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I received your kind and friendly Letter of December 15 and thank you for your sympathetic...
There is a little painting which I should be glad to have Mr. Beal do as soon as he can, my...
I wrote to you not long since and inclosed a Bill of a hundred dollars which I hope you received....
I feel as tho I was much further removed from all my Friends and Connections in at the State of...
On Board the Schooner calld the Polly, Gilbert B Fish master, Mr Brisler has put Six cast Iron...
I received yours of the 22d yesterday. I have already written you that the president and I are...
I received yesterday yours of April 11th. I wrote to you upon the 17th and inclosed you an order...
I wrote to you not long since to inquire respecting Shares in the Cannals. I have not received...
I have this moment received Yours of the 26th of march with respect to mr Porter. I should be...
I received yours yesterday. it should have been two days earlier, but the Roads are at the worst,...
Mrs Cranch wrote me that mr Clark would remove from our House, and that mr Whitney was desirious...
Last Sunday the tenth, we had a deep snow here and as I knew we usually have our proportion at...
I wrote to you intending to end the Letter by mr Dexter, but found he was gone. I therefore...
I take this opportunity by dr morse to inclose to you two Hundred dollars towards the building;...
I am indebted to you for two Letters one Which acknowledges the Recipt of the three Bills and one...
I received yesterday your favour of Novbr 8th and thank you for the information containd in it,...
I left East Chester on the 5th of the month and reachd Brunswick on the 9th where the President...
Congress have agreed to rise on Monday the 16. I doubt however whether they will be able to...
I received your too Letters of June 18 & 22 yesterday. The expences upon the out House I wish to...
I received yesterday yours of May 28th. I inclose you the account of money sent you including...
I received yesterday your kind Letter of May 12th and was rejoiced to learn that you had recoverd...
I wish he did not Love Land so well, because I know we have enough to torment us—when we come to...