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Your letter of the 28th. of October has been received with pleasure—First because it is sprightly...
I thank you for your letter of the 31st. as well as for that from New York—I have been reduced so...
I have mislay’d your letter and therefore cannot refer to it. I hope Mr Russell has his fill,...
I thank you for your letter of the 4 Nov. I am very glad you have got so far through Hallams...
I have received your letter of the 18th. November—your comparison of the horse race with the...
Thanks for your No 5. I have now finished reading and hearing read the Four volumes of Hallam’s...
You have expressed a wish—as I am told—that I would write to you—but what shall I say—we are all...
I have been pleased with your Journal. I envy, or rather I wish, I could have Shared with you,...
The information in yours of the 30 Nov. & that we have from Susan of the health & spirits of you...
yours of the 9th. is received, you do not give me any account of your Studies as formerly—Mr....
I am glad to learn by your No. 12—that you are reading Burlamaqui and as he is sound in...
I have received your favour of the 5th. instant full of wise reflections philosophical and moral....
I received this Morning your No 18—It is a universal complaint that the english Language...
Some of Jobs afflictions & some of Jobs comforters have prevented my answering your letters as...
I am well pleased with your No. 31 & 32 I hope you will continue the subject. I see nothing in...
Do not the cannon which have thundered this morning in honour of your Namesake, in flame a holy...
I have received your No 19, 24, Feby. When I recollect the freedom of speech, which I indulged,...
Your beautiful letter of the 8th has given me great pleasure I call it beautiful because the...
Your No 33. has pleased me much and I beg you to continue your observations on the cavilling and...
I thank you for your letter of the 4th. November I am very glad to hear that you are so nearly...
I am delighted with your number 22. It is not too free. It is modest enough. It is wise learned...
Your letter has given me great pleasure, and so have those of your brother John—they are lively,...
If you have a desire of a long life and a happy life I advise you to read Cicero. Your Father has...
The splendid account we receive from you and others of the dinners parties and balls from...
I have mourned with your mourning in your No. 9 of the 16th Dec. for the loss of Colonel Trimble,...
I have finished the Sprit of the King. About 3400 pages, as romantick as any of Scotts Novels and...
I will not trouble you, to read a history of my pains and aches, as an apology for neglecting to...
I have received your letter of the 23d ulto. & your father’s letter & octavo volume mentioned in...
I agree with you in your number 34. that the quarterly is guilty of damning Stuart, and Reid,...
A cold frosty snowy morning. I have received your No 11. I am glad you have got through the...