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A few days since I received your kind letter of Feb ry : 18 th: and its being handed by a...
Either write upon larger paper, or give an outside cover to your letters, for in the act of...
I have somewhere heard an observation of this kind, “that a person should not be too anxious to...
Influenced by the same principle as when I last wrote, viz. That of discharging a debt before it...
The kind of silence which we have observed toward each other since I left Massachusetts, is not...
This day week I put a letter into the Post Office for you under cover to my Brother JQA . and...
Those Letters which I was directed to Copy and deliver to M r. Cary for insertion in his...
I received your kind letter of the 6 th: this Evening, and feel happy that you advanced so far on...
By one of the Newspapers I had the satisfaction to hear of your arrival at Boston, & have been...
I have just taken your letter from the Office and, as Briesler has not according to expectation...
In my last Letter I promised to transmit the Result of the Town meetings which have been lately...
I have not received any letters from you, for a considerable time, and I experience the same kind...
Your kind favor of the 11 th: reached me some time since. The reasons you assign for delaying...
I have received your favor of the 21 st: and as I want a little private conversation with you,...
It is just a week since I had the pleasure of receiving a visit from my Father at 8 oClock in the...
I have for some time past had it in contemplation to take my pen & devote its impressions to your...
I am somewhat surprized by the information given in your letter of the 23 d: Dec r: viz. that you...
I am grieved to hear of the fresh return of your old persecuter the Ague; I had flattered myself...
I am requested by M r: Dobson to enquire of you what disposition you desire to be made of your...
Your last letter to me is dated the 18 th: of March, since which time I have not heared a single...
Your kind letter of the 12 has reached me, in complyance with M r Brieslers request I enclose the...
I have procured the Warrant from the Treasury for the payment of D 1250. and taken two Orders on...
I have only two or three minutes at present to devote to the purpose of answering a long &...
I ought to have written you from New-York, of my safe arrival there in little more than three...
After repeated, tho’ unsuccessful attempts to procure the letters, which I was informed by my...
I am happy in having it in my power to give you more favorable accounts respecting the Fever in...
Since my Brother informed me of the miscarriage of some of my letters, I am determined to suffer...
Your favor of the 28 th: Oct r: has been received, & as I omited writing by the last Post, I will...
I have now been in the City since the 19 th: and am happily able to give you the fullest...
I believe you are indebted to me for a letter or two, but as your late loss has been my gain, it...