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I this day Received a few lines from my Friend, whose Long silence I have not been able to...
It Can be of little Consequence to you my dear Madam wither Your late adventure with me amounts...
As soon as the Letter of my Beloved friend reached my Hand, I immediately set down to...
So I must Give up my Little Companion, my Young Friend. Your Claim is prior, your Title Cannot be...
Nothing but the Greatest affection for my dear Mrs. Adams Would Induce me to Break over the...
Could I write you any agreable Inteligence I would with pleasure Grasp the pen And Call of my...
I return my dear madam miss Williams letters with Lovuts memoirs— am much obliged & hope have not...
My dear Mrs. Adams will undoubtedly Wonder that she has not heard from me since I Left Braintree,...
My Friends anxity I Wonder not at. Wish I could say anything that would Give that Relief her...
Did I feel myself conscious of any inclination to suspend a Correspondence that has given...
I have to thank my Friend Mrs. Adams for a very agreable Letter Received a few days since. I...
The importunity of my Friends at Braintree, though my inclination is strong, is not sufficient to...
one line by my son inquires after the health of my Friend, at Braintree. do you begin to feel at...
Being Necessiated to use a Certain peace of Linnen so Nearly up that I Cannot spare my Friend the...
Though I am very unwell scarce able to set up long Enough to write, yet I must let my dear Friend...
A Promiss made to my son to spend a week with our Friends at Braintree is readily Caught at nor...
I know my dear friend Mrs. Adams will be Glad to hear Her friend is in Better Health than when...
A Lame Hand still prevents me the free use of Either the Nedle or the pen. Yet I take up the...
Mr. Warren being prevented by many Avocations from writing this Morning, has put the pen into the...
How dos my dear M rs Adams like the City of New york: its manners & amusements as it may probably...
I take up my pen this Morning to let my Friend know I have not yet seen Mr. S. Adams, but...
Most sincerly do I Congratulate My Friend on her Restoration to Health after pain, peril and...
Is my Dear Mrs. Adams too Much Engagd with Company, is her Family sick, or is she inattentive to...
I shall pass over in silence the Complementary introduction to your Letter, not because these...
Beneath the shady Forrest of Ele River, while my Best Friend has walked towards the Fertile...
For once I have followed the Example of my Friend, and have Long delayed a Reply to her Letter....
Great Advantages are often Attended with Great Inconveniencies, And Great Minds Called to severe...
I sincerely Congratulate my much Esteemed friend on the Restoration of the invaluable Blessing of...
Did I think it in my power to afford any Consolation to my Friend I Would Readily undertake the...
If anything would awake the sleeping Muses or Call Back the Wandering Deities the Imagery of this...
My Dear Mrs. Adams has Disappointed Me so often that I think I will no more promise myself the...
I should have wrote before according to promiss, but have been prevented the use of my Eyes by a...
Just Come to hand is A Letter from my very Worthy Friend who I suppose is by this time arrived at...
After long Expecting that Pleasure I was Gratifyed about four days since by the Receipt of a very...
If my dear friend Required only a very Long Letter to make it agreable I Could Easily Gratify her...
The Confidence I have in the Candour and Friendship of Both Mr. and Mrs. Adams, together with her...
Have I my dear madam appeared negligent in not answering your last friendly letter jest before...
It is A Long time since I had the Happiness of hearing from my Braintree Friends. Dos my dear...
I think myself Doubly obligated to my amiable Friend that she has for once Layed aside that...
I need not tell you I was much disappointed in not having the pleasure of your Company yesterday...
I had the pleasure of hearing Yesterday by a transient person that my much Esteemed friend Mrs....
I Returned yesterday from a Visit to my Venerable Father, and on our arival at our own Habitation...
I Intended writing my Friend Mrs. Adams when Mr. Thaxter Returned but dare say he Gave you a...
I thank my dear M rs Adams for M rs Montagues observation, on the writings of shakespear which I...
Wrote at the Request of A Gentleman who described the Late Glorious Event of sacrificeing several...