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mr Dexter will come to Boston tomorrow for the Trunks you must go with him to mr Crufts who when...
So, so master John, your Back is up, because you have not been written to, as often as you...
I received your Letter by mr Beals, and was very glad to learn that you and your Brother had...
enclosed is the money which mrs Welsh advanced upon your account which you will pay her, and get...
By mistake two of your Shirts were Sent without marking. ask mrs Welsh if She will let her woman...
I write you a few lines in addition to what I have already written, and inclose you the Copy of a...
I write but seldom to you, least you should feel as tho’ you were obliged to replie, when you...
enclosed is a Letter which you will see contains a request to me; and through me to you. the...
I will write to you again, and untill I learn from you, that you have taken your passage home.—I...
Your Letters are always Common property with the Family to hear from you, and know that you are...
The voice of the Nation call’s you home. the Government call you home—and your parents unite in...
Through the kind of attention of mr Crafts we learnt yesterday morning of the arrival of the...
As you accused me last Evening, or rather Night with preventing the Ladies from writing to you; I...
The president has thought it Safe for the Students to assemble at Cambridge upon fryday last, and...
I think I once heard you Say—to make a thing choice it Should be rare. your kind Letter last...
Your Journal No 7. to Janry 30th, Harriet brought me to day, just as we had sat down to dinner;...
Your Letter of May 2d was so long comeing, that I feared Sickness had arrested your pen—as...
The fine Sleighing has tempted So many visitors to make use of it, that we have had a Constant...
I received your journal No 4. containing the drawing Room History, which amused us much. What...
A long period has elapsed since I addrest a line to you—I have not taken my pen for three weeks—I...
My correspondence has been much interrupted the last fortnight Susan has been So feeble and weak,...
I received yesterday your journal to the 21st of Jan’ry. Washington Seems to be in a whirpool of...
I received Your Letter of July 18th on Saturday 25th. It was a great damper to me, who had been...
I write a line to enclose a Letter from Harriet. George has been so steady at Cambridge that I...
I this morning received Your Second Letter, by way of journal. we have all been highly...
you will I know excuse my not haveing written to you more than once; when you learn the...
I have been haunted with the Deamon of omission, and a hundred Sprights in the garb of excuses,...
I received your Letter of March 2d which has increased my anxiety to hear again from you, for a...
The Children Say that they have your permission to come to Town to dine with Commodore Hull—and...
I received your very kind Letter, in which you take so great interest in my health, that I am...