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If I have not written to you my dear Neice it is not because I have not frequently thought of you...
your uncle and I ask the pleasure of mr Greenleafs and your Company to dinner tomorrow. Your Aunt...
I promised to write you what I considerd the State of Your Dear Mother. She has appeard since you...
in replie to your inquiries I answer mrs Adams had a very bad night. at 2 oclock Nancy came to my...
I Send Some old Maderia & Sherry, the & the Curtains. I grieve that I cannot personally assist in...
I Send you some oranges and Lemmons. the last night was a trying one to those who were not very...
I heard last Evening of the melancholy event, and sincerely sympathize with the afflicted family...
How are your dear Parents your Father I learnt when I returnd from Boston was very Sick. I have...
I Send your Mother a Bottle of Hermitage wine which on Serching the cellar we found. I hope it...
Mrs Smith reachd here yesterday at about ten oclock was like your dear Mother taken out of the...
My dear Daughter Survived but a few hours after you left us—She lay much in the Same State untill...
I thank you for your kind inquiries. I am better to day. I had the Rheumatism in my head, and was...
How is your Mother to day. what night had She & how is miss Katy & Ruthey? have you procured a...
How are all your Sick to day. what night had your Mother and how is little Lucy? I presume you...
will you get mr Norten to inform by Letters mr & mrs James Foster of the death of your dear...
If you will Send Lucy & Johny here to day we will take care of them. Betsy Says She knows her...