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Your Letter from Cambridge arrived yesterday my dear Charles and I was sorry to find you still...
Huzza, my little gallant Soldier—what wonderful feats of glorious prowess am I to anticipate from...
I congratulate you upon the recovery of your spirits; and I do not know what to say about Langdon...
As I am afraid you will hardly recieve my Letter in time I hasten to tell you that if you have no...
I am so concerned at the style of your last Letter I hasten to answer it immediately although I...
In yours of the 4th & 7th you tell me that you had taken a fresh cold but that it was nearly...
You seem by the facetious tone of your Letters when you honour me with any to imagine that I have...
I am very much pained by your account of your health and hope sincerely that you have made a...
I am sorry to say that your last Letter was so badly written that I could scarcely read it and I...
I have been so unwell it has not been in my power to answer your last Letter—Poor John—Has the...
I will begin my letter, by offerering the joint congratulations of your father and myself, to you...
Having just dismissed my visitors Mr. Jackson and Mr McTavish I hasten to write you in answer to...
You reproach me without a cause and I dare say you got your Letter the very day after you...
private I have received your letter of Sepr. 30th. with a copy of "An Appeal from the new to the...
AU NOM DU ROI. Nous Ambassadeur de S. M. le Roi de France près S. M. l’Empereur de toutes les...