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I hope my dear Sister you have receiv’d the Letter You was looking for in Callahan. I think I did...
Although I have written so largly to you by the last vessels that Saild I cannot bear to let...
How provoking it is to be told that a vessel is to sail next week with our Letters and then have...
Mr. Storer is arriv’d and I have got my Letter and am very sorry to hear you have been so sick....
I did not design to write another line till I could get my pen mendid but not a creature can I...
I wonder whether Mr. Shaw ever wrote you an account of the good woman who was so much offendid...
The vacancy is up and our Sons are just return’d to their Studies at college. Were they Brothers...
Your Son JQA is become a son of Harvard. He was admited last wednesday, and we are now prepairing...
Yes my dear Sister I have thought it very long since I have receiv’d a Letter from you and...
Is it possible that my dear Niece should really be married and the little visiting Card upon...
I have been almost frighted out of my senses this afternoon. Your Mother Hall and Polly Adams...
I did not receive your last Letter by the way of new york till after the vessail had Sail’d with...
I have within this Hour receiv’d your Letters by captain Bigelow and have also heard that cushing...
Capt Folger is slipt a way without one line from me. I did not design it should have been so, but...
In my last I told you I suppos’d your Son Thomas would enter college at the end of the vacancy....
In the begining of this month I made a visit to Haverhill found them all well. Mr Duncan married...
I last evening receiv’d your kind Letter by the Way of new york and most heartily congratulate...
As I was seting quite alone this evening somebody came in from Boston with a Hankerchief full of...
Cousin Charles and I have stay’d at home from meeting to day, he to write to his Papa and I...
Come home my Sister, that Braintree may have some of its old inhabitants residing in it. Could...
I reciev’d a few days since your Letter of Sepr. 12th and yesterday that of october the 12th and...
I have sent one Letter on Board callahan, but hope he has not yet sail’d, as I have much to say...
There is another vessel up which will sail soon. What I may have omited by this I shall write by...
If you have reciev’d our Letters by Capn Callahan you will be in Some measure prepair’d for the...
Captain Cushing arriv’d last Monday after a tedious Passage It was so long since I receiv’d any...
I went to Boston yesterday & had the mortification to find my Letters did not go by Barnard or...
I have sent one Letter on Board capt Cushing but it is so long since that unless I Write again...
My dear sister will I am sure excuse me if I send her now but a short Letter—when she is inform’d...
The Day—the mighty Day is over, & our Sons have perform’d their Parts—& receiv’d the Honour of...
The vacancys of our Sons always produces a hurry in our business & although we endeavour to keep...