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The final question in our Convention has just been decided in the affirmative by 89 ays 79 noes....
We are at length approaching the close of our deliberations on the several parts of the...
No question has yet been taken by which real strength of parties in our Convention can be...
I am tolerably well over the bilious indisposition which confined me at the date of my last. The...
I have been for two days & still am laid up with a bilious attack. Writing is scarcely...
I thank you sincerely for your favor previous to your leaving N. York. The information in it is...
I have received the letter with which you were pleased to honor me from Boston, and pray you to...
I have this instant recd. your favr. of the 16. and have but a few moments to thank you for it. I...
I wrote to you some days since, that to request you to inform me when there was a prospect of...
Since my arrival here, I have written to my colleagues, informing them, that if either of them...
Mr. Francis Upton, a Gentleman recommended to me by Mr: Hartley, will have the Honour to deliver...
Mr. M & Mr Grayson present their complts to Mr. King and beg leave to inform him that the doors...
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...
Give me leave to introduce to you Colonel Forrest, who lost a Limb at the Battle of Germantown—he...
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,...
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 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...
In Consequence of a Letter from Lt. Governor Cushing I have caused the Records to be searched and...
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...