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I should have answered your kind letter of the 13th. a day or two sooner, but for company which...
This morning I received your kind favour of the 20th. And am delighted to hear that you and the...
I have now received your favour of the 29th: of last month, enclosing a letter from your Mamma,...
Yesterday my mother went to Boston, and in the Evening brought out Mrs: Foster with her two...
The Sun is just making his appearance for the first time these five days, during which we have...
On Thursday, I went into Boston, for the first time this month past, and there received at once...
Yesterday, being in Boston on some business, I received your letter of the 26th: with the...
A tour to Boston appears of late to bring me luck; yesterday, for the third time within this...
My visit to Boston yesterday, was equally successful with those I had made several times before;...
The delays in the receipt of my letters, of which you complain are occasioned sometimes by a...
Your letter of 27 last month came to hand the day before yesterday—It renews and increases my...
I have received your letter of the 31st: of last month, with great pleasure to learn that the...
It is almost a fortnight since I received a line from you; and you have heretofore been so...
Another week has past away, without bringing me a line from my dearest friend—The last letter I...
Two days ago, I wrote you my best friend, expressing great anxiety at not having heard from you...
Since I wrote you last Tuesday in Boston I have received another letter from you, dated the 21st....
I hope the head-ache with which you were afflicted at the time when you wrote me your letter—of...
I am in hopes there is a letter from you, lingering somewhere, at the Post-Office; not having...
After an interval of considerable anxiety, arising from the lapse of time, since I had heard from...
Once more is the correspondence on the part of my best friend brought up from all arrears; as I...
This is the last Time I shall write you from this place for the present—I have determined to...
Untill this day, I have been from the moment when I left you, in such continual motion that I...
The first pen I put to paper after reaching my journey’s end must be to inform you, my dearest...
I wrote you last Sunday, the day after my arrival at Quincy and gave you an account of the...
The Children are both in perfect health; both contented with their situations, and both beloved...
I wrote you this day week, last Sunday that I intended to return to Boston the next morning—But,...
I expected to have this letter from Quincy, where it was my intention to have gone yesterday in...
Yesterday was the first Saturday since I arrived here, which passed over without bringing me a...
I have just this morning received your kind favour of the 2d: instt: which at once confirmed my...
I pass’d the day yesterday, in anxious expectation of having a letter from you again, but it did...