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Know all Men by these Presents, that We John Adams of Quincy in the County of Norfolk and...
I expected to have heard from you by Mr Beal, but his comeing to dine yesterday with the club I...
It was not untill Saturday morning when I went to See my poor old domestic Pheby, that I learnt a...
Mrs Dexter went on Sunday morning to your House, as she promissed me she would on Saturday. the...
I will write you a line the first I have attempted, to tell you I am getting better I hope tho...
Having finishd my Farm House avocations I sit down to inquire how you are, and how my dear little...
I rode up to your house this morning to inquire how the Children were and heard that they were...
I Sit down to thank you for your Letter yesterday received by the post, and to Say that I was...
Miss Ann Beal deliverd me your Letter this morning at meeting. you will see by my Letter of...
we have not washd this week. I hope mr Adams has things enough. if the weather Should be good I...
I received your Letter of 17th of the last Evening and rejoiced with trembling. Dr Hoolbrook...
I thank you my dear Grandson for your very pretty Letter, as you cannot have any remembrance of...
A seperate Letter my dear Child is due to you, not only as a reply, to one which you have written...
I have received two very pretty Letters from you, with which I have been much pleased, both with...
I must write you a short Letter, least you Should think yourself neglected, as I have written to...
My Grandaughter The present Mrs. Treadway availed herself of your kind invitation to make you a...
This is the House that Jack built And this is the curse that lay in the House &c Now George, I...
I thank you my dear George for your Letter. I was glad to learn that you had such an agreable...
I received your importent Letter so clearly exprest that for some time I was not able to define...
with this Letter I inclose to you a list of those Letters which I have received from you, with...
I was much pleased with the improvement of in your hand writing. I have had to regret all my Life...
I received this day a Letter from your father dated 21 Sep’br. it was a Letter different from any...
It is better to go to the House of mourning than to the House of Feasting, or dancing, for the...
I have received your Letter written at Sea dated the 1st of May, and was pleased that you had...
I reachd this place yesterday about 11 oclock and found the Family all well the Col. with his...
we reachd this place at half after Six we found the old inhabitants gone, the new inn keepers...
knowing what a punctilious young gentleman you are, I would not let your old Captain Bronson Sail...
mr Dexter will come to Boston tomorrow for the Trunks you must go with him to mr Crufts who when...
I received yours last Evening of the 21st, when on the road; I could not write; I was generally...
So, so master John, your Back is up, because you have not been written to, as often as you...
I reachd this City in good Health last evening. I have not felt dissagreable at any place upon My...
pray how did you succeed with your new commission? I heard you was made Commander-in chief of the...
Inclosed are the Letters by this days post Saturday—Tell William I received his from Worster this...
I received last Evening yours of the 25—with a Heart filled with gratitude, for the many...
Mr Gore came out this afternoon to see me, and informd me that mr Dexter proposed to sit out...
I received your Letter by mr Beals, and was very glad to learn that you and your Brother had...
I always feel gay, when I take my pen to write to you. it is the recollection of your ardour,...
I write you once more from this city. the Trenton River is impassable and has prevented my...
I hope you have received your mittins, and your Brother his, which Mrs. Foster took a fortnight...
I have not written to you since you left me, but as I know you must feel anxious to hear—I write...
Your Letter of Sep’br th 11 came safe to hand, and I was well pleasd With the account you give me...
I arrived here about half after Six, without any accident, but beat and bang’d enough I do not...
after a Sleepless night I begin my journey with an anxious mind, tho not a desponding one. my...
I Suppose you will think that Grandmama might have written you a few lines. well you shall not be...
The rain comeing on the morning I left Bristol, I reachd about noon and remaind there untill...
I have not written you a Letter yet, but I promissed you one, and I now have the pleasure of...
I thank you for your Letter: and was very glad to hear from you; I was the more gratified to hear...
I am not conscious that I have been deficient in a return to all the Letters you have written to...
I have only time whilst the Stage Stops a few moments to say that I received yours of 24 last...
I wrote you a few lines by Brisler who I hope will reach you today, if Johns Mumps do not prevent...