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It has been many weeks since I have heard from you; I hope you have enjoyed health. Our Winter...
I was very much gratified to find that it was not the Presidents, your own, or your family’s...
I hope my dear Sister, & family are well, though I have not heard from her for three last...
I too my Dear Sister, have to address you from the Bed of Sickness— The wednesday night after I...
The peircing cold air of this Month has made me quiver so that I could not quit the fire side...
My little Abby—has been sick with a slow intermitting fever, occasioned by a cold—which has...
When you were here, I lent a great Coat, a small one—to Mrs Harrod, to keep of the rain, which...
Yesterday as soon as the mail arrived I sent to the Office full of expectation of receiving a...
I have but just received your very Sisterly Letter, by Mrs Adams, handed me this morning. I...
I am sorry you did not find time to write me a line—reports are so various, & calamitous that it...
will be so good as to send the enclosed to Dr Tufts, & she will oblige me—I have not time now...
I have the pleasure to inform you, that your dear Grandchildren reached here Friday noon, safe, &...
I feel much obliged my Dear Sister, to the Christian Desciple for the mild, & pacific Principles,...
By yesterday mail I received your kind letter. It is indeed a great while since we have heard...
A Day since I saw Mrs Harrod & she informed me that you had thoughts of making us a visit, & to...
It is a long time my Dear Sister, since I have written to you; but I consider it a priviledge...
I was in hopes of receiving a Letter by yesterdays Mail from you—I was glad to see by the News...
I received your letter yesterday, which informed me of yours, & Mrs Smith’s intended visit, & am...
By last Friday mail, I received your very excellent Letter, wherein you observe, it was thought a...
It is a sad misfortune to dear Connections when their Friends do not love to write—Some I know...
Your very interesting Letter of last week in which you mention the departure of your dear...
To day I re ceived your Letter with its contents all safe, & thank you for your care & for your...
I hope my Dear Sister has had her Cup of happiness filled, by having an amiable long absent Son,...
Last Tuesday the Horn blew to announce the Departure of the Mail an Hour sooner than the usual...
I have this moment been conversing with Richard Dexter upon the subject of becoming one of in...
Mr Lion and his intended I suppose so , as the modern phrase is, called here last Wednesday—I was...
I hear by Dr Tufts that our Medford Farm will be greatly injured by the middlesex Canal being cut...
The night before, our Exhibition I received your kind letter, which indeed sunk my spirits, as...
To tell you that I am exceedingly grieved , to hear that you have been very sick, would be to...
your good grandchildren are just gone to repose in the arms of sweet Sleep, soothed by the...
You will now have no occasion to wish for more Snow, if at Quincy you are favoured with as much...
It has been a cold backward Spring, & Abby could not get abroad as I wished, she has a great deal...
After many expecting, anxious hours for my dear Nephew, I am made happy by seeing his safe...
Last week I went to Newburyport to accompany Capt Peabody, when I returned a Letter from my...
None but an affectionate Sister, can tell how much I was gratified, to recognize your well known...
By Mrs Welsh, who spent the afternoon with us, I was informed that Your dear Grandson was going...
By your Letter I was glad to find it was only the agitation occasioned by extraordinary, &...
I hope my Dear Sister’s Fibres are not so relaxed by the late intense heat of the weather, as not...
I am rejoiced to hear that you, & my niece got home safe. Such little excursions are really...
Thanks be to kind Providence we are all alive though the cold Tuesday our blood seemed...
Yesterdays mail conveyed me your kind Letter, which convinced me you had experienced those solid...
Through the protecting hand of a gracious Providence, I am rising from a bed of Sickness, where I...
I thank you My Dear, & revered Brother & Sister, for your repeated attentions to me, & mine. The...
I this Day by the Mail received your kind letter, & am happy to hear you got Home, with your...
Your long silence (My Dear Sister) made me fear that you, or some of your family were sick—I was...
You my beloved Sisters, whose time is ever filled , with the various duties of Life, can more...
Whenever I have set myself down to write to my dear Sisters, I have found myself so drowned in...
How changed My Dear Sister, is the weather now, from the clam clear Sunshine I enjoyed with you...
I was much grieved to hear of Mrs Adams sickness, both upon her own account & yours —Such a...
The Calender informs me it is the month of May, my Dear Sister—I should not suppose it, by the...