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If I was sure your absence to day was occasioned, by what it generally is, either to wait upon...
You was pleas’d to say that the receipt of a letter from your Diana always gave you pleasure....
How do you now? For my part, I feel much easier than I did an hour ago, My Unkle haveing given me...
If our wishes could have conveyed you to us, you would not have been absent to Day. Mr. Cranch...
Here am I all alone, in my Chamber, a mere Nun I assure you, after professing myself thus will it...
Mr. Cranch informs me that Hones will go to Town tomorrow, and that I may not miss one...
I think I write to you every Day. Shall not I make my Letters very cheep; don’t you light your...
Why my good Man, thou hast the curiosity of a Girl. Who could have believed that only a slight...
Your Friendly Epistle reach’d me a fryday morning, it came like an Infernal Mesenger, thro fire...
Your desire that I would write every Opportunity is punctually observed by me, And I comply with...
Welcome, Welcome thrice welcome is Lysander to Braintree, but ten times more so would he be at...
I am much obliged to you for the care you have taken about help. I am very willing to submit to...
When I wrote you by the Doctor I was in hopes that I should have been out the next day, but my...
Mr. Etter was so good as to come this morning and inform me that his Sons would go to Salem...
The Doctor talks of Setting out tomorrow for New Braintree. I did not know but that he might...
I Congratulate you upon the fine weather we have had since your absence; if it has been as...
Alass! How many snow banks devide thee and me and my warmest wishes to see thee will not melt one...
I know not where this will find you whether upon the road, or at Phylidelphia, but where-ever it...
The great distance between us, makes the time appear very long to me. It seems already a month...
I am very impatient to receive a letter from you. You indulged me so much in that Way in your...
Five Weeks have past and not one line have I received. I had rather give a dollar for a letter by...
I have just returnd from a visit to my Brother, with my Father who carried me there the day...
I dare not express to you at 300 hundred miles distance how ardently I long for your return. I...
I have but little news to write you. Every thing of that kind you will learn by a more accurate...
I received by the Deacon two Letters from you this Day from Hartford. I feel a recruit of spirits...
Suppose you have had a formidable account of the alarm we had last Sunday morning. When I rose...
I set down to write to you a monday, but really could not compose myself sufficently: the anxiety...
The Day; perhaps the decisive Day is come on which the fate of America depends. My bursting Heart...
I received yours of june 10, for which I thank you. I want you to be more perticuliar. Does every...
My Father has been more affected with the distruction of Charlstown, than with any thing which...