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I Embrace the opportunity by the British packet of writing you a few lines, tho I have not any...
I received Your Letter by this days mail of 17 th I am mortified at the loss of mr Whitman, tho...
I received by the last post your kind Letter and the Poem of Mrs Mortens which the President had...
I wrote to you from East Chester, but I believe I have not written to you from hence. I was...
I receied yesterday your kind favour of 29 Nov’ br and 8 th December. I had a few lines from you...
I received your Letter of Nov br 24 by the post of yesterday. with respect to the Notes you wrote...
I had the pleasure of receiving from you a very excellent Letter last week, which fully proves...
I have the pleasure of informing you and Mrs Adams of the safe arrival of mr Johnson and Family...
I received your kind Letter of Nov’ br. 19 th by this days post. I had previously received two...
Thus has my son given me a legal right to address you. I feel also, that I have an affectionate...
I am under obligations to you my dear son, for keeping up so regularly, and so constantly your...
I received your obliging favour of Nov br 8 th the day after I last wrote you. I inclose the...
On 16 November 1797 the Philadelphia Aurora General Advertiser printed the following squib: “His...
I wrote you from East Chester and inclosed you 90 dollors to pay a Note in mr Frothinghams hands....
I yesterday about 11 oclock went into the Presidents Room to see if John had returnd from the...
After an absence of near four Months I returned, to this City the last week. I am disposed to...
Your Letters have become Such a model of elegant composition, that I cannot but think you must...
Since my residence at this place, now a Month, occasiond by the prevalence of the yellow fever in...
I have received but one Letter from you Since I left Quincy now near a Month; I have been here...
As you was absent when I left home I was unable to pay you for some articles which you had...
I was in hopes to have seen you, and had some more conversation with you upon the subject of...
we arrived here on twesday Evening on the 11 th , after a pleasent journey in which we met with...
I acknowledg myself indebted to you for two kind Letters, both of which found me in circumstances...
I last Evening received your Letter of the 19 & 20 th Instant. I am most sincerely grieved for...
I arrived here this day week, but have been so constantly occupied in seeing company that I have...
We leave this place this morning & hope to reach Home on fryday of the next week. I have written...
We are thus far on our Way to N England if no accident happens to prevent us. I hope on thursday...
The weather is Hot as we can bear the whole city is like a Bake House. we have a House with large...
I received your Letter of July 12. I am inclined to think your last determination will prove a...
If the Compass by which my course is directed does not vary again through unavoidable necessity I...
Tis expectation that make a Blessing sweet, says the poet. how sincerely sweet would it be to me...
Gen’ll Marshal expects to sail tomorrow Several Days sooner than I expected, and the weather has...
Your kind Letter of June 8th gave great pleasure to the President, as well as to your Friend. We...
Mr otis will tell you all the News in this quarter of the Earth, where Wickedness abounds of all...
I got through the 4 July with much more ease than I expected. it was a fine cool day, and my...
I received your favour of June 26 th , and rejoice with you in the Birth of an other son, and in...
Your favour of June 19 th I duly received indisposition has prevented my replying to you before....
The packet being detaind I write you a few Lines further to inform you that mr Marshal accepts...
I received your Letter of June 13 th. and thank you for it. the account you give me respecting my...
Your Friend Quincy is married, truly married and to a Nyork Lady, by the Name of Morten, without...
I have not written a line to you for a long time; yet scarcly an hour of the day passes in which...
I have felt every day as if I was conscience smit for neglecting to write to you. I have been...
Will you be kind as to see mr Frothingham and tell him that I wish him to have the Coachee cased,...
I received your Letter by this days post I began to be anxious to hear from my Friends at Quincy....
Blessed are the Peace makers, says [a Good] Book, for which you and I, entertain the highest...
We yesterday received the Centinal. I thank you for the vindication which I found in it. I well...
The weather was so cold yesterday that we had fires in our Rooms. I suppose you have weather of a...
I keep up My old Habit of rising at an early hour. if I did not I should have little command of...
most cordially welcome to me was your kind Letter of May the 4 th , yet I have not found time...
we reachd here yesterday being thursday the 7 th day from leaving home. we had very bad Roads,...