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I have written but once to you since I left you. This is to be imputed to a Variety of Causes,...
Yours of April 15th. this moment received. I thank You for it—and for your offer of Milk, but We...
Many have been the particular Reasons against my Writing for several days past, but one general...
I received your very agreable Letter, by Mr. Marston, and have received two others, which gave me...
I was very glad to receive a Line from you, by Mr. French, tho the Account you give me of the...
Returned from a Ramble in Town which began at 10 in the Morning. Dined with my Friend S. Adams...
I promised you, Sometime agone, a Catalogue of your Faults, Imperfections, Defects, or whatever...
I am very well yet:—write to me as often as you can, and send your Letters to the Office in...
I thank you for all your kind favours. I wish I could write to you, much oftener than I do. I...
I am extreamly afflicted with the Relation your Father gave me, of the Return of your Disorder. I...
By the same Token that the Bearer hereof satt up with you last night I hereby order you to give...
I would not loose the Opportunity of writing to you—tho I must be short. Tedious, indeed is our...
I had a tollerable Journey hither, but my Horse trotted too hard. I miss my own Mare—however I...
I have nothing to do here, but to take the Air, enquire for News, talk Politicks and write...
Accidents are often more Friendly to us, than our own Prudence.—I intended to have been at...
This is the second day of the Term at York: very little Business--very hot weather. My...
I am so idle, that I have not an easy Moment, without my Pen in my Hand. My Time might have been...
Love sweetens Life, and Life sometimes destroys Love. Beauty is desirable and Deformity...
Mr. Winthrop, Mr. Quincy and I came this Morning from York, before Breakfast, 15 Miles, in order...
The Disappointment you mention was not intended, but quite accidental. A Gentleman, for whom I...
Mobs are the trite Topick of Declamation and Invective, among all the ministerial People, far and...
We have lived thro the Heat, and Toil, and Confusion of this Week. We have tried three of the...
Have you seen a List of the Addressers of the late Governor? There is one abroad, with the...
This is the last Opportunity I shall have to write you from Braintree for some Weeks. You may...
The Deacon and his Three Children are arrivd and the Operation has been performed, and all well....
When or where this Letter will find you, I know not. In what Scenes of Distress and Terror, I...
Having a Leisure Moment, while the Congress is assembling, I gladly embrace it to write you a...
Three of our Company, have now the Small Pox upon them, Wheat, Badger, and Elderkin. We have seen...
In your last you inquire tenderly after my Health, and how we found the People upon our Journey,...
This Morning received yours by Mr. Ayers. I can say nothing to the Contents at present, being...