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How are you to day? have you heard from weymouth? I send you a Barrel of pears and a Barrel of...
I have but a moments time to write you a Line, and send you by Mr. Allen the measure of Charles...
I received a few lines from you yesterday, in replie to mr Bates queries. I would have the Room...
It is a great grief to me my dear sister that I can do So little for you in your trouble when I...
we left philadelphia on Wednesday last. the day preceeding was very Hot a partial rain had waterd...
Mr Lincoln our Carpenter came this morning from Weymouth he saw mrs Humphries who watchd last...
Inclosed is a Letter for the Doctor as the contents are valuable you will be so kind as to...
I expected to have heard from you on Saturday, but no Letter came and on Wedensday but Still no...
Death, thou art no Respecter of persons; Washington is no more! a Great Man has fallen, and his...
I received your Letter yesterday. I know from what I saw and heard whilst I was at home that...
Excuse my intrudeing upon you a moment with a recital of a line from your Niece, Who is...
I write you a few lines to day, but the weather is so Hot and close and the flies so tormenting...
I think you have been exercised in deeds of Charity to that poor forlorn Man who would once have...
I did not write to you the last week. I supposed you must be much occupied by the ordination...
I got to Westown on Wednesday by four oclock and was met two miles from Town by mrs Otis,...
It is a long time since I have written to you, & so many things have intervened, that I know not...
Abby was indeed very happy to receive a letter from so worthy, beloved, & good an Aunt—& it gives...
Yesterday mr Johnson and his Mamma arrived here in good Health. by her I heard from mr & mrs...
I have been expecting to get a Letter from you for Several days: I am the more anxious to hear...
The extreem heat of yesterday & the no less prospect of it this day, is beyond any thing I ever...
I know my much loved Sister that you will mingle in my sorrow, and weep with me over the Grave of...
I thank you for so kindly giving me information of our dear Sisters recovery. It has releived me...
I write you a few lines by mr Black altho I know the post will go quicker. I hope to get Letters...
I reachd this place yesterday morning and found Mrs Smith and Caroline very well. Mrs Adams and...
I received your kind Letter of Janry and intended writing you yesterday, but I know not how it...
I suppose the reason why I have not had a Letter from you for a long time, arrises from your...
I write you this morning just to say that there are dispatches from our Envoys up to April by...
You will forgive me my Dear sister that I spaired both you and my Self the pain of a formal...
I have only time this morning to write you a line, to inclose a Letter from mrs Brisler to her...
By mrs Otis who leaves here this week I send a waistcoat pattern for William Shaw which I designd...
I arrived in this City last Evening & came to the old House now occupied by Francis as an Hotel....
I have the pleasure to inform you of my safely being lodged in our Haverhill Dwelling, last...
After I had closed my Letter yesterday, I received yours of the 28th. The Garden Seeds are in a...
I just write you a line to day, to tell you we are well and to inclose Letters from my Family. We...
I have written to you my dear Sister twice since my arrival here. I know not but one of the...
Tomorow morning I expect to leave this place, and proceed on my way to Philadelphia—where I hope...
I have just sent some Letters to go by Captain Folger, but find he does not sail so soon as...
As captain Folger is not yet gone I write a few more lines by him, tho I have nothing new to...
Having at length recover’d from the fatigue of a very unpleasant journey I take the liberty my...
I recieved your very kind Letter for which I return many thanks I hope you will pardon the...
Mr. Thaxter will want a horse in a short time, to go a journey, and I should be glad, if mine is...
I heard to Day that the Doctor had a Letter from Mr. Cranch, and that he was still very Ill, poor...
I was yesterday at Weymouth where I received your Letter, and the saffron risbands &c. I thank...
If the Compass by which my course is directed does not vary again through unavoidable necessity I...
on the 17 of this Month cousin William wrote his uncle, that he had carried his cousin Tom Home...
I have received but one Letter from you Since I left Quincy now near a Month; I have been here...
We leave this place this morning & hope to reach Home on fryday of the next week. I have written...
I arrived here last Night. my first inquiry was for a Letter from you, which I was happy enough...
We left Philadelphia on Wedensday last, the day preceeding was very Hot a partial Rain had waterd...
I inclose a pamphlet upon darying which when you have read, be so good as to give to Pheby...