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Next to the Supports of religion; is the sympathy of Friends in affliction, of the first you have...
I realy ought to have written to you and have inclosed the few Lines to Cousin Abbe which were...
Recd: Quincy May 10th: 1814 of Thomas B Adams Esqr Twenty-five dollars & fifty Cents in full for...
I received your Letter, and one which you forwarded for mrs Cuthbert, which I gave my Friend, who...
I most sincerely sympathize with you, and the bereved distrest Family at Washington. in the...
Seeing in the paper of yesterday, that a vessel call’d the Thorne of New York, was to Sail on the...
I received your importent Letter so clearly exprest that for some time I was not able to define...
Your letter of 2 April I duly received I Should have replied to it by the last mail, but I was...
I received your Letter of March the 12th in replie to mine, of the 2d ult. the method you took to...
I received your note of Monday I believe, as well as a very kind and friendly Letter previous to...
The Sermon’s were returnd without my thanks which should have accompanied them, with expressions...
I See by the paper that a cartel is to sail from Newyork for Gottenburgh. altho I have written to...
Altho I sent Letters yesterday to go by our Ministers from N York, yet a new opportunity offering...
Received Quincy March 4th 1814 of Thomas B Adams Esqr Twenty-five Dollars and fifty Cents in full...
I was never more at a loss what to say to you than at the present moment, to accuse you of...
I learn that the vessel in which our ministers are to embark, will not go untill thursday. I will...
A long and Severe fit of Sickness must plead my excuse for so long delaying the acknowledment of...
I have been for near two months confined to my chamber, and much of that time unable to write or...
I received this morning your Letter of the 10th and I have the pleasure to inclose to you a...
with the middle finger of my right hand bound up with a , which you know is very soar, I attempt...
I was most unfortnate in not hearing, untill two Days before the Cartel from N york sailed, that...
Ever since your letter to the President, of December last, I have had a great inclination to...
I was never more at a loss what to Say to you than at the present moment. to accuse you of...
I thank you for your Letter: and was very glad to hear from you; I was the more gratified to hear...
I received this morning your Letter of 10th I feard that you were Sick, not hearing from you by...
So long a period Should not have elapsed before I had congratulated you upon your new Character...
Altho I have already written to you by this opportunity, and my Letters are now quite old, I know...
your Letter found me this morning rising from the Bed of Sickness, to which I have been for three...
I will not let mr Ingraham depart without a few Lines to you. I have written to you Several times...
Quincy November 13th: 1813 Recd: of Thomas B Adams the sum of Twenty-five Dollars and fifty Cents...
At Length after an intermission of Seven Months your Letters of June 21st arrived, in a swedish...
If your Sister had not been So constant & punctual a correspondent with you, I Should have been...
I was so highly gratified with the visit from your Grandaughter that I could not leave her to...
Mr Cutter is very desirious that you and any person we may agree upon Should go to medford and...
I have had Such repeated melancholy tidings to communicate to you, Since your absence, and your...
our Neighbor mr Apthorp is going to Lisbon and I embrace this, as one of the best opportunities...
I should not so long have delayd to thank you for the freedom of your communications made to me...
I cannot refrain any longer from taking my pen and assureing mr van der kemp of the high...
Your Letter of July 13th Should not have lain So long unanswerd but for the affliction of my...
your kind and sympathetic Letter demands my thanks and receives my gratitude—my own loss is not...
Since my last Letter to you I have been call’d to drink deep of the bitter cup of affliction—my...
I endeavour that you should hear from us by writing in every direction, yet when I take my pen my...
will you give me leave to introduce to your acquaintance the Rev’d mr Coleman, a gentleman who is...
your kind and Friendly Letter found me in great affliction for the loss of my dear, and only...
I cannot refrain from addressing a few lines to you, to intreat of you, to calm your agitated...
I had determined yesterday, to Sit out this morning with Louisa, and make you a visit of a day,...
I have just closed one Letter to you which is to go to Lisbon from thence to the care of mr...
Did you think that Grandmother would be the first of your Correspondents to write to you? aya She...
Mrs Dexter went on Sunday morning to your House, as she promissed me she would on Saturday. the...
Your kind and Sympathetic Letter demands my thanks, and receives my gratitude. My own loss is not...