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I thank you for your care of my Letters those that I mist, which you put in the Book were found....
This mornings post, brought your Letter of march 3d with the inclosure, which I shall forward by...
I inclose you two Letters received yesterday I do hope that John will be able to comply with and...
The Sermon’s were returnd without my thanks which should have accompanied them, with expressions...
I received your note of Monday I believe, as well as a very kind and friendly Letter previous to...
I send you a Letter by mr Crufts this day received from Caroline. I had a few lines from her...
What a Sad time our good Friends have for their journey. I think they will not travel in such...
dissapointment after dissapointment—no Letter not a line from Dear Caroline. it cannot be that...
I have read your Letter, and see nothing to amend or alter, thank you for the communication. I...
This is a strange world, or rather strange folks make it so, to render the drama compleat....
Feeling a little in the dumps, the why, or the wherefore I cannot tell, excepting a crick in my...
I have been intending to write to you, and thank you for the loan of mr Everets Sirmon which I...
The black hair Ribbon is just what was wanted, I thank you for thinking of it. I Should like 8...
Here we are, Seated by the fire Side, viz Sir myself and Louisa, Susan gone to her uncles, mrs...
I received last Evening, all the articles you were so kind as to purchase for me. they were...
Your Theological queries, you must consult with your Learned minister. I am not able to solve...
I received the Silk and chalk this mor’g on Wednesday. I wrote you and inclosed to you mr Adams...
It was not untill the afternoon of yesterday that the post of Saturday reachd Quincy, and then it...
It was not untill after Susan returnd last evening, that I received your Letter of Saturdays...
I inclose to you mr Adams’s Letter of Novbr 23. the peace was it seems as unexpected to him a...
I shall send George tomorrow by the stage and will be much obliged to your Father if he will go...
I beleive the post Man thinks us very importent correspondents, as we observed that it was well...
Last Evening I received your Letter with the inclosurs. I wrote to you on fryday, but the post...
Louisa is just gone to Bed, She has not been So well to day. her flesh all rises upon her in...
you and your Mother have been So frequently in the pratcise of fitting out your Brothers for...
I inclose you a pattern of Ribbon of which I should like a peice if my wants have not already out...
I would not have you expose yourself to go out in the rain, but when you do go out, John prays...
I did not think of your not returning again the next day when you left me, altho we miss you,...
I send the Boys to your and your Fathers kind care. I hope they will not be obliged to stay long...
Susan would insist, that she saw the packet go out about 8 oclock this morning. I hope it was so...