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I have this moment finished Copying The manuscript you was kind enough to Lend me, and must write...
I Returned yesterday from a Visit to my Venerable Father, and on our arival at our own Habitation...
I thank you my dear Sister for all your kind offers. I have not been able yet to get Miss Dolly...
I received your kind Letter, at New York, and it is not easy for you to imagine the Pleasure it...
You may depend on my giving your Letter to Capt. Marston who sets out for Philadelphia on Monday....
When or where this Letter will find you, I know not. In what Scenes of Distress and Terror, I...
I have written but once to you since I left you. This is to be imputed to a Variety of Causes,...
Having a Leisure Moment, while the Congress is assembling, I gladly embrace it to write you a...
I received your very agreable Letter, by Mr. Marston, and have received two others, which gave me...
In your last you inquire tenderly after my Health, and how we found the People upon our Journey,...
I am very well yet:—write to me as often as you can, and send your Letters to the Office in...
I would not loose the Opportunity of writing to you—tho I must be short. Tedious, indeed is our...
Sitting down to write to you, is a Scene almost too tender for my State of Nerves. It calls up to...
I thank you for all your kind favours. I wish I could write to you, much oftener than I do. I...
I am wearied to Death with the Life I lead. The Business of the Congress is tedious, beyond...
I think myself Doubly obligated to my amiable Friend that she has for once Layed aside that...
I had the pleasure of hearing Yesterday by a transient person that my much Esteemed friend Mrs....
I arrived here, last Evening, and have attended Mr. Strongs Meeting all this Day. I rode alone,...
New York has appointed an ample Representation in our Congress, and have appointed a provincial...
Our Hearts are bleeding for the poor People of Boston. What will, or can be done for them I cant...
Mr. Eliot of Fairfield, is this Moment arrived in his Way to Boston. He read us a Letter from the...
I have an opportunity by Captn. Beale, to write you a Line. We all arrived last Night in this...
I am indeed the Silvia, the once favored correspondent of Diana; But I am Silvia without my...
Though I am very unwell scarce able to set up long Enough to write, yet I must let my dear Friend...
I embrace an Opportunity by two young Gentlemen from Maryland to write you a Line, on friend...
Our amiable Friend Hancock, who by the Way is our President, is to send his Servant, tomorrow for...
I had Yesterday the Pleasure of two Letters from you, by Dr. Church. We had been so long without...
Yours received last Evening deserves my Early acknowledgment; as a token of your Love, it revived...
I have received yours of 24th. May and a Copy of your Letter to Mr. Dilly, and one Letter from...
Dr. Church returns to Day, and with smarting Eyes, I must write a few Lines to you. I never had...