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To tell you that I am exceedingly grieved , to hear that you have been very sick, would be to...
It would be impossible for me to tell you how disappointed, grieved, vexed, & everything, I was,...
By last Friday mail, I received your very excellent Letter, wherein you observe, it was thought a...
I am rejoiced to hear that you, & my niece got home safe. Such little excursions are really...
I have been hoping every day since since I got home, that I should have more leisure tomorrow ,...
I scarcely know when was the last time that I wrote to my Dear Sister, but this I can fully...
A Day since I saw Mrs Harrod & she informed me that you had thoughts of making us a visit, & to...
I this Day by the Mail received your kind letter, & am happy to hear you got Home, with your...
By yesterday mail I received your kind letter. It is indeed a great while since we have heard...
Through the protecting hand of a gracious Providence, I am rising from a bed of Sickness, where I...
I know that my Dear Sister, will rejoice to hear that the kind Healer of the sick, has again...
When you were here, I lent a great Coat, a small one—to Mrs Harrod, to keep of the rain, which...
The Time since I have written to you, I acknowledge is too long for One, whose Heart is deeply...
My Dear Sisters, interesting Letters conveyed by the Mail, were gratefully received by their...
I thank you My Dear, & revered Brother & Sister, for your repeated attentions to me, & mine. The...
I have but just received your very Sisterly Letter, by Mrs Adams, handed me this morning. I...
The very sudden change of the weather last Sabbath, when I was in a high state of persperation;...
I hope my Dear Sister’s Fibres are not so relaxed by the late intense heat of the weather, as not...
Your Letter my Dear Sister, received a week since, flattered me with the pleasing Prospect of our...
Last Tuesday the Horn blew to announce the Departure of the Mail an Hour sooner than the usual...
I received your kind Letters yesterday by mail, & though I ought soon to have expected such an...
My dearly beloved, & only Sister, for the “threefold silken Cord is broken ” To what an unusual...
The excellent Sermon you sent, me was indeed “a cordial to my Heart—” I thank Mr Whitney for the...
At the arrival of the last Mail, I thought I could hear my dear Sister say, “Is there no Letters...
I hope my Dear Sister, will excuse all my bad writing, & every inaccuracy which weekly presents...
I have been for several Days waiting, & hoping I should find leisure to write to my Dear Sister,...
Though the Season has returned when the genial warmth of the Sun, invigorated our chilled Blood,...
By your Letter I was glad to find it was only the agitation occasioned by extraordinary, &...
The human Pores have been so long obstructed by the late severe Season, & peircing winds of...
The Calender informs me it is the month of May, my Dear Sister—I should not suppose it, by the...