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After I had closed my Letter for you which is to go by this night’s Post, I received a Letter...
I have received your letter of the 31st: of last month, with great pleasure to learn that the...
Since my last letter to you I have not enjoyed the happiness of hearing from you—I hope however...
I received yesterday your letter of the 15th: and this morning that of the 17th: enclosing in the...
From your letter of the 20th: which I have just received, I am in doubt whether even this letter...
I have just received your letter of 24. Decr: and lament that the expression of my anxiety to...
I have received, my best friend, your kind and truly affectionate letter of the 12th: or rather...
I should have answered your kind letter of the 13th. a day or two sooner, but for company which...
Your Letter of 26. November was received by me last Sunday; but in writing to you on Tuesday, the...
I continue to receive your journals—that of the 29th. was the last; and they would continue to be...
My project of coming from Washington to this place, by the way of Annapolis was disappointed, by...
I have received your Letters of the 9th and 10th. and am able now only to ask you not to be...
Receiving on Sunday your rebuke for the blank covers I had forwarded to you, I should have felt...
I expected to have this letter from Quincy, where it was my intention to have gone yesterday in...
Paris. Hotel du Nord, Rue de Richelieu—Saturday 4. Feby: 1815. I arrived here at one O’Clock this...
On Sunday Evening, immediately after I had closed my last Letter to you, I came on board this...
Your journals down to the 30th of August inclusive are received; and this day the memoirs of Lord...
I received yesterday your letter of Decr: 28th: with the enclosures to Mr: & Mrs: Hellen, and to...
We have been very much occupied since I wrote you last in dispatching Mr Connell, who goes off...
Mr: Connell went on Friday to Ostend to embark, but the Chauncey has not yet sailed. Last Evening...
Two days ago, I wrote you my best friend, expressing great anxiety at not having heard from you...
This morning I received your kind favour of the 20th. And am delighted to hear that you and the...
We have an interesting question whether by the “middle of the week” which in your Journal of last...
I have just received your Letter from Ballston, with the greater pleasure, as it gives a better...
Your Journal of 31st. July and 1st. instt. is received. I enclose you another Check for 100...
I have duly received your kind Letters of 11. 12 and 16 instt—I wrote to you at New–York and on...
Receiving on Sunday your rebuke for the blank covers I had forwarded to you, I should have it...
I wrote you this day week, last Sunday that I intended to return to Boston the next morning—But,...
Yesterday was the first Saturday since I arrived here, which passed over without bringing me a...
The last Letter I have received from you was that of the 1st: instt: which I answered last week—I...
On leaving Boston I had formed the Resolution of travelling only in the day-time, but at the...
I thank you for your affectionate remembrance of my birthday—We passed it as pleasantly as...
Who of all the world should bolt into my bed-chamber yesterday-morning before 8 O’Clock, but...
I have just this morning received your kind favour of the 2d: instt: which at once confirmed my...
By the last Post I sent you the Journal of my Voyage from Reval to this place, and at the close...
Yesterday afternoon at four, we performed the last sad offices of mortality to the remains of Mr....
The Evening before last, Mr Russell received, enclosed in a letter from Mr Beasley a scrap of an...
Since I wrote you last Tuesday in Boston I have received another letter from you, dated the 21st....
The Sun is just making his appearance for the first time these five days, during which we have...
I have received your Letters of the 13th. and 14th from Lebanon, and rejoice with exceeding joy...
I write you without knowing where or when my Letter will find you, and must therefore I must omit...
The day after I wrote you from Baltimore, that is to say on Thursday, I came to this place;...
I have been expecting to hear from you these two or three days, and begin to feel some anxiety to...
I have received but one letter from you since I left Boston, and that was written only two days...
No Journal received this day—But there was one yesterday, and I hope for one to-morrow—We have...
We have this moment arrived thus far on our Journey, safe, and untill the last Station without...
It is no small satisfaction to me to know that the Post-Office has become regular in the delivery...
On the back of my last Letter, I acknowledged the receipt of yours of the 14th. and yesterday...
We continue to be delighted almost daily with your journalizing Letters—which together with our...
Here I am at length, established as an intimate, in the family of Dr: Waterhouse; but from a...