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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...
I must begin with apoligising to you for not writing since the 17 of June. I have really had so...
I have no doubt but that my dearest Friend is anxious to know how his Portia does, and his little...
First part of text missing. Respectfull Regards to Mr. Hancock with thanks for his very polite...
I write you now, thanks be to Heaven, free from paine, in Good Spirits, but weak and feeble. All...
I wrote you by the post, but as Capt. Cuznow Cazneau goes to morrow perhaps this may reach you...
I wrote you by Capt. Cazneau a wedensday, but as the post will go to day I will not omit telling...
I this Evening Received Your two Letters of july 10 and 11, and last Evening the Post brought me...
Yours 30 of July reachd me by Saturdays post, and found me with Johnny and Tommy quite Recoverd...
Mr. Smith call’d upon me to day and told me he should set out tomorrow for Philadelphia, desired...
I wrote you to day by Mr. Smith but as I suppose this will reach you sooner, I omitted mentioning...
Tho I wrote you two Letters yesterday one by the Post and one by Mr. Smith, yet I will not omit...
I set down to write you a few lines by the post, because I would not omit one opportunity. I...
Yours of August 12 came to hand by last Nights post. Mr. A dams and Coll. W hipple are not yet...
I sent Johnny last Evening to the Post office for Letters. He soon returnd and pulling one from...
I have spent the 3 days past almost intirely with you. The weather has been stormy, I have had...
I have this moment sent of a Letter to the post office when Mr. Bass came in to let me know that...
You know not How dissapointed I was to Night when the Post came in and I received no Letter from...
Last monday I left the Town of Boston, underwent the operation of a smoaking at the lines and...
I have been so much engaged this week with company that, tho I never cease to think of you I have...
I sit down this Evening to write you, but I hardly know what to think about your going to...