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Last Evening General Lincoln call’d here introducing to me a Gentleman by the Name of Col....
Notwithstanding my confinement I think I have not omitted writing you by every post. I have...
Your favour of April 6th reachd me to day per favour Mr. Williams, and is the only one I have had...
This is Election Day, but the news of the day I am not able to inform you of as I have Heard...
If I was certain I should welcome you to your native Land in the course of the summer, I should...
I have been prevented writing you for more than a Week past by a Whitlow upon the fore finger of...
Tis ten days I believe since I wrote you a Line, yet not ten minuts passes without thinking of...
Not since the 5th of Sepbr. have I had one line from you which makes me very uneasy. Are you all...
I set myself down to write with a Heart depressed with the Melancholy Scenes arround me. My...
Your obliging favours of March 14, 16 and 22, have received, and most sincerely thank you for...
I have misst my Good Friend Col. W arre n from Watertown in the conveyance of my Letters; you...
Yours 30 of July reachd me by Saturdays post, and found me with Johnny and Tommy quite Recoverd...
Altho I know not of a single opportunity by which I can convey to You my constant anxiety and...
In this Beautifull month when Nature wears her gayest garb, and animal and vegetable life is...
I designd to have wrote you by the last Post, but have been so unwell for the week past that I...
I received yours of October 23. I want to hear from you every day, and I always feel sorrow when...
By Mr. Guile who is bound to Amsterdam and from thence to France, I embrace this opportunity of...
The young Gentleman who is the Bearer of this has acted for about 7 months in the capacity of...
I could not omit so favourable an opportunity as the present of writing you a line by Mr. Warren...
I wrote you a Letter a fortnight ago to send per this opportunity, but meeting with the Consul in...
The accounts you give of the Heat of the weather, gives me great uneasiness upon account of your...
If allarming half a dozen places at the same time is an act of Generalship How may boast of his...
I set down to write to you a monday, but really could not compose myself sufficently: the anxiety...
At length my anxiety is relieved and the happy happy tidings of your arrival and safety in France...
Tis a fortnight to Night since I wrote you a line during which, I have been confined with the...
By the alliance (a fine frigate Built in Newbury port commanded by Capt. Laundry a Native of...
At length an opportunity offers after a space of near five Months, of again writing to You. Not a...
How lonely are my days? How solitary are my Nights? Secluded from all Society but my two Little...
Yesterday Mr. Johonet waited upon me with your favour of Febry 4th. I am sorry you have sufferd...
Your favour of August 17th is just put into my hands with word that Capt. Grinnel is to sail...
I this day Received yours of the 20 of April accompanied with a Letter upon Goverment. Upon...
How long is the space since I heard from my dear absent Friends? Most feelingly do I experience...
By a Vessel of my unkles bound to Bilboa I write you a few lines, and commit them to the care of...
I know not where to direct to you, but hope you are secure. Tis said in some part of the Jersies,...
I must begin with apoligising to you for not writing since the 17 of June. I have really had so...
How many are the solitary hours I spend, ruminating upon the past, and anticipating the future,...
I set down to write you a Letter wholy Domestick without one word of politicks or any thing of...
My Father has been more affected with the distruction of Charlstown, than with any thing which...
I could not have conceived that a Letter written upon merely political subjects could have...
I this morning Received yours of March 7 favourd by Dr. Jackson. I rejoice to hear you are so...
How much is comprised in that short sentance? How fondly can I call you mine, bound by every tie,...
Tis a month this day since you left me, and this is the first time I have taken my pen to write...
I immagine before this reaches you some very important Event must take place betwen the two...
I hear the Alliance is again going to France with the Marquis Fayett and the Count de Noiales. I...
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 met with some abuse and very Ill treatment. I want you for my protector and justifier. In...
I last evening received a Letter from Mr. Thaxter dated in April, and Mr. Storer received Letters...
You have directed me to draw Bills upon you for what Money I want, and add, that if my Bills are...
Tis true my dearest Friend that I have spent an anxious 3 weeks, and the sight of a Letter from...