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As you have always expressd a desire to have the small pox with my family I write to let you know...
My Little Charles has been so ill that I have not had leisure to day to thank you for your...
I little thought when you left me, that so much time would have Elapsed before I had taken my pen...
Your repeated kind favours demand my acknowledgment. I own I have been rather remiss in not...
I will not again be so long silent, indeed your repeated kind favours call upon me for acknowled...
My spirits are rather low, I do not feel in any great moode for useing my pen, yet I cannot let...
I have not wrote you so soon as I should have done, if I had known where to have directed to you,...
I really began to feel very uneasy at your long Silence and feared Sickness or some disaster had...
Your favour of the 5th instant is just come to hand. I should like very well to see the Speach...
I was much surprized to Night upon receiving a Letter from you, in which you say you have not...
I know not but you are upon your return home. If you be a pleasent journey to you but you will...
I must attempt a few lines to you (tho very much troubled with whitlows upon my fingers) in reply...
Your agreable favour of March 15 reachd me yesterday. I most sincerely thank you for every token...
I have been all impatience for several Months looking and longing to hear from abroad. From June...
I have not had the pleasure of a line from you since your arrival in Holland. I fear I have lost...
The sight of your old Friend Mr. Storer will give you sensible pleasure, he means to be the...
I do not take up my pen by way of reply to any Letter of yours— that is not in my power. 15...
I had no intention that the Fire Brand should sail without my replying to your repeated kind...
Aya—Eliza —and is it thus you honour the bare resemblance, thus place round your Neck the Ideal...
No, the Fire Brand shall not sail again without a Letter to my Friend. Why what a Hurry. I meant...
I am largely indebted to you my much valued correspondent for many Letters received in the last...
Mr. Smith is at last about to leave us. I cannot in conscience omit so good an opportunity of...
I almost fear I shall be too late for the Vessel which is about to sail for England. I did not...
To you my young Friend upon whom the parential ties are strong and unbroken; who never yet knew...
To what cause shall I attribute your silence, that not a line has reachd me since I arrived in...