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I received two kind Letters from you since I had the pleasure of writing to you. I regret that...
I received a few days past your obliging favour of May 7th. inclosing the Letters of my Sons, and...
I received on Saturday the 7th your Letter of June 4th, inclosing those from our Children, and I...
I received your Letter of June 20th with one for mrs Adams which I shall forward in a few day’s....
I received your Letter of July 4th. I was indeed so allarmd at the beginning of it, as scarcly to...
I thank you for the intelligence communicated to me in yours of the 7th, respecting my Nephew for...
I expect to set out tomorrow, on my journey to the Eastward. If the Letters which you may have...
I have the pleasure Satisfaction to inclose to you a Letter from our dear daughter at Berlin...
I embrace this opportunity by mr Shaw my Nephew, a Friend and college acquaintance of your Son’s,...
I have the Satisfaction of inclosing to you a Letter from our dear Daughter at Berlin, received...
I received your Letter with those inclosed from Berlin. I thank you for the entertainment which...
The weather is now so fine that I judge the Roads will be good by the beginning of the week; it...
I have been contemplating writing to you from day to day for Several weeks past: but having...
I expected the post of this morning would have brought me a few lines from you; I was very...
You judged right my dear Madam, I do most sincerely rejoice in your prosperity and returning...
I have been determined for several weeks to write to you, but one avocation after an other, has...
I thank you for your valuable and much esteemed favour of Sep’br. 28th the President will leave...
It is now near three Months since I left the city of Washington; in all which time I have not...
Last Evening we received Letters from Berlin of April the 14th with the agreable intelligen c e...
A Severe attack of a kind similar to that which two years ago, reduced me to the verge of the...
My Sympathizing Heart has borne a part in your sorrows, altho my Hand has been by sickness...
I requested judge Cranch, when he returnd to washington, to apologize to you; for my not replying...
upon my return from Boston where I passt a few days I found your very agreable Letter of october...
Since I had the pleasure of writing to you, I have received further accounts from our Children,...
I have been frozen up almost ever since I received your last kind Letter. such severe weather we...
I am indebted to you my dear Madam for three Letters. I have made two attempts before to...
upon my return from a visit to my Sister in Newhampshire, where I had been in pursuit of health;...
you will Smile my dear Madam when I tell you, that I began a Letter to you, wrote two pages, and...
No further intelligence from our Children has yet reached us my Dear Madam, than a Letter from mr...
I was much rejoiced to receive your kind Letter of Sep’br 26th I began to be very anxious that I...