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It gives us much concern to find that disturbances have arisen and still continue among you...
The Bearer Mr. Joseph Norris intends to visit several parts of Europe. His Family has been very...
Th: Jefferson, with his respects to mr Dickinson, begs his acceptance of a copy of a late...
John Dickinson accepts with many Thanks the Copy of the late Resolution of the Legislature of...
John Dickinson presents his Thanks for the appendix, and has been much gratified in perusing so...
Amidst the many and important Affairs that must engage thy Attention at this Time, my Heart...
No pleasure can exceed that which I recieved from reading your letter of the 21st. ult. it was...
Thy Letter of the 6th of last Month I received with all the pleasure that arises from every...
As the desire of an Acquaintance with those whom We have been long accustomed to esteem, is a...
I recieved with great pleasure, as I do every thing from you, your letter by Dr. Vaughan , and am...