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I am much obliged to you for your kind Letter of the 2 d. of November, and hope that a...
I am much obliged to you for your kind Letter of the 2 d. of November, and hope that a...
In Consequence of a Letter from Lt. Governor Cushing I have caused the Records to be searched and...
Yesterday I was honoured with your Letters of the 4. and 10. Dec r. — The Act of Congress...
Yesterday I was honoured with your Letters of the 4. and 10. Dec r. — — — The Act of Congress...
I have inclosed to M r Ramsay an Address to the landed trading and funded Interests of England,...
I have inclosed to Mr Ramsay an Address to the landed trading and funded Interests of England,...
Yesterday, arrived by the Post your Favours of the 2. 4. & 5. of May. Every Day will furnish...
I had heard Sometime ago, of your Marriage with the amiable Daughter of my old Friend, M r Alsop,...
Yesterday, arrived by the Post your Favours of the 2. 4. & 5. of May. “Every Day will furnish...
I had heard Sometime ago, of your Marriage with the amiable Daughter of my old Friend, M r Alsop,...
Give me leave to introduce to you Colonel Forrest, who lost a Limb at the Battle of Germantown—he...
The tumultuous Conduct of many People in New England which is mentioned in your obliging Letter...
The tumultuous Conduct of many People in New England which is mentioned in your obliging Letter...
Mr. Francis Upton, a Gentleman recommended to me by Mr: Hartley, will have the Honour to deliver...
I am very much obliged, Sir, by your kind Letter of the 30th of Septr, and for the important...
This Letter will be presented to you, by Mr Peter Cunningham a Relation and an old Acquaintance...
The inclosed Letter from the Sec. of State I pray you to convey in Safety and as Soon as may be...
I duly received, his Britannic Majestys Declaration and the List of Papers presented to...
I run the risque of introducing to You, the Reverend Mr Henry Colman of Hingham. He is one of our...
I am very much obliged to you for the information, melancholly as it is to me, of the death of Mr...
Your kind letter of th 12th has greatly obliged me. I had read the Speech before in the public...
I have received, and read with Avidity and pleasure your Eloquence and Ratiocination, on the...