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Altho a reluctance to Letter writing grows daily more, and more upon me, your Mothers Letter to...
I wrote to you last week. Our election is over, and Mr. Gerry and Gray undoubtedly elected by a...
I received pr. post yours of the 17th this day, I shall forward your Letter to the Children. I...
It is So long since I received a Letter from you; that I am anxious to hear from you. I have...
I know my dear Child I shall wound your affectionate heart when I communicate to you the...
I received your letter by Mr. Pintard. Two articles we are much distressed for; the one is bells,...
Yesterday your father received a letter from William. We rejoice to learn that you are well; and...
Do you think my Dear Girl, because you are married, that you are to lay asside your pen, and...
James got home safe though covered over with mud and dirt, horses and carriage up to their very...
I have been so much engaged that I have not been able to get time to write you a line this week....
I rejoice to learn by Caroline’s letter to Susan, (which in her absence I took the liberty of...
This will be delivered to you, by our friend, Mrs. Smith, who will pass you, on her way to...
Mr Smith called upon me a few moments this forenoon & brought me your letter of May 9th. I...
I write you a line this morning to say that dispatches have arrived from our envoys up to April...
I do not know how our account stands, whether I am indebted for a letter or you, but I shall not...
I congratulate you upon your safe arrival in Philadelphia the pleasure is enhanced by being...
How are you to day? have you heard from weymouth? I send you a Barrel of pears and a Barrel of...
In return for your polite attention I send you two old News papers, in one of which you will find...
Received Quincy 9th Feby 1810 of T. B Adams Twenty-five Dolls and fifty Cents in full for One...
Here we are Sitting by a good fire in the parlour, and wearing, our winter coats to meeting,...
Through Caroline De Wint, I was last Evening informd that your Mother has had a return of the...
The weather has been so intensely cold for near a Month past that I have not taken a pen or...
I began a Letter to you on Sunday last in which I informed you that your Sister S. Adams and Abbe...
To cheer the gloom which, in despite of my efforts to dispel, will hang about my heart upon the...
Balance due upon a former re paid Jobe Tinil for a Small trunk Lock and Key for John 1 33 paid...
William has been so punctual in writing to you every week, that I have been more remiss. I cannot...
Agreable to your Request we have concluded to Send you the picture. Mr Adams has been So occupied...
I return a subscription paper, which was inclosed to me by your Late much esteemed, and highly...
Inclosed is a paper I promised in a former Letter— I shall not write to Washington untill I get...
Your Letter of Sepbr 25 together with Carolines came safe to hand, but I have been in a kind of...