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I recieved your Letter by the last Mail inclosing one for your daughter, who left me last week,...
I wrote you in my last how much I was dissapointed in not being able to visit you my dear Sister,...
I received your kind Letter by mr Peabody and thank you most Sincerely for it. I did not know...
I realy ought to have written to you and have inclosed the few Lines to Cousin Abbe which were...
I mentiond to mr D. Greenleaf the money which was to have been Sent to the Young Cranchs for...
I had got comfortably through the cold of the winter, but the chilling winds of March have laid...
Yesterday the President Sit of for Trentown and on Wednesday the 9th of this Month I go; I could...
your Letter of Feb’ry 15th, lies yet unacknowledged My Spirits have been in a whirl, the...
Yesterdays post brought us heavey tydings tidings from Philadelphia. our Friend, our Physician,...
I this day received your kind Letter of the 17th. I know not any thing which would give me more...
A very droll accident happend to the inclosed Letter, as you will See by the address; I wrote two...
I was unable to replie to my dear Sisters Letter of May 19th when I received it, being visited by...
Your Letter of August 25th I received, and have felt very anxious for you and your family ever...
I received your Letters by the Mail of yesterday, and by the return of it to day I write to give...
My daily care and visits for a fortnight past have been to the sick and dyeing Bed of our good...
I took a ride to Weymouth on Tuesday, and carried the letter received from Atkinson to the Dr.,...
If I had written to you my dear sister half as often as I have thought of you and contemplated...
Not having Wholy dissolved by the intense heat of the last week, I am enabled from a change of...
I have been so encumbered since my return with Masons Carpenters &c in making repairs to the...
Truly my dear sister I blush and am asshamed that I have not written to you in replie to your...
We have lost an excellent Neighbour and Friend in the death of Mr Black, for more than a Year he...
How have your Lungs borne this severe cold weather? mine have hitherto sustaind it better than...
It looks like a want of those gratefull feelings which I am sure are inmates of my Heart, that...
a Contrast, which they may lament, but cannot now remedy. to a total and final relinquishment of...
I ought to have written to you before this day and have informed you of my Safe return home....
your Letter of Novbr 12 I received. you was not more amazed at the news of the sudden match that...
I hear that Cousin Abbe is to return tomorrow to Atkinson. I Send by her two pr Socks for George...
I received your Letter written upon the Birth-day of my only daughter, and memorable to me for...
your Letter of july 26th has lain by me unanswerd untill now. your own mind will easily suggest...
I received this morning your Letter of 10th I feard that you were Sick, not hearing from you by...
An inflamation in one of my Eyes, will prevent me from writing more than to thank you for your...
I received your Letter of June 22d and rejoiced to find your Spirits So good. The Scriptures tell...
I received by the last Mail your Letter of the 26th of April. the Severe weather of this week has...
Inclosed are two Letters for you & family or to Speak more correctly one for you, and one for Mrs...
True my dear Sister, “our Sweetest comforts have their alloy” my dear Caroline left me yesterday....
I cannot but lament that the cares and avocations of your Family should so fully occupy your...
I am going to ask you a curious question Nothing less, than the Name of the Gentleman who visited...
I was much gratified at receiving a Letter from you, as well as at the play of fancy, and the...
Your Letter my dear Sister lies yet unnoticed, or rather I Should Say unreplied too The...
I sent by the Stage to Haverhill some cloaths for the Children, a suit of their Grandfathers...
This will be deliverd to you by the Children who leave me this day. I hope they will return to...
I have made up packets of Letters for this mornings post, to Wiscasset, to N york, to the Valley...
I was unable to replie to my dear sisters Letter of May 19th. being visited by St Anthony who...
I received this morning your Letter of the 10th and I have the pleasure to inclose to you a...
I received your Letter by the Mail of yesterday, and by the return of it to day I write you a few...
I wrote to you upon fryday, but I do not now recollect what I have written. I know that my heart...
with the middle finger of my right hand bound up with a , which you know is very soar, I attempt...