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We Suppose, that you had your Degree last Wednesday, and upon that Supposition, I congratulate...
I have the Pleasure of yours of July 30. and advise you to purchase the Coach and prepare every...
I hope, that before this day you are Safely arrived at New York, and that in another Month, I...
This Letter, I presume, will find you at the University, where I hope you will pass your time...
Give me leave to congratulate you on your Admission into the Seat of the Muses, our dear Alma...
Dr Gordon brought me your Letter of the 2d. of April, which gave me, great Pleasure. In order to...
I hope Mr. Storer, when he delivers this Letter, will find you a Student in the University, or...
There is no Accomplishment, more usefull or reputable, or which conduces more to the Happiness of...
I have time only to write you a line or two, not expecting captain Bigolow to Sail so Soon. I was...
Mr. Jefferson’s compliments to Mr. Adams and begs his care of the inclosed letters . Those...
I rec d. Your Favour, previous to which I sent you by Post in a Letter to my Brother a Bank Bill...
And so my Dear son your sister is really and Bona fida married, as fast as the Bishop and a Clerk...
I am much obliged to you for the Copy of your Dialogue, which does you honour. I am the more...
A young Gentleman of 17, must not talk of low Spirits for Small disappointments. He must...
I am much pleased with your Oration and much obliged to you for it. it seems to me, making...
Last night I received yours of the 1. with the Letter from your Mother to you, by which it...
I have received your Letter by Mr. Church, and am very happy to hear of your Safe Arrival, and...
At Amsterdam I received your Letter of the 18 and to day that of the 20th. Write me, when you...
I received your Letter of the 15th. on the 18th. and that of the 18th. this moment, and am happy...
As I did not write you by the last conveyance I will not omit the present. I supposed your sister...
this morning my Dear Brother—M r Storer Came out from New York—to spend the day with us and was...
I have procured the Books for you, and Captain Folger not sailing quite so soon as I expected, I...
Altho I have written you a very long Letter by way of Newyork, yet should one vessel go to Boston...
I give you joy of the day, as I presume it is commencment with you at Cambridge, and as it is...
I began a Letter to you yesterday which I designd to have finishd last evening, but as we had a...
I have been much dissapointed in not receiving any Letters from your Father or you by the late...
I hope this will find you upon terra firma, tho in vain I searcht the New York papers of july...
It is a long time since I received a line from you, or any other of my Friends, nor have we...
This evening as I was Setting, with only your sister by my side, who was scribling at the table...
to your Candour my Dear Brother—I must appeal for Pardon that I have thus long delayed to inform...
Your Father and Col Smith are gone to Night to Covent Garden theatre to See the School for...
Mr. James Jarvis called upon us yesterday but we were not at home. To day he wrote to Pappa to...
Your Letter to me by captain Callihan came safe to hand, that to your Sister and others from my...
I have now before me your Letter of the 3 d of August —which I intend to answer fully—and then 2...
It was with real pleasure my Dear Brother that I received a few days since your letter of july 20...
Captain Lyde is arrived to our no small joy and brought us a charming parcel of Letters, amongst...
Yesterday being Sunday I went with your papa to the Foundling Church, Dr. Price whom we usually...
Mr. Storers departure is delayed from day to day so that I fear he will have a dissagreeable time...
I cannot begin my Letter by thanking you for yours. You write so seldom, that you, do not give me...
Never was there a young Man who deserved more a severe punishment than yourself. I am so out of...
I went from my own little writing room below stairs just now into your Pappas; where Mr. Storer...
This Morning I wrote you that we were going to the play with Mrs. Church. At six oclock we called...
Altho afflicted to day with one of my bad headaches; I must write you, least the vessel should...
I wrote you so largly by the Newyork December packet, that a few lines must now suffice. I cannot...
I begin to think I am not of that concequence at Home which I supposed myself, or that you think...
I would not omit writing you by captain Callihan, as your sister is unable to perform that office...
I have also to sollicit your Pardon my Dear Brother for haveing so long delayd writing you. I...
When I closed my last to you on Sundey last I promised to give you an account of the excursion we...
Since I wrote you, the packet from N york has arrived after a passage of 43 days, and by that...
I have not written you a single line since you left me. Your sisters punctuality I saw would...