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You will doubtless be glad to hear News from this Quarter. Your Friends are all well. Our Army...
We are at Length fairly setting about our Finances and our foreign Affairs. For the latter...
If you play Truant thus, Le tout est perdue . How do you expect that your unruly Horses can be...
Congress have sent me here in Conjunction with some other Gentlemen to regulate their Army and in...
Our House are about to send you their Plan of Accomodation and I think myself bound to say...
I have received and now acknowlege your Letter of the tenth of November which arrived by Captain...
The Disaster you met with and the Delay occasioned by it will make all my Letters old before you...
I will enclose you the Copy of a Letter from Green to Congress if I get it in Time, which I...
What shall we do with our West Chester Causes I have not hitherto given you any Notices of Trial...
We were much surprized at your Letter to M r . Hobart as we could not perceive the Danger which...