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I should have answered your last favour, ere this [but in?] [conse]quence of the information you...
It has not been altogether from a neglect of my duties that I have hitherto omitted writing you;...
No, my dear Madam, I have not tasted of the waters of Lethe, nor have the Laws of Nature, been...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of two Letters from you, of the 9 th. and of the 19 th: of last...
I have more than once mentioned to you, the state of retirement from political conversation in...
As you were somewhat in my debt in the article of Letters, when I left Boston, I expected ere...
I received your short Epistle by M r: Thomas at Ipswich, where I was then attending the Court of...
Phillips delivered me at Exeter a half sheet of paper from you, I trust I need not say it was...
I received a few days since your favour of the 10 th: inst t. and as there will be a difficulty...
I have been wishing to write you, for several weeks past; I intended to have replied to your...
I received on Commencement day, your obliging favour of the 11 th: of last month, and should have...
I received by M rs: Atkinson your favour of the 20 th: inst t: which has added not a little to...
I have received within a few days three Letters with which you have favoured me, and shall pay to...
I am I believe more than one Letter in your debt; but I feel if possible less inclination than...
I have a Letter from you which has called forth the few remaining sparks of my attenion to...
I received with great pleasure, my dear Mamma, your favour of the 7 th: inst t: which relieved me...
I have indeed, my dear Sister, been guilty of a neglect, in omitting so long to write to you,...
I have just returned from the Post-Office, where I was in hopes of finding Letters from...
I have just received your favour of the 22 d: inst t : thanks you know are “the exchequer of the...
I received by the last Post your short favour, inclosing a much longer one to Quincy which I have...
I received almost a fortnight since your favour of July 23 d: and should have answered it before...
I received your favour of the 17 th: inst t: from New-York, and am happy to hear you had got well...
I received last week your favour of the 17 th: of last month, and found in it none of that...
I have been for more than three weeks indebted to you for two very agreeable Letters, which Mr....
A variety of circumstances have occurred since you left this part of the Country, which have...
I believe I am in arrears with you, for two or three Letters, which is owing in some measure to...
I wrote to my brother Thomas more than a fortnight ago, respecting the warrant, & requesting him...
Our Electors met in this town on Wednesday last, and their Votes for President and Vice-President...
I received last evening your favour of the 5 th: instant— The votes of the Electors in...
The bearer of this Letter, Mr. D’Hauteval, is a french Gentleman from the Island of St. Domingo,...