morning, D r. Franklin produced a Resolution of Congress, that A. F. & J. should be...
I this moment recieve your [favor] of the 22d. Nine days before that, to wit, May 13. I had...
I duly recd. your favor of the 25th. inclosing the Report of the Adjutant Genl. The latter I have...
It was but last Week that I received your Letter of the 14 th. of July.—With regard to the Money...
Thanks be to God, my dear Gerry, that our Tom Cod are Safe, in Spight of the Malice of Ennemies...
It was with infinite joy to me that you were yesterday announced to the Senate as envoy...
You will have Seen by my Public Dispatches what Prospects We have of any Sudden Arrangement with...
The very quick reply with wish which you honourd my Letter together with the Friendly contents of...
The inclosed Letters I Sent to M r Jay in Cypher, but as the Conversations with the King and...
Before the Arrival of your kind Letter by Wingrove I had heard, from various quarters, of your...
Yours of the 11 th is just recieved, and I repeat the sincere pleasure it has given me to see you...
This Letter will be delivered you by my Friend M r Storer by whom I may write more...