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Yours of August the 7th. and Col. Smith’s of the 8th. reached us on the 14th. at this place. We...
Your papa and I wrote you from Harwich the morning we embarked for Helvoet, the wind was very...
Mr S. and Mr Blount set off tomorrow for London and have engaged to call this Evening for...
It is with inexpressible pleasure that I enclose to you a letter from your brother, and that I...
Your Solicitude for your Papa is charming: But he is afraid to trust you to the uncertain...
In your letter to your brother, which is a very pretty one, you express a wish that you...
By this time, I hope, your inclination to travel has abated, and the prospect of peace has made...
I hope by this Time, you can write an handsome Hand; but I wish you would, now and then, send a...
Your obliging letter of 3d September, I have received, and read with all the tenderness of a...
If I could send you some of the Lemons, Oranges, or Water Melons of this Place, it would give me...
I have been this Afternoon, to a Place of Worship, which I never attended before. It is the...
With the tenderest emotions of a father’s heart, I congratulate you on your agreeable voyage, and...
I have received your pretty Letter, and it has given me a great deal of Pleasure, both as it is a...
I cannot recollect the tenderness and dutiful affection you expressed for me, just before my...
I have received your charming letter, which you forgot to date, by Mrs. Rogers. Your proposal of...
I condole with you, most sincerely, for the loss of your most worthy grandmamma. I know you must...
I have received your affectionate letter of the 10th of May, with great pleasure, and another...
Yesterday, being the anniversary of American Independence, was celebrated here with a festivity...
I received this afternoon your No. 11 and I never received a letter which caused such a variety...
You will perhaps be surprised, to see that in less than 8 hours I have come 9 ½ posts. But the...
What shall I say to my sister? Indeed, I am quite at a loss. I spend much more time in thinking...
it is some time since I wrote you a Letter & if I should neglect it a great while longer you...
We have had the most considerable freshet in the river that has ever been known. I mentioned in...
This is the eighth day it has rained and stormed without intermission, the weather is worse than...
I went on shore upon Long Island with our Captain, and visited Monsr. de Marbois, who has taken a...
Mr. Söderström, the Sweedish Consul, has been here about a fortnight. I went this morning about a...
What shall I say to justify the date of this letter, after so many fair promises to be punctual,...
I determined about a fortnight agone, to sit down, and write you a letter, expressing my anxiety...
In my last I just mentioned having been over upon Long Island, and paid a visit to Mrs. Smith,...
I have been in a manner cheated out of this day by the library; for in looking over the books,...
Our winds are now contrary, and as they changed with the moon they may be three weeks as they...
I am now settled down for the Winter, and shall be obliged to pay an unremitting attention to my...
This morning we left Hartford New Haven, accompanied by Mr. Broome, and Mr. Brush, who wishing to...
You have doubtless received before this, my Letter by Mr. Barclay, and you will have my N:2 in a...
I came into Boston this morning, and shall probably spend the week here, in order to pay all my...
All this day has been employ’d in answering Questions respecting you, and all is not over yet. I...
Mr. Jefferson has the honour to present his compliments to Mrs. Smith and to send her the two...
It is now the 7th. of July, the 18th. day Since we Saw You Quit our shores to seek a happier...
I must frankly acknowledge to my Dear Niece that I could not but wonder at her long Silence. I...
Pray Madam, are you married? Nay then the wonder ceases. No matter now how loose your affections...
Yours My Dear Niece, of October 2d came safe to hand, and as I read, I could not but admire the...
Tuesday the first of November, I received from you, my ever dear Neice, a Letter dated the 3d. of...
I wrote you this, Amelia, in answer to yours, No. 8, received a day or two ago, for which accept...
I join fully with you, Amelia, that whatever is, is right. Yet I cannot but regret that the winds...
My word I mean always to keep, Amelia, so I write you from this place, though my letter may be...
Monitor, Amelia? I don’t know whether the idea is more flattering or affronting. What an old...
You know, Amelia, I am never backward in writing my friends: therefore, when I tell you that I...
I was yesterday honoured with a Letter from Braintree dated the 25th of May last, and tho’ an...