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though the vice president of the United States &, his lady may have forgotten Mrs Warren. yet her...
I this day Received a few lines from my Friend, whose Long silence I have not been able to...
The painful tidings I have this afternoon transiently heard relative to the health of my long...
Plymouth, Massachusetts, 10 Apr. 1791 . Transmitting a volume of her poems to be registered for...
It Can be of little Consequence to you my dear Madam wither Your late adventure with me amounts...
I cannot express to my dear Mrs. Adams the ardent desire I feel that we might at least have one...
I take the liberty to direct to the President of the United States, the Prospectus of a work, of...
As soon as the Letter of my Beloved friend reached my Hand, I immediately set down to...
I am myself, my dear Madam, in great trouble—since my date of yesterday, my amiable son the...
At the same time that I make my Gratful Acknowledgment, for the instructive sentiments and...
Your very friendly and very afflictive Letter reach’d me this day just as I was sitting down to...
So I must Give up my Little Companion, my Young Friend. Your Claim is prior, your Title Cannot be...
The inclosed was written with design to forward by your Son, who I then presumed would have...
Nothing but the Greatest affection for my dear Mrs. Adams Would Induce me to Break over the...
I cannot longer be silent while my friends are mourning the death of such a daughter as was our...
With the same glow of affection which has for many years been cherished in my bosom, I received...
Could I write you any agreable Inteligence I would with pleasure Grasp the pen And Call of my...
Mrs. Warren offers respectful Compliments to the President for expressions of esteem that would...
I return my dear madam miss Williams letters with Lovuts memoirs— am much obliged & hope have not...
It is very many days since I address’d a line to any of my Quincy friends, and as I think I have...
My dear Mrs. Adams will undoubtedly Wonder that she has not heard from me since I Left Braintree,...
My Friends anxity I Wonder not at. Wish I could say anything that would Give that Relief her...
Did I feel myself conscious of any inclination to suspend a Correspondence that has given...
I have to thank my Friend Mrs. Adams for a very agreable Letter Received a few days since. I...
I did not my dear Mrs. Adams, write by yr Son when last in Plymouth, because I wished to retain...
The importunity of my Friends at Braintree, though my inclination is strong, is not sufficient to...
one line by my son inquires after the health of my Friend, at Braintree. do you begin to feel at...
The sudden death of a very amiable Grand–Son, has involved myself and family in such deep...
Yours my dear Sir, of the 15th Ulto: is in the same stile of partial friendship which I witnessed...
Being Necessiated to use a Certain peace of Linnen so Nearly up that I Cannot spare my Friend the...