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The kind reception I met with at your House, and the Hospitality with which you entertained me,...
Do not my Worthy Friend tax me with either Breach of promise; or neglect towards you, the only...
Your agreable favour of January 19 demands from me more than I am able to pay. My coin will have...
I wrote you last Sabbeth evening in a good deal of pertubation of Spirits. I fear I did wrong in...
The die is cast. Yesterday brought us such a Speach from the Throne as will stain with...
What a scene has opened upon us since I had the favour of your last! Such a scene as we never...
I have been hoping every day since I received your obliging favour to get time to thank you for...
It was with pleasure I received a line from my Friend to day informing me of her better Health. I...
I thank my Friends for their kind remembrance of me last week, the Letter enclosed was dated one...
I hope the Historick page will increase to a volume. Tis this hope that has kept me from...
I Received a few lines from you more than a week ago, and determined to have replied immediately...
I set myself down to comply with my Friends request, who I think seem’s rather low spiritted. I...
Mr. Morton has given me great pleasure this morning by acquainting me with the appointment of our...
Our Country is as it were a Secondary God, and the first and greatest parent. It is to be...
Tis so long since I took a pen up to write a line that I fear you have thought me unmindfull of...
This is the memorable fourteenth of August. This day 12 years the Stamp office was distroyd....
Nothing but a very bad soar finger has withheld my Hand from writing to my Friend, and telling...
Your favour by Col. Henly was deliverd me by the Hand of that gentleman. I had been some time...
How does my Dear Mrs. Warren through a long and tedious Winter? in which I have never been...
From your Hospitable Mansion of Benevolence and Friendship, I reachd my own Habitation, the day I...
No, my dear Madam, not affronted I hope; you did not say so with a good grace, the only time I...
Your two sons did me the favour of calling upon me yesterday morning and Breakfasting with me....
Indeed my dear Madam my omiting writing to you by my son was not oweing to the abrupt manner of...
Although I have not yet written to you, be assured Madam, you have been the subject of some of my...
I cannot let my son return to America without a few lines to you, nor will I doubt their being...
The affliction under which you are now labouring has been protracted to a much longer period,...
I have lately been reading Mrs Montague’s essays upon the Genious and writings of shakspear, and...
I received yesterday your obliging favour of Feb’ ry 27th. I have been so little a favorite of...
I acknowledg myself indebted to you for two kind Letters, both of which found me in circumstances...
I received your obliging favour of April 7 th on the 18 of this Month, for which accept my...