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. . . Judge Dana is removed, and no man seemeth to lay it to heart. If my absent son had been in...
your Letter begun at wWashington and finishd at Baltimore I received a few days since read and...
I received your kind and Friendly Letter of the 2d, and beg you to accept my thanks for your kind...
Your kind invitation would be joyfully accepted by my young Ladies, but at present they have with...
I have been contemplating writing to you for Several weeks past to inquire after your health &...
I have been contemplating writing to you for Several weeks past; to inquire after your health,...
If I had known the Messenger who left the Letter from your Neice, communicating to me the death...
How often I have in imagination I have visited you this Dreary season. I know not, but not a day...
I owe to your Friendship, a Letter of thanks for the interest you take in whatever concerns me or...
I had determined yesterday, to Sit out this morning with Louisa, and make you a visit of a day,...
Your favour of I received by the last mail. I had been in daily expectation of hearing from you,...
Altho my Health would not permit me to personally to pay the last respect to my Ancient and...
I need not put up the petition of Popes “teach me to feel an others woe” for I have...
I really was much rejoyed to See once again your hand writing. While I feelingly Sympathize with...
There is Surely a Secret Sympathy between us, for the very week in which you have written me I...
I received your obliging favour dated March 28th upon the 2 of this Month. it gave me great...
I received your very friendly Letter yesterday and thank you for your communication which I...
I believe I may say with truth, that I have been your daily visitor through the dreary season of...