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I begin to think I am not of that concequence at Home which I supposed myself, or that you think...
I cannot begin my Letter by thanking you for yours. You write so seldom, that you, do not give me...
I give you joy of the day, as I presume it is commencment with you at Cambridge, and as it is...
I would not omit writing you by captain Callihan, as your sister is unable to perform that office...
I have procured the Books for you, and Captain Folger not sailing quite so soon as I expected, I...
Your Letter to me by captain Callihan came safe to hand, that to your Sister and others from my...
I wrote you so largly by the Newyork December packet, that a few lines must now suffice. I cannot...
Since I wrote you, the packet from N york has arrived after a passage of 43 days, and by that...
It is a long time since I received a line from you, or any other of my Friends, nor have we...
Since I wrote you last I have made two excursions one to Holland, and one of a Week to the Hyde...
Altho afflicted to day with one of my bad headaches; I must write you, least the vessel should...
And so my Dear son your sister is really and Bona fida married, as fast as the Bishop and a Clerk...
I have time only to write you a line or two, not expecting captain Bigolow to Sail so Soon. I was...
Your Father and Col Smith are gone to Night to Covent Garden theatre to See the School for...
Altho I have written you a very long Letter by way of Newyork, yet should one vessel go to Boston...
Captain Lyde is arrived to our no small joy and brought us a charming parcel of Letters, amongst...
I began a Letter to you yesterday which I designd to have finishd last evening, but as we had a...
Mr. Storers departure is delayed from day to day so that I fear he will have a dissagreeable time...
Yesterday being Sunday I went with your papa to the Foundling Church, Dr. Price whom we usually...
I hope this will find you upon terra firma, tho in vain I searcht the New York papers of july...
I went from my own little writing room below stairs just now into your Pappas; where Mr. Storer...
I have not written you a single line since you left me. Your sisters punctuality I saw would...
I have been much dissapointed in not receiving any Letters from your Father or you by the late...
As I did not write you by the last conveyance I will not omit the present. I supposed your sister...
Your Letters by Mr. Thaxter I received; and was not a little pleased with them; if you do not...
This evening as I was Setting, with only your sister by my side, who was scribling at the table...