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Your kind Letter by Cousin Tufts was a pleasing and fresh proof of your Goodsense, Piety of...
If words could express the gratitude I feel for your kindness to me, & my Children, it would be...
If I had received your Letter an hour sooner, I could have sent you an answer the same day, viz....
I have not seen your Letter to Sister Cranch as yet, and cannot tell how you like your present...
Your kind Letter which assured me of your welfare was a cordial to my heart. It came safe to...
This Day is the Aniversary of Eleven Years since our dear Mother left us poor Pilgrims, to...
The Roads have been so bad for several Weeks past, that there has been but little travelling, and...
Should I my Dear Sister, too much alarm the Heart of an affectionate Mother, solicitous for the...
Here I am, all alone for a great rarity. There is nothing more agreeable to me for a little while...
Yes! My Dear Sister, Mr. and Mrs Allen are just gone from here, and carried away my Betsy Smith...
My Uncle Smith has been so kind as to send me word this Morning, that a Nephew of Mr Gill’s was...
It is indeed several weeks since I have written to you—an eventful term to me—multiplied with...
Two Vessels arrived from London while I was upon my little southern Tour. It was in vain that I...
I have but just returned, my much loved Sister, from my Southern Excursion. You know how...
Mr Sparhawk called for my Letter Just as I was giving you an account of my Aunt Smith’s Death. I...
I am very sorry that I could not send Betsy Quincy with her Cousin, but my being unwell prevented...
Your kind invitations would have induced Mr Peabody to have visited you at Quincy had it not now...
Not to hear one word from Novem. to April seemed a very long space of Time, to One solicitous for...
Your Son, My Dear Sister has been a Member of our Family for these five Weeks, almost three of...
Day after day has slid off into the ocean of time, with the Yesterdays beyond the flood, replete...
I have thought day after day, that another should not pass without writing to my much loved...
The long looked for, the modest, the manly, the well accomplished Youth, is come at last. And had...
Permit me to congratulate both you and my dear Neice upon your safe and happy arrival upon the...
I rejoice that the important question in Congress has terminated so happily, & that the Vice...
Health to my Sister, under a more fervid Sun, than that to which she has hitherto been...
Since my last my time has been cheifly occupied, in attending to those services, which were due...
Least I should forget it, I acknowledge the receipt of ten Dollars you sent while I was at...
Your Letter March 24th. by Capt Cushing, with the Apron, came safe to Hand 2 Days after his...
I received Yours, last Friday just as We were siting down to dinner, favoured by Mr. Ludden. We...
The tender solicitude you have shewn for my health, demands the earliest return I can make—& it...
When I cast my Eyes backward; and take a general survey, of the great alterations which have been...
I had written to the Deacon before I had received Yours, wherein I have your Sanction for it, and...