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I received yours of July 7 for which I heartily thank you, it was the longest and best Letter I...
I do not feel easy more than two days together without writing to you. If you abound you must lay...
Tis with a sad Heart I take my pen to write to you because I must be the bearer of what will...
Since you left me I have passed thro great distress both of Body and mind; and whether greater is...
I set myself down to write with a Heart depressed with the Melancholy Scenes arround me. My...
I set down with a heavy Heart to write to you. I have had no other since you left me. Woe follows...
I received your kind favour of the 17. It was a Cordial to my dejected Heart to see and hear of...
Have pitty upon me, have pitty upon me o! thou my beloved for the Hand of God presseth me soar....
I have not been composed enough to write you since Last Sabbeth when in the bitterness of my...
Tis ten Days since I have wrote you a line; I have received one Letter since dated 27 of Sepbr....
Mr. Lorthorp call’d here this Evening and brought me yours of the 1 of October a day which will...
I have been highly favourd this week past. No less than 5 Letters I have received from you. It is...
I have been prevented writing you for more than a Week past by a Whitlow upon the fore finger of...
I received yours of October 23. I want to hear from you every day, and I always feel sorrow when...
Tis a fortnight to Night since I wrote you a line during which, I have been confined with the...
I received your obliging favour by Mrs. Morgan, with the papers, and the other articles you sent...
Tis a month this day since you left me, and this is the first time I have taken my pen to write...
I was greatly rejoiced at the return of your servant to find you had safely arrived, and that you...
I last Evening Received yours of March 8. I must confess my self in fault that I did not write...
I wish you would ever write me a Letter half as long as I write you; and tell me if you may where...
I Received two Letters from you this week one of the 13 and the other the 19 of March. I know not...
I have misst my Good Friend Col. W arre n from Watertown in the conveyance of my Letters; you...
I cannot omit so good an opportunity as offers by Mr. Church of telling you that we are all well....
I have to acknowledg the Recept of a very few lines dated the 12 of April. You make no mention of...
How many are the solitary hours I spend, ruminating upon the past, and anticipating the future,...
I this day Received yours of the 20 of April accompanied with a Letter upon Goverment. Upon...
I set down to write you a Letter wholy Domestick without one word of politicks or any thing of...
What can be the reason I have not heard from you since the 20 of April, and now tis the 27 of...
I received by Mr. Church a few lines from you; I wish to hear from you every opportunity tho you...
I this day Received by the Hands of our Worthy Friend a large packet, which has refreshed and...