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Though the kind remembrance I have of my Sister is imprinted upon my heart; as with a point of a...
Whenever I have set myself down to write to my dear Sisters, I have found myself so drowned in...
I have this moment been conversing with Richard Dexter upon the subject of becoming one of in...
After many expecting, anxious hours for my dear Nephew, I am made happy by seeing his safe...
My little Abby—has been sick with a slow intermitting fever, occasioned by a cold—which has...
It is a long time since I have written to you—My mind has been so agitated that I was not fit to...
How often do we find that having much to say, the full heart cannot impart the half. This evil I...
A Letter which I had a long time wished for, I at length received from my affectionate Sister....
To hear of your health, & safe return to Quincy, was joyful tidings to one whose bosom glows with...
Miss Palmer has given me hopes of your coming, & Mrs Smith to our Exhibition, & says, you say,...
Not one word have I heard from my Dear Sister, since I left Boston, nor have I had any...
A mind agitated by the Vicissitudes attendant upon the present juncture of publick affairs, &...
For the communications by Mrs. Black, you have my grateful acknowledgements. She made me only a...
The night before, our Exhibition I received your kind letter, which indeed sunk my spirits, as...
I hope my Dear Sister has had her Cup of happiness filled, by having an amiable long absent Son,...
It has been many weeks since I have heard from you; I hope you have enjoyed health. Our Winter...
I have been gratified by receiving two kind letters from you. No circumstance of joy or sorrow...
I hear by Dr Tufts that our Medford Farm will be greatly injured by the middlesex Canal being cut...
I have been much gratified by a charming visit from my Son. He looks very pale, but says he is...
When your Son delivered me your kind letter, little did I think, it would be so long, before I...
None but an affectionate Sister, can tell how much I was gratified, to recognize your well known...
I will not, I dare not, stop to think how long it is, since I have written to my Dear Sister, but...
It has been a cold backward Spring, & Abby could not get abroad as I wished, she has a great deal...
Last week I went to Newburyport to accompany Capt Peabody, when I returned a Letter from my...
It is a long time my Dear Sister, since I have written to you; but I consider it a priviledge...
Last Wednesday Miss Livermore was conducted by her Brother, from this House, as far as Haverhill,...
I received your kind letter, with the sum enclosed for Mr Little. Butter has, since yours was...
Mr Lion and his intended I suppose so , as the modern phrase is, called here last Wednesday—I was...
You my beloved Sisters, whose time is ever filled , with the various duties of Life, can more...
I had anticipated a visit from Mrs Adams, & both her Children, for a few days at least, when she...