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Your benevolence I know will excuse the particularity of this address, when you confide in the...
The three Letters which Mrs. Adams honoured me with were received at Paris, and should have been...
An anxiety to preserve a consistancy of Character in the opinion of Mrs. Adams (in whose...
We were pleased by the receipt of yours of the 5th. inst. from Harwich, to find that your jaunt...
I dare say, my friend, when you receive this, you will think I have moved with great rapidity....
I have recived your agreable Letter of the 5 th. of may and am much obliged for it, at the same...
I was much pleased this morning by the receipt of yours of May 19th. Look at the dates—May 5th,...
I wrote you, my love, the first thing I did after my landing here on the 20th; I then proposed...
I have been honoured by the receipt of your friendly Letter of July the 16 th . I supposed, that...
It is with particular pleasure I communicate to you the joyfull news of M rs: Smiths safe...
M r: Bourne has this moment waited upon me and informs, that he has been honoured by the senate...
I have the happiness of informing you that M rs: Smith and the Boys are in high health and that...
I should have long before this answered your affectionate Letter of Congratulation on my return...
The information I gave you relative to M r. Hammonds official Character at the moment of your...
M r. Bond delivered your Letter of the 20 th. of april I should have answered it sooner, but I...
M rs: Smith has shewn me the Letter you wrote on the 2 d. ins t. with the Copies of those you...
I have received the letter you did me the honor to write under date of the 16 th. ins t. —and am...
It would be singular indeed, were I to permit your friendly note of March 9 th. to pass...
The request I am going to make, will perhaps at the first blush appear singular—this you’ll...
I did myself the honour of writing you from Harwich and Amsterdam— we have been very unfortunate...
MS not found. Printed from facsimile in WSS ’s hand in Magazine of American History, with Notes...
One among our many follies Was calling in for Steaks at Dolly’s Whereby we’ve lost—& feel like...
I am under the disagreeable necessity of informing you that Mr: Barclay is in Prison at this...
By my Several Letters to Mrs: Smith since my departure your Excellency will have been regularly...
The advances which I was under the necessity of making preparitory to my Journey, & the most...
I accidently encountered Mr: Kissam the young Gentleman who came passenger in the last Packet...
I had the Pleasure of receiving your letter of the 10th. inst. the last evening, and should have...
Permit me to introduce to your acquaintance Mr. Blodget, tho’ I believe you may recollect seeing...
I take the liberty of introducing to your acquaintance the Bearer of this, Mr. Wm: Langworthy,...
I have been this day Honoured with your very obliging Letter of the 17th. when I had about half...