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The weather has been so Boisterous to day that not one of us have ventured out to meeting. I have...
I return the sermon with my Thanks I had read it before, mr Newton brought it in manuscript to...
I know dear H. that you will be glad to learn that S. received a Letter last Evening from mr C....
Many happy returns of the Season dear Harriet is wished you by your Friend, who you know would...
I have not had any opportunity of returning the Letter and paper you Sent me on Saturday. mr C....
you are at Liberty to publish the following extract, as a Letter from abroad to a Friend. They...
I yesterday thursday the 15 received your communications of the 9th. you see it was not possible...
I embrace the earliest oppertunity, after receiving the inclosed, of forwarding it to you; I...
As I consider you as a part of my own Family, I Send you the inclosed, which you will return with...
keep yourself quiet. caroline will come Shortly, and then be sure you shall have a carrier after...
I am very Sorry to learn that your Mother is so unwell, as Susan represents her. let me hear from...
A ; I opend my Letters this morning and found a Number—dated last Novbr and December, the first...
I am much dispirited by the weather which prevented the intended visit of you and your Friends, I...
Self, Self, is very often the first consideration I therefore begin my Letter by Saying I have...
I received your note this morning and wish you had known that mr Shaw came out last Evening...
I received a few lines from you to night by mrs Adams; and rejoice in the returning health of...
I received this morning your Note of Sunday and Monday, and am the better for hearing of that...
your Note I received and thank you for it, altho it gave me much anxiety upon your & mrs Bailey’s...
I must write you a few lines to day from a Night of Rest, I derive Strength, all lost again by a...
I was very sick yesterday, and obliged to take an Emetic, to clear of a quantity of Bile, which...
I know you will be glad to see my handwriting, and more so, when I tell you that I have rode out...
I write again. I am yet among the Living, of which last Monday morning I had no expectation, but...
I have lost my dear venerable second Father and ancient Friend, the upright Christian, the...
you do not know how much your company is desired at Quincy. these long Evening we want much, an...
Since last monday, I have not been able to write you a line. I lived in bodily fear of the...
Mr Adams call’d yesterday morning before six oclock, I rose before light in order to write to...
By your note last Evening I conclude you had not received my Letter by the post of fryday which I...
I have not committed burglary this time—Caroline haven written in the cover, all well the 9th of...
My correspondents increase so fast, that it puts out my eyes to write to them all. I have employd...
I thank you for the pamphlet sent me and think the writer more sinned against than sining. I will...