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Your letter by the post is not yet come to hand, that by Mr. Beresford I received this morning....
I will call for you today, my dear between twelve and one. You must be dressed, because we drink...
I have received two or three letters from you since I wrote last. Indeed my health has been so...
I have not received a letter from you since early in February . This is far short of my...
Mr. De La Borde de Mereville presente ses respects a Miss Jefferson et la prie de venir prendre...
It is now very long since I have had a letter from you. I hope you continue in good health, and...
I write to you, my dear Patsy, from the Canal of Languedoc, on which I am at present sailing, as...
Madame de Traubenheim wrote me word yesterday you were unwell. I shall come to Panthemont to-day...
I was happy, my dear Patsy, to receive, on my arrival here, your letter informing me of your...
I hoped before this to have received letters from you regularly and weekly by the post, and also...
After four days journey I arrived here without any accident and in as good health as when I left...
I send you, my dear Patsy, the 15 livres you desired. You propose this to me as an anticipation...
I got back to Aix the day before yesterday, and found there your letter of the 9th. of April,...
Madame de Corney proposes, my Dear to carry you to the Opera tomorrow evening. I will therefore...
I shall with the greatest pleasure, my dear Patsy, participate with you of the honour of Miss...
Your letter of May 3. came to me at this place. Since this I hear nothing from you; but I hope...
I received yesterday at Marseilles your letter of March 25. and I received it with pleasure...
Two of your country-women, Mrs. Barrett and Mrs. Montgomery, will dine with me tomorrow. I wish...
I wrote you by the post this day fortnight, since which I have received two letters from you. I...
This will be handed you by Genl. Gates, who going to Philadelphia furnishes me with the...
I shall be absent so short a time that any letter you would write to me would hardly get to...