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I am afraid that you read my letters in as great a hurry as you appear to do every thing else...
Our winter routine has begun and as usual I am plunged into the depths of visits invitations...
At last my dear Charles I find a moment of leisure to address you not having had a moment since...
As Mr. Pope is so good as to offer to convey your skates to Boston I have siezed the opportunity...
When I left you I did not think you were so soon to assume the sacerdotal vestment but I...
Your last Letter my dear Charles quite revived my spirits as it re-assured me concerning yours...
Still in this City I again write you and probably for the last time until I get home—Your last...
As I hear there has been a great fall of snow during the last week or two in Boston I suppose you...
I have been so sick with the Influenza it has not been possible to write independent of which the...
The Mail is this moment arrived and as I am at leisure I hasten to answer your Letter which is a...