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When our common Liberties are invaded, our dearest Rights in Danger, and a whole Continent loudly...
The polite and respectful terms in which you are pleased to communicate your approbation of our...
As I intend to leave this City Tomorrow I take the Liberty of sending you the inclosed. I have...
I received, my dear Sir, your favour of the 8: Instant and really feel for you in the double...
Yesterday, my dear Friend, was an important day, productive of the Resolutions of which I enclose...
I wrote you, my dear Sir, a hasty Scrawl by the post on a most important Subject—you know the...
I conclude, my dear Sir, that the late Resolution of Congress recommending the Assumption of...
Since my last I have had the Pleasure of recieving your Letter of the 25 th : Inst. and am...
We arrived in this City on Wednesday afternoon. If you talk seriously to its Inhabitants you’l...
I enclose you a Letter from France for yourself and another to M r . Platt which ^ last ^ you’l...