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It is a long time since I wrote you as I have again been very sick and utterly unable to put pen...
Your Letter my caused me a mixture of feelings some pleasing some painful the latter because...
Regularity and method are so essential to the acquisition of real knowledge that the little...
Being better to day my dear Charles I hasten to write to you fearful if I delay that a Chill and...
I was delighted with your Letter and was only sorry you did not mention your health, which I...
I am rejoiced my Dear Charles to learn that your journey was so pleasant and that the little...
What sort of a Letter was your last and how is it to be answered? to be angry with you is...
You tell me in your last Letter that “you believe you did not write to me, because you had not...
I received yesterday my dear Charles your Letter of the 4th. and hasten to answer it as I really...
Your Letter of the 10th. my Dear Charles afflicted me very much as it still betrayed the same...
Since my return home my Dear George Charles I have been so much engaged it has been almost...
I am afraid that you read my letters in as great a hurry as you appear to do every thing else...
Our winter routine has begun and as usual I am plunged into the depths of visits invitations...
At last my dear Charles I find a moment of leisure to address you not having had a moment since...
As Mr. Pope is so good as to offer to convey your skates to Boston I have siezed the opportunity...
When I left you I did not think you were so soon to assume the sacerdotal vestment but I...
Your last Letter my dear Charles quite revived my spirits as it re-assured me concerning yours...
Still in this City I again write you and probably for the last time until I get home—Your last...
As I hear there has been a great fall of snow during the last week or two in Boston I suppose you...
I have been so sick with the Influenza it has not been possible to write independent of which the...
The Mail is this moment arrived and as I am at leisure I hasten to answer your Letter which is a...
I enclose you a Letter from one of your young correspondents which was received a few days after...
I have just received your little and your big Letter, and return you many thanks for both, which...
During my long absence from home my Dear Charles I could not write to you as it was difficult to...
I was much pleased to observe that you had taken more pains with the writing of your last Letter...
We yesterday went fishing for the first time and to my great astonishment on looking up our...
The easy manner in which you appear to take your College studies is diverting to me I confess but...
How I wish I could divide myself and fly to nurse you my poor Boy—If your Uncle had not still to...
Poor Mariano is dead. On Sunday Even’—he was sitting reading the new Tragedy of Lord Byron when...
I am very sorry my dear Charles that any thing in my last Letter should have wounded your...