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I knew not untill half an hour ago that Mr. Guile intended for Europe, he did not know it...
Yes I have been Sick confined to my chamber with a slow fever. I have been unhappy through...
I yesterday received a congratulatory Letter from you, upon the safe arrival of my dear Charles,...
Altho I know not of a single opportunity by which I can convey to You my constant anxiety and...
How great was my joy to see the well known Signature of my Friend after a Melancholy Solicitude...
I have not had the pleasure of a line from you since your arrival in Philadelphia, but I have had...
The day after my Son reachd home I wrote to you and requested you would inform me what I was...
Whenever any difficulty encompasses me, my first thought is how would my Friend conduct in this...
There is not any thing in this Life, now my Dear Friend is seperated from me, that can...
I had no intention that the Fire Brand should sail without my replying to your repeated kind...
I have delayed writing till the vessel is near ready to Sail, that my Letters may not lay 3 weeks...
6 lb. best Hyson Tea 2 China Cooffee Pots 1 doz: handled Cups & Saucers—China 2 doz Soup Plates &...
Aya—Eliza —and is it thus you honour the bare resemblance, thus place round your Neck the Ideal...
I know not any pleasure equal to that which arises from feeding the Hungry, cloathing the Naked...
If my Letters have been as successfull as I wish them, you must have heard many times from me...
Your kind favours of May 14th and June 16th came to Hand last Evening; and tho I have only just...
Your obligeing favour of Sepbr 10th was put into my hands the day before I set out upon a journey...
Your favour of August 17th is just put into my hands with word that Capt. Grinnel is to sail...
The family are all retired to rest, the Busy scenes of the day are over, a day which I wished to...
No, the Fire Brand shall not sail again without a Letter to my Friend. Why what a Hurry. I meant...
I have lived to see the close of the third year of our seperation. This is a Melancholy...
How is it my dear son? You who used to be so punctual in your returns to your Friends that I your...
I have omited writing by the last opportunity to Holland; because I had but small Faith in the...
Altho I wrote you a very long Letter no longer ago than this day week; which went under convoy of...
The young Gentleman who is the Bearer of this has acted for about 7 months in the capacity of...
The Letter which you find enclosed you will be kind enough to sink should you be so unfortunate...
Indeed my dear Madam my omiting writing to you by my son was not oweing to the abrupt manner of...
Tis a long a very long time since I had an opportunity of conveying a single line to you. I have...
At length an opportunity offers after a space of near five Months, of again writing to You. Not a...
May I address you by the Epithet of my dear Charles? for I realy feel towards you a Maternal...
I am largely indebted to you my much valued correspondent for many Letters received in the last...
Yesterday Mr. Johonet waited upon me with your favour of Febry 4th. I am sorry you have sufferd...
I had thoughts of writing to you before I received my last Letters from abroad, because you have...
You wish me to devote half an hour to you in your absence; you requested and I comply, to shew...
If I was certain I should welcome you to your native Land in the course of the summer, I should...
I wrote you a Letter a fortnight ago to send per this opportunity, but meeting with the Consul in...
Mr. Smith is at last about to leave us. I cannot in conscience omit so good an opportunity of...
I last evening received a Letter from Mr. Thaxter dated in April, and Mr. Storer received Letters...
I almost fear I shall be too late for the Vessel which is about to sail for England. I did not...
By Capt. Freeman who Sails on Sunday for England I embrace the opportunity of writing you a few...
It will not be in my power to get Beaf. Bisquit I can procure, I shall prepaire a dinner here and...
Dearer if possible than ever; for all the parental props which once sustaind and supported me are...
Your obligeing favour was handed me from Mr. Guild, at a time when I was engaged in the...
My last Letter to you was written in Sepbr. I closed it, because I knew not how to think upon any...
To you my young Friend upon whom the parential ties are strong and unbroken; who never yet knew...
Col. Trumble has been so kind as to visit me, and request a Letter from me to you; I have...
Your favour dated at Amsterdam in july was last evening handed to me; and this evening your...
This evening as I was Setting, with only your sister by my side, who was scribling at the table...
Will you honour a Bill of mine, drawn in favour of Uncle Smith for 60 pounds, to pay for 9 acres...
I returned last Evening from Boston, where I went at the kind invitation of my uncle and Aunt, to...