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Mr. Storers departure is delayed from day to day so that I fear he will have a dissagreeable time...
I began a Letter to you yesterday which I designd to have finishd last evening, but as we had a...
Captain Lyde is arrived to our no small joy and brought us a charming parcel of Letters, amongst...
Altho I have written you a very long Letter by way of Newyork, yet should one vessel go to Boston...
Your Father and Col Smith are gone to Night to Covent Garden theatre to See the School for...
I have time only to write you a line or two, not expecting captain Bigolow to Sail so Soon. I was...
And so my Dear son your sister is really and Bona fida married, as fast as the Bishop and a Clerk...
Altho afflicted to day with one of my bad headaches; I must write you, least the vessel should...
Since I wrote you last I have made two excursions one to Holland, and one of a Week to the Hyde...
It is a long time since I received a line from you, or any other of my Friends, nor have we...
Since I wrote you, the packet from N york has arrived after a passage of 43 days, and by that...
I wrote you so largly by the Newyork December packet, that a few lines must now suffice. I cannot...
Your Letter to me by captain Callihan came safe to hand, that to your Sister and others from my...
I have procured the Books for you, and Captain Folger not sailing quite so soon as I expected, I...
I would not omit writing you by captain Callihan, as your sister is unable to perform that office...
I give you joy of the day, as I presume it is commencment with you at Cambridge, and as it is...
I cannot begin my Letter by thanking you for yours. You write so seldom, that you, do not give me...
I begin to think I am not of that concequence at Home which I supposed myself, or that you think...
Mrs Hay call’d, and left me your Letter. tho I have not written to you before I have had you...
I have sent you the Cloth the coat & Boots. the Glass I have not yet been able to find. inclosed...
one would suppose that the waters between N york and Road Island had produced the same effect...
I believe this is your Birth day, may you have many returns of this Period, encreasing in wisdom...
I congratulate you upon your having setled yourself thus far, and am pleasd to find you so well...
yesterday mr Howard arrived here and brought me Letters from your Brother Thomas, and one from...
I received by your Brother on fryday last your kind Letter; he did not get here, oweing to...
perhaps a few lines from my own Hand may serve to put you more at your ease than an account of my...
I have received two Letters from you, since my arrival in this city. the sickness of your Brother...
owing to an accident your Letter of April 1 t did not reach us till the 14 th I have got the...
we have reachd this place this day, but whether I shall be able to travel tomorrow is uncertain,...
I had not time to write to you before I left Braintree I was in so much trouble for your Aunt and...