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I have spoken to one of the Providence Stage-coach Drivers; and upon the supposition that there...
I am sorry that I did not know the President’s wishes, before the Receit of your Letter, to be a...
I wrote you from Worcester, which before this, I hope you have received. We lodged last night at...
Being informed of your intention to stop in this Town on your way to the Southward, you will give...
We arrived at this place last evening about seven Oclock, where we have found most excellent...
We arrived on the 10th. I, much oppressed by one of my great Colds, which is now going off.—I...
After quite an agreeable journey we arrived at this place on the 10th inst. where we have found...
I Sent you a Letter this morning before I recd yours of the 13. from Brookfield. I rejoice that...
I hope you enjoy your health at this time & that it will be confirm’d to you & that your journey...
Your favors of the 5th: and 7th: currt. came in course, and I am much indebted to you for the...
I have written you but once since I bid you farewell. I was seized in Connecticutt with one of...
I was very glad to hear by the Letter you sent me from Brookfield that you had got safely so far....
I have no line from you, since the 13th at Brookfield. There has been so much rainy weather as to...
Your favour of the 20th has been to Phyladelphia and came back to me only last night: nor was...
I am favoured this morning with yours of the 23d.—This is Accession day you know. I shall always...
I have recd yours of 24th and thank you for your relation of our little domestic affairs at...
I have yours of 26 by Brisler and that of the 28th. this Morning. Thomas is in Phyladelphia and...
Your favor of the 28th inst I this morning had the pleasure to receive and for which my best...
I have the Pleasure of hearing of your Arrival at East Chester and in Health. Since You left...
I receiv’d your kind Letter of the 18th yesterday and am glad to find you able to receive so much...
Your favors of the 19th & 22d I have recd. no Vessell at present is up for Phila.a. If any one...
I feel an inclination to write you every Week athough I have nothing new to inform you of I know...
I yesterday reciev’d your Letter of Decm. 4th with the Presidents Speech. We had seen and admir’d...
Mr: Cranch has taken the liberty to address a short letter to the President containing a desire...
The sudden & unexpected Death of the illustrious Washington has excited universal Mourning,...
I take up my pen to mingle with you and Mrs. Adams the feelings of our Great Affliction for the...
Accept the thanks of a heart opprest with sorrow but greatfull for your friendly sympathising...
I hope you will pardon the liberty I take in addressing you in this way but the fear that my...
I am very much mortified that I have Sent so many Letters to you burthen’d with Postage I thought...
I recieved my dear and ever honoured Aunt your kind Letter of Decr 18th and the Cape accompanying...
How often do we find that having much to say, the full heart cannot impart the half. This evil I...
I have receiv’d two Letters from you since I wrote last, one contain’d the Border & Lace for my...
I should have answer’d your valued Letter of 27th. ulto., by Mr. Shaw, if his stay would have...
I sincerely symphire with you in the very great bereavement the Whole community has mett with in...
In conversation with the President, as he passed to the seat of Government, I mentioned to him my...
I have to thank you for two Letters which lay by me unanswer’d, I have had my hands full of...
A few days ago, I received your favour of 30. December of the last year; after a long interval...
I have not written you so often as I wish’d to do for these several weeks. I have not been free...
I inclose you Mr. Ames’s Oration deliver’d before the Legislature. Yesterday agreable to the...
Your last of Jany 9th. I receiv’d with the enclosure, since that very little has been heard off...
I have been honoured by your Letter of the 18th—I have noticed its Contents, I consent to your...
Permit me to introduce to you my particular friend Mr. Hardy of newyork, he visits Philadelphia,...
disappointment seems to be written upon all the exertions my dear Son makes to establish himself...
Yours of the 21st. Ulto. and the 6th. Inst. came to hand Yesterday with $200 enclos’d, this Day...
There is a great deal of pain; taken to make mischief between you & Mr & Mrs. Porter Many wish...
Mrs: Smith is playing with Caroline and having wrote yesterday, says I must introduce The...
I donnot like to let a week pass without writing a few Lines to let you know how we are & what we...
I wrote to You the 14th. Inst. acknowledging the Receipt of Yours of Feby. 21. & the 6th. of this...
Your sisterly kindness to me my dear Madam induces me to believe that to hear of our welfare will...
A Letter which I had a long time wished for, I at length received from my affectionate Sister....