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Part of the enclosed press-copy of my last Letter to you, is so faint, that unless you should...
In a former letter I have thanked you, for the two pamphlet speeches of Mr: Quincy delivered at...
Some time in the month of June last there was published in the Boston Patriot, a pretended...
I have no letter from you of a later date then 28. of April last—which I received nearly three...
In the month of June last Myers Fisher junr: of Philadelphia, who is established here as a...
The extract contained in one of your last Winter’s letters to me from the Astronomics of...
On the New-Year’s day of our own Style, I wrote to my Mother, to testify my good-wishes and...
Within a few days I have received your kind favours of 19. Feby: and 10. Decr: last; the first of...
It is several months since your Mama and I have received a letter from you, or since I wrote one...
I enclose you a press-copy of my last Letter, thought it is more than ever uncertain whether...
I was closing up a letter, which I wrote yesterday to my dear Mother when I received, from...
The flames of War, which are again spreading universally over Europe, have at length caught...
Since I wrote you last, which was on the 23d: of June, we have received your letter to your...
“Why was that fair flower blasted so soon”?—The last letter which I have had the consolation of...
Having not received directly from you, or from any of my friends at Quincy, a line later than the...
I have not had the pleasure of hearing from you since I wrote you last; but having an...
In enclosing to you a letter for my Mother, and one for my Son George, I feel the duty of adding...
Although the Wars, which broke out in the course of one Week, last Summer, both in Europe and...
Towards the close of the last summer arrived here as a sort of a semi official appendage to the...
A few days ago I received letters from your Grandmama, and your Uncle, which rejoyced me very...
I intended in my last Letter to have mentioned to you the Circumstances which procured me...
I had yesterday the satisfaction of receiving your favour of 1. March, after the interval of...
I have received at once your letters 11. and 13. March—and 22. and 23. April—They were brought by...
When Mr Gallatin and Mr Bayard arrived here, they brought us letters from many of our friends,...
This day thirty Years ago, you signed a definitive Treaty of Peace, between the United States of...
I wrote yesterday to my dear Mother by a Gentleman, who is going to Gothenburg, intending to...
Your favours of 1st: and 2d: of July last came to hand a very few days after the date of my last;...
The last Letters I have had the pleasure of receiving from you are those of 1. and 2. July, and...
There are still here a small number of Americans, who came to the Country upon commercial...
I received some five weeks ago, an order from the President of the United States, an order to...
The last Letter that I had the pleasure of writing to you, was dated 8. May, at Reval—since which...
The last Letter that I wrote to you, was dated the 31st: of August 1813. Almost a year ago—and as...
Mr Dallas goes off with our Dispatches at three O’Clock to-morrow morning; and the John Adams is...
The situation in which I am placed often brings to my mind, that in which you were situated in...
Mr Hughes, the Secretary to the American Mission for negotiating Peace, was dispatched early this...
Since my arrival in this City I have received your kind favour of 16. October—I have now been...
I wrote you a short Letter by Mr. Storrow, who left this City to embark at Havre for the United...
I wrote you by Mr Storrow, and by Mr Smith who left this City, with the intention of embarking in...
On my arrival here I received from my Sons George and John, several important Letters from you....
My last Letter to you I am ashamed to say was written on the 19th: of June—I have however since...
Since I have got settled here in the Country, eight miles distant, from Hyde Park Corner, I can...
Your favours of 27. 28 and 30 August were all received together—They, as well as your preceding...
Col. Aspinwall who arrived here a few days since, and delivered to me your two kind favours of...
Mr. J. A. Smith, Secretary to the Legation of the United States at the Court of Great Britain,...
Your Mama, and I, consent that you shall ask Doctor Nicholes’s permission to come home for the...
I plainly perceive that you are not to be converted, even by the eloquence of Massillon, to the...
I have for many Months made it a rule, to enclose to you a Newspaper, every week, and I have...
Major Swett, being about to embark for Boston, in the Galen, has been good enough to take charge...
Your indifference, as to the result of the Elections to the Presidency of the United States, and...
I keep a constant search on foot for the books which in any of your Letters, you have expressed...