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In return for your polite attention I send you two old News papers, in one of which you will find...
What can you expect me to write you from this village; where I hear & know no more what is...
Altho I was much fatigued last Evening, I wrote a few lines to the President to let him know we...
I have found the account and inclose it to you. I wish you to inquire of our Tennant whether the...
The Bill which Our Tennant has presented must I presume be allowd him: the repairs were necessary...
Shall we ever have the pleasure of a visit from you at Quincy. I can Scarcly credit that you...
To know that your Mother has been Sick of a dangerous fever, and that She is Still in a low weaks...
I desired Louissa to call and See you, and to tell you that I would Send for you to Quincy if you...
I wish you was as far recoverd from your Sickness as I am from mine, altho I have not yet left my...
Your good uncle Cranch is gone. heaven has Saved him the greatest anguish he could experience in...