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I wrote you from Worcester, which before this, I hope you have received. We lodged last night at...
We arrived at this place last evening about seven Oclock, where we have found most excellent...
After quite an agreeable journey we arrived at this place on the 10th inst. where we have found...
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...
Your favor of the 28th inst I this morning had the pleasure to receive and for which my best...
Your favors of the 19th & 22d I have recd. no Vessell at present is up for Phila.a. If any one...
By Major Toussard, we had the pleasure to hear of your being at Scotch plains in health, and of...
Before I left Philadelphia, I wrote you, expecting the letter would overtake you at Brookfield....
The last letter I wrote you was from Frederick Town. I should have written to you more...
Altho I was much fatigued last Evening, I wrote a few lines to the President to let him know we...
I have had the pleasure to receive your very kind letter of the 14th of Feb. at Baltimore, for...
For a few days past, every moment of my time has been so compleatly occupied in official duties,...
I have received the things you sent me by Townsend and my Aunt Cranch with your letter of this...
The roads have been so bad & the weather such that I had almost despaired of ever hearing again...
Some time since Andrew Foster, a relation of Mrs. Otis, applied to Mr. Otis for admission as...
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...
Mr Cutter is very desirious that you and any person we may agree upon Should go to medford and...
Received of Abigail Adams in trust for my sister Abbe A Shaw thirty four dollars, which with...
By a Letter which I received from Caroline dated 1st Sepbr She acquaints me that a mr Verplanck...