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I should not have been unmindful of you, even tho you had not call’d upon me to exert myself. I...
I suppose you have written to me, tho I have not received it, for Mr. Ayers left his pocket Book...
It was not forgetfulness, that prevented my writing. You must not ascribe to forgetfulness my not...
As You have been so kind as to undertake the care of Mr. Adams’es Estate and affairs during the...
To a Gentleman I so much respect, and esteem, I am ashamed to write only a few hasty lines, yet I...
It gives me great Pleasure to hear of your safe Arrivall in Europe, and that you are once more...
Your letter from Autueil near Paris of Sept. 8 gave me great Pleasure as it assured me of Your...
In a Letter which Mr. Tyler wrote me not long since he informd me that Mr. Alleyne was about...
Mr. Adams received last Evening a Letter from you dated January 1st, in which you inform him of...
I have not received any Letter either from Mr. Adams or from you since Yours, just after your...
It is now a violent Snow Storm (PM) and I hope it will be the last for this Spring, for the Snow...
It was not untill the 21 of April that your Letter of December 1st. reach’d me, tho forwarded by...
Captain Lyde is to Sail this week. I will not let him go without a few lines to you, tho Captain...
I believe that Mr. Storer is going to leave Us in good earnest. He has so long and so many months...
Captain Callihan sails sooner than we expected so that we have not time to write to several of...
The anxious Sentiments of a Parent which You have manifested in the close of Your last Letter, I...
Your agreable Letter of May. 10. from Auteuil I received by your Son. His Absence You will feel...
When I wrote to You by Capt. Cushing informed You of my Fears with respect to Mrs. Tufts’s...
I have to thank you for your Communications of Sept and Octob. which came to Hand. And I have...
A Boston paper which reachd us by way of Newyork informd me of the Death of my dear Aunt 3 weeks...
I wrote to you last Week by Capt Lyde, expecting that He would have sailed the next Day. I find...
Captain Lyde arrived a week ago, and yesterday, he and mr Jenks dinned with us. By the latter we...
Captain Lyde talks of leaving London tomorrow. I just write a line by him to inform you that we...
In some of my former Letters I mentioned the Probability, that Belchers Place would shortly be on...
I recd. yours of Jan. 10. Feby 21 and April the 8th And am obliged to you for your affectionate...
I inclose to you the papers which contain the correspondence between Lord George Gordon and mr...
Mr Adams receivd yesterday your obliging favour of june 28th by way of Liverpool. His Eyes which...
In my Acctt. sent Mr. Adams you will not find any large sums Credited for Your Farm. The Farm...
Your Letters of july 6th and August 15th were duly received. The accounts containd in Yours of...
Your Favour of July 22d and Aug: 1st. and also Mr. Adams of July 4th. I recd by Barnard and...
By Capt. Folger who arrived here last Saturday, I recd. Your obliging Letter of the 10th. of...
I designd to have written you a much Longer Letter than I shall now be able to. The State of...
Col. Jacob Davis not long since called upon me for the Payment of one of the Lots of Land in...
your Letters by Captain Callihan did not come to hand untill the 7 th ult. and I embrace the...
yours of Febry 6th did not reach me untill Folger had saild. I take the first opportunity to...
I rec d. your several Letters of Jan y. 24. Feb y. 8 t & March the 10 th. by Cushing, Barnard &...
I beg you to inform M rs. Smith, that I have forwarded to M r M c. Connell enclosed in a Letter...
your two Letters of May 21 & 26 were yesterday deliverd. captain Scot has not yet got up. I hope...
Yours & M r. Adams of the 1 t. & Yours of the 4 th. of July I rec d. the 6 th. Inst. the former...
Your obliging favour by captain Folger came safe to Hand, and brought me the agreeable...
In my last Letter to M r. Adams I inform’d Him of the Death of our beloved Uncle Smith— had we...
Last week Captains Folger & Callihan arrived by whom we received all your Letters & Bills. the...
The System of Government reported by the late Continental Convention has afforded much Matter for...
I wrote you by the November packet which Letter I hope you have received before now, in that I...
I have written twice to you by way of New York, but do not find by yours that either of them had...
Not being able to dispose of my oxen as I expected, & to have taken half the money for them, I do...
I am much pleased to hear that you have a commodious Seat, its Scituation delightful & Prospect...
with regard to politicks the debates of the House will give you an Idea of them, as yet there has...
Your Favour of the 1 st. Ins t. I rec d the 11 st. and shall give orders to Pratt relative to the...
Your favour of 15 sep br I have not yet replied to. with regard to the House, I wish it was as...