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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...
The Minister of the French Republic has litterally pursued the Instructions of his Masters, the...
your favor of the 6 th: Inst t: has been received— The expressions of tendeness & Maternal...
I hasten within two hours after the receipt of your Letter, which came to my hands while at my...
My last Letter to you was of such a nature, that I can easily persuade myself no matter arose out...
I have neglected writing to you longer than usual, that I might have it in my power to give you...
This day I had the pleasure to receive by our Friend M r White your obliging favor of the 12 th:...
The return of some Gentlemen of the Philadelphia Bar gives me an opportunity of droping you a few...
In our Journey from West Chester to this place we lodged at Strasburg, a German Village 9 miles...
Your letter of the 10 has come to hand; I arrived at Lancaster a few hours before it; of course...
I was a little disappointed in not finding a letter for me in the Post Office of this place upon...
I arrived in Philad a: on Sunday Morn g & was not a little disappointed at finding you had taken...
It is a fortnight to day since my return to the City, & I have been waiting the arrival of every...
Your kind Letter by my Brother was delivered a few days since; as the proposal it contains is of...
Your last favor was handed me by M r C Hall on the road between Philadelphia and New York— It...
I embrace the earliest opportunity to acquaint you of our safe & happy arrival at this place...
A Passage of 28 days, landed me & my fellow Passengers safe on the shore of England— Our desire...
By the Ship John, Capt n. Duer I gave you information of our safe arrival at London, and I now...
The Commission with which you charged me for the Mess rs Willink has been executed so far as...
The rumor’s of peace have almost totally subsided; those still in circulation deserve as little...
A favorable occasion presents itself of dropping you a few lines by a vessel for Georgtown. It is...