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I received pr. post yours of the 17th this day, I shall forward your Letter to the Children. I...
I received your letter by Mr. Pintard. Two articles we are much distressed for; the one is bells,...
James got home safe though covered over with mud and dirt, horses and carriage up to their very...
I have been so much engaged that I have not been able to get time to write you a line this week....
This will be delivered to you, by our friend, Mrs. Smith, who will pass you, on her way to...
Mr Smith called upon me a few moments this forenoon & brought me your letter of May 9th. I...
I write you a line this morning to say that dispatches have arrived from our envoys up to April...
I congratulate you upon your safe arrival in Philadelphia the pleasure is enhanced by being...
In return for your polite attention I send you two old News papers, in one of which you will find...
I return a subscription paper, which was inclosed to me by your Late much esteemed, and highly...
Inclosed is a paper I promised in a former Letter— I shall not write to Washington untill I get...
I received yours of the 9th. and thank you for the excellent matter which it contained. Mr Shaw...
Inclosed are the Letters by this days post Saturday—Tell William I received his from Worster this...
I have not written you for several days, you will easily suppose my time much occupied by having...
Mrs Adams’s Respects to Dr Benknap. She takes the Liberty of sending him a pamphlet just...
I arrived here on Sunday last, and without meeting with any accident worth noticing, except...
I inclose you the Letter which gave me every reason to expect that Thomas was on Board Capt...
I could not but regreet that we had not the pleasure of Seeing you in Philadelphia, as you got so...
I received your kind Letter of March 17th after I had written the inclosed. I know that I have...
I could not sleep last night. I read in the Mercury that Captain Jenkins in the America arrived...
I received a few lines from you yesterday, in replie to mr Bates queries. I would have the Room...
we left philadelphia on Wednesday last. the day preceeding was very Hot a partial rain had waterd...
I thank you for the entertainment afforded me by the Stranger, and I most Sincerely Congratulate...
I received your Letter by mr Sheafe together with the Small trunk Safe, and render many thanks to...
Inclosed is a Letter for the Doctor as the contents are valuable you will be so kind as to...
Last Evening was marrid at the Seat of the President of the united States, by the Revd mr Weld mr...
I expected to have heard from you on Saturday, but no Letter came and on Wedensday but Still no...
I wrote you in my last how much I was dissapointed in not being able to visit you my dear Sister,...
Death, thou art no Respecter of persons; Washington is no more! a Great Man has fallen, and his...
I am much mortified and dissapointed that I cannot have the pleasure which I anticipated of...
Yesterday the President Sit of for Trentown and on Wednesday the 9th of this Month I go; I could...
I received by way of Providence last week your kind Letter of the 11th sent by mrs. Barret,...
I received by mr Brooks the Sermon you was so good as to Send me; and have ha read it with much...
The paper which I inclose to you, will Shew you at one view the measures which have been adopted...
I received your Letter yesterday. I know from what I saw and heard whilst I was at home that...
Several of your favours have come Safe to hand for which I thank you—in your last you mention it...
I thank you my dear Nephew for your last agreable Letter. You have too sensible and feeling a...
What can you expect me to write you from this village; where I hear & know no more what is...
I write you a few lines to day, but the weather is so Hot and close and the flies so tormenting...
I think I do not hear from you So often as when I was in Philadelphia. I hope mrs Smith and you...
I think you have been exercised in deeds of Charity to that poor forlorn Man who would once have...
I did not write to you the last week. I supposed you must be much occupied by the ordination...
I received your Letter with mr Quincys oration which justly merrits all the praise bestowed upon...
I got to Westown on Wednesday by four oclock and was met two miles from Town by mrs Otis,...
When this reaches you I presume you will have arrivd to the end of your journey, and have taken...
I have been informd to day, that a paper from N York the daily advertizer was received in Town on...
Is there no method my child you can persue to escape the constant colds to which you are Subject....
yours of May 18 received on Saturday. the President Says, he will be obliged to you to chuse him...
I wrote you this week, but not hearing from you, as the Letter went by a transient person I fear...
your Aunt Cranch received a Letter from your mother of Janry 1st in which she makes mention of...