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I received your two Letters together of August 26 th . I have every day since designd to write to...
I received with much pleasure your Letters of August 1 st and 12th, for which accept my thanks. I...
I received yours of the 21 July upon my return from a Ride. your Father said he had a Letter for...
I know not how it is, but I always feel more spirits when I take my pen to write to you, than to...
I received your Letter of June 21— I cannot but feel very anxious for your Health. the Hot season...
I presume this will find you at Philadelphia, fix’d in your Lodgings; and in possession of your...
I received with Sincere pleasure the confirmation of your Safe arrival in your Native Land, from...
I Congratulate you my dear son, upon your safe arrival in your Native Country; and myself that I...
If you have once more set your foot upon American ground, and are in safety, God be praised I...
As there is some Probability that Thomas Welch will Embark before I shall return to Quincy, I...
I promised My dear Thomas to write to him by the May packet. on Fryday Evening at the drawing...
To know that one Cannot freely say that Black, is Black; even tho it be “darkness visible,” or...
When I have written to your Brother I feel as if I had exhausted all the subjects which it is...
I Embrace the opportunity by the British packet of writing you a few lines, tho I have not any...
Your Letters have become Such a model of elegant composition, that I cannot but think you must...
Tis expectation that make a Blessing sweet, says the poet. how sincerely sweet would it be to me...
Your Friend Quincy is married, truly married and to a Nyork Lady, by the Name of Morten, without...