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your dearest Friend never had a more trying day than Yesterday. A Solenm Scene it was indeed and...
I have no Letter this Week and begin to fear that your Respect to our late P. has laid a...
Yesterday only I rec d yours of March 1.— am surprized you should have rec d none from me from...
I am So constantly engaged in Business most of which is new to me, that it Seems as if it was...
I have yours of the 6 th. by the Post of this day. I have proposed to Brisler to give him 300...
Last night for the first time I slept in our new House.— But what a Scene! The Furniture...
You will See by the Proclamation in the Public Papers that I have been obliged to convene...
M r Murray of Maryland, your old Friend, with whom you form’d your first acquaintance at the...
I am very much concerned, least you as well as your Brother, should think hard of me, for...
Monday Morning, the most agreable in the Week because it brings me Letters from you, has not...
I rec d. to day your favour of March 29 th. I write you every Post day and send my Letter to the...
Your Letter of the 31. of March made me unhappy because it convinced me that you were so. I...
I have this day been obliged to take a serious and painful measure in the removal of the...
I have this day rec d , in your favours of the 5. 6. and 7 th. of the month the first...
as soon as your Letter informed Us that M rs Brisler could not come without her husband I sent...
I had no Letter from you Yesterday. As You intended to commence your Journey on the 24 th. it is...
This day you promis’d me to begin your Journey: but if the Weather is as disagreable with you as...
Your Letters of the 21. 22. 23. and 26 of April are all before me— They have inspired me with all...
Your Brother is appointed to Berlin, but you I presume will soon return to America; perhaps you...
I arrived here this Evening with your Mother and Cozen all in good health, and was Sorry to hear...
I send you the Letters— I could not keep my hands off of Nabby’s. I beg her Pardon. They write me...
The Newspapers had informed Us of your Marriage, but the first Evidence of it from yourself, was...
I have rec d your charming narration of your Tour to Paris, both to me and your mother, and am...
It was only Yesterday that I received your No. 44 of 22. July though I had rec d N o. 45 a few...
I have received your favour of the 3 d and am much obliged to you for it and equally pleased with...
A Letter from my Nephew, M r: William Cranch of the City of Washington, informing me of your...
I have received the Letter you wrote me on the 7th of this month, and I shall give all the...
I have received your favor of the 27th of March and very Kindly thank you, for both the Letter...
We are much obliged to you for the opportunity to read the Letter of 13 of Feb. from our dear...
When, in early times it was first perceived; in early times that no middle course remained for...