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I have taken the best Advice, on the subject of your Billet, and I find you cannot compell me to...
By the same Token that the Bearer hereof satt up with you last night I hereby order you to give...
My inclinations, tho’ not my Expectations were very much disapointed in not sending you a long...
Accidents are often more Friendly to us, than our own Prudence.—I intended to have been at...
Love sweetens Life, and Life sometimes destroys Love. Beauty is desirable and Deformity...
Germantown is at a great Distance from Weymouth Meeting-House, you know; The No. of Yards indeed...
The Disappointment you mention was not intended, but quite accidental. A Gentleman, for whom I...
For many Years past, I have not felt more serenely than I do this Evening. My Head is clear, and...
The Room which I thought would have been an Hospital or a Musaeum, has really proved a Den of...
This is the last Opportunity I shall have to write you from Braintree for some Weeks. You may...
I have Thoughts of sending you a Nest of Letters like a nest of Basketts; tho I suspect the...
We arrived at Captn. Cunninghams, about Twelve O’Clock and sent our Compliments to Dr. Perkins....
The Deacon and his Three Children are arrivd and the Operation has been performed, and all well....
Yours of April 15th. this moment received. I thank You for it—and for your offer of Milk, but We...
Three of our Company, have now the Small Pox upon them, Wheat, Badger, and Elderkin. We have seen...
It was not forgetfulness, that prevented my writing. You must not ascribe to forgetfulness my not...
Many have been the particular Reasons against my Writing for several days past, but one general...
Returned from a Ramble in Town which began at 10 in the Morning. Dined with my Friend S. Adams...
I promised you, Sometime agone, a Catalogue of your Faults, Imperfections, Defects, or whatever...
This Morning received yours by Mr. Ayers. I can say nothing to the Contents at present, being...
I have this Evening been to see the Girl.—What Girl? Pray, what Right have you to go after...
Your kind letter I receiv’d to day and am greatly rejoiced to hear you are all so well. I was...
I embrace with Joy, this Opportunity of writing you. Mr. Langdon, who is to be the Bearer, was so...
We have lived thro the Heat, and Toil, and Confusion of this Week. We have tried three of the...
Your kindness to me in a former absence, requires some acknowledgment in this. I write to you,...
There is no Business here —And I presume as little at Braintree. The Pause in the English Trade,...
I take an opportunity by Mr. Kent, to let you know that I am at Plymouth, and pretty well. Shall...
I shall pass over in silence the Complementary introduction to your Letter, not because these...
I sincerely Congratulate my much Esteemed friend on the Restoration of the invaluable Blessing of...
When I cast my Eyes backward; and take a general survey, of the great alterations which have been...