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Inclosed is another Production of Porcupine, whose quils will Stick. The President appears great...
The Prospect that opens upon me presents Troubles enough of every kind.— I have made Some Inquiry...
I wonder whether Mr. Shaw ever wrote you an account of the good woman who was so much offendid...
Notwithstanding the unconquerable aversion I ever had to writing I cannot forbear taking up my...
It is now my Turn to complain. Last night We had great Packetts from the Council, but no Line...
I rec d. to day your favour of March 29 th. I write you every Post day and send my Letter to the...
The Confidence I have in the Candour and Friendship of Both Mr. and Mrs. Adams, together with her...
I cannot enough thank you my dear Sister for your kind Letter its Sisterly contents Sink deep in...
Your esteemed Favor of July 22d did not come to hand untill Capt Callahan had arrived 12 Days,...
Sitting down to write to you, is a Scene almost too tender for my State of Nerves. It calls up to...
The Doctor may have the Steers if he wishes to have them. The People of the United States are...
Since my return to England, I have been told of the great Civilities you were pleased to Shew to...
We have done nothing hitherto, but prevent our Countrymen from plunging blindfold into a War,...
I design’d to have written you last week but was prevented by company I have receiv’d your Letter...
Health to my Sister, under a more fervid Sun, than that to which she has hitherto been...
Your Favours of Ap. 2 and Ap. 7. I have received. The inclosed Evening Post, will give you, some...
The Prophet of York has not prophecy’d in vain. There is in this Town and County a Laodiceanism...
I have rec d yours of January 22 d. I know not the reason you had not rec d Letters for a Week—...
Mr. Thaxter is getting better and Mr. Charles Storer is now with me, and We may be all now said...
I have had a Curiosity to examine what could have been the Cause of Parson Lymans Affection to...
It is a long time since I wrote you last, but I am perfectly weary of making apologies. I have no...
You will percieve by the date of this that I am at H——: last thursday I arrived here. My Visit is...
About three weeks agone, I forwarded a packet of Letters to Mr. Cranch, inclosing one to him—the...
If you have reciev’d our Letters by Capn Callahan you will be in Some measure prepair’d for the...
Long e’er this time I hope my dear Sister and Cousin have sat their Feet upon the British shore,...
your dearest Friend never had a more trying day than Yesterday. A Solenm Scene it was indeed and...
I begin again to number my letters to you; a practice which I neglected, in writing from England,...
I ought to have written you from New-York, of my safe arrival there in little more than three...
Not one line from my dear Sister have I reciev’d sinc last September. What can be the reason? I...
Upon the receipt of your excellent Letter of the fifth of this month I Yesterday sent for our son...
I believe in one of my Letters I told you I had troubles of various kinds— I need to be possessed...
Since my last my time has been cheifly occupied, in attending to those services, which were due...
The Spring advances, very rapidly, and all Nature will soon be cloathed in her gayest Robes. The...
Yours of Novr. 12 is before me. I wish I could write you every day, more than once, for although...
We have had an Escape again: but are arrived safely in Spain. As the Frigate will probably not...
It is mortifying to me, to be again obliged to offer an excuse, for not having written more...
A Passage of 28 days, landed me & my fellow Passengers safe on the shore of England— Our desire...
Mr. Greenleaf is about to set off, towards Nantes and from thence to Boston. Last Night, I walked...
It is now a long Time, since I had an Opportunity of writing to you, and I fear you have suffered...
I wrote you a few hasty lines, from Boston the Monday before Commencement, inclosing two...
You seem to be situated in the Place of greatest Tranquility and Security, of any upon the...
In receiving the Communication, that the T reaty of Amity and Commerce between the United States...
Your favours of September 29 and Oct. 21. are before me. I avoided saying any Thing about...
Come home my Sister, that Braintree may have some of its old inhabitants residing in it. Could...
I have just heard that Scot is to sail tomorrow. I cannot let a vessel go without a few Lines...
On the 10th. of this Month I had the pleasure of recieving Letters from Hingham dated in...
In your Letter of Dec r 23 d you Say “Faxon wants Money to buy, three Cows and four young...
I have received duly the honor of your letter, and am now to return you thanks for your...
Least I should forget it, I acknowledge the receipt of ten Dollars you sent while I was at...
I am so sensible of the Difficulty of conveying Letters safe, to you, that I am afraid to write,...