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From a conversation that I had with my brother last evening I find that the Letter I mentioned to...
What! a letter from George I cried when your father put your last epistle in my hand yesterday...
I am very much afraid my Dear Thomas in consequence of your not writing to me according to your...
According to my promise I write to you again altho’ I do not feel quite sure that you will have...
Thank you my Dear George for your Letter and the Farce which arrived safely the day before...
Having received a very elegant Lace Cap from the Ladies of the Lace school at Newport I write to...
Your Note and packet came safely to me a few days since and I write a few lines merely to say...
I wrote you a very few lines yesterday my dear Charles, with a promise to write to you again...
I send this enclosure and add a few lines to state that I shall leave this place on Wednesday for...
I intended writing to you yesterday but was prevented by a feverish indisposition which I believe...
I have been so very sick the last day or two it has been impossible for me to write you I am...
We have arrived safely here after a tolerably pleasant journey and a very pleasant visit at...
I was so much hurried when I wrote to you from New York that I am afraid you could scarcely read...
Having just received a letter from John I wish to know if you are desirous that I should come on...
I left my famous case and bottle containing the teeth in the Mahogany desk in my bed room—I will...
Mrs. Adams presents her best respects to Mr Rush will be very much obliged to him to have the...
From the earnestness of my last Letter I am much afraid that you may think as is often the case...
I yesterday sat down to answer your last Letter, and wrote two, neither of which I have sent, as...
I did not write you yesterday because I was so much fatigued I was obliged to lie down as soon as...
You I presume have been so deeply plunged in business that the sudden arrival of your father must...
This day has brought me an invitation in form to attend at the Capitol tomorrow to witness the...
I yesterday wrote to you in answer to your Letter and as I suppose it will be agreeable to you to...
Ere I touch upon the melancholy subject which at present occupies your mind; allow me to offer...
Your Letter with that of Hariet Welsh was received by me a few hours after your father and John...
Mrs. Adams presents her best respects to Mr Southard as Mr Adams has with the greatest Kindness...
The Rival chiefs—who all their life Were striving to be even In death renew their mutual strife...
Not a smile was seen—Nor a sound heard of joy Tho’ the day was to Gratitude vow’d The brightness...
I am very glad my Dear George find by your Letter which is just received that you are better and...
I am so uneasy about your state of health my dear George that I beg and entreat you to write me...
I enclose you some lines I wrote if you like you may publish them but do not say whose they are...
I have deferred answering your Letter my Dear George in the hope of obtaining the Reviews you...
As I have not received a Letter from you I cannot pretend to answer one but I will write...
Why you should have thought that I was offended my dear George I cannot imagine as I have never...
Your letter has this moment been put into my hand and as a proof of how happy it makes me to hear...
It is some time my dear George since I wrote but much sickness and trouble have kept my mind in a...
I cannot suffer the day to pass my dear George without offering you the best wishes of your...
I am so much concerned my Dear George to learn from your last letter what a state of suffering...
As you are determined not to write to your Mother or in any way to continue an intercourse always...
We have arrived safe after a very tedious and on the whole disagreeable journey as the state of...
In the course of my ride from New Brunswick yesterday my Dear George the wish you expressed for...
You will be quite worn out my dear George with my would be poetic effusions; but as I told you in...
It is a very long time my dear venerated father since I have written to you; but the events of...
As you know me to be an Amateur of the horrible incidents of human Tragedy if my Dear George you...
I am very sorry to learn from your Letter to Charles my dear George that you had hurt your eye. I...
We suffer too much from the heat my Dear George not to make allowance for your purisse but I am...
I enclose you some lines which were written very hastily yesterday morning immediately after...
Mr. and Mrs. Adams request the Honor of Mr Rush’s Company at Dinner on Tuesday the 2 of August at...
Your Letter is this moment put into my hands my beloved Son, and I hasten to answer it,...
We have been suffering so much from intense heat this Summer my dear George it has been...
As I am afraid you will hardly recieve my Letter in time I hasten to tell you that if you have no...