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enclosed is a Letter which you will see contains a request to me; and through me to you. the...
I think I once heard you Say—to make a thing choice it Should be rare. your kind Letter last...
I am ashamed to find upon my file of Letters to be answered , one from you of 29. January;...
I write but seldom to you, least you should feel as tho’ you were obliged to replie, when you...
As you accused me last Evening, or rather Night with preventing the Ladies from writing to you; I...
Your kind Letter of 15th. October was received by me on the 20th. from which time, the only...
The president has thought it Safe for the Students to assemble at Cambridge upon fryday last, and...
An alternation of six Stages, and six Steam-Boats finally landed us here yesterday afternoon,...
Through the kind of attention of mr Crafts we learnt yesterday morning of the arrival of the...
After a passage of fifty days from Cowes, we have this day landed from the Ship Washington; all...
I will write to you again, and untill I learn from you, that you have taken your passage home.—I...
Your kind Letters of 12 and 17. March, the latter enclosing one (copy) from Mr H. G. Otis to my...
Your Letters are always Common property with the Family to hear from you, and know that you are...
We have been many weeks without receiving a line from you, or from any of our friends at...
There have been a multitude of American Vessels, wind–bound at Liverpool near two months, several...
I write you a few lines in addition to what I have already written, and inclose you the Copy of a...
The voice of the Nation call’s you home. the Government call you home—and your parents unite in...
Scarce a day now passes without the arrival of vessels laden with flour from the United States. I...
Nothing further received from you, since I wrote you last week—My boys have returned to School;...
Mr J. Sergeant, arrived in London last week, and delivered to me Letters from you, my father and...
Scarcely a day now passes, without the arrival of vessels from the United States; but they are...
Your favour of 26. November, is yet the latest that I have received from you—But since my last to...
I must begin my Letter by wishing you and yours, many returns of the Season, as pleasent, as...
General Boyd, Mr Stores, Mr Forbes, and Mr and Mrs. Everett, have all arrived in London within...
I mentioned to you in a former Letter, the visit that I had received from Mr Frend, and Mr...
Last week I enclosed several numbers of Cobbett’s Register, as they are republished in open...
“Oh that I too, could make a visit to my Father,” was your exclamation in your last Letter. more...
I think I will not give to any passenger any Letters, unless a Letter of introduction, for...
Last week I sent you a number of the Monthly Theological Repository, containing some Speculations...
Last week I sent you with a Letter from my wife the Newspaper containing the Account of the Lord...