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It is a very long time my dear venerated father since I have written to you; but the events of...
I write you a few lines my dear John in answer to yours which I received last night merely to say...
I have not been able my Dear John to keep the promise I made to you at parting of writing in...
I was so much occupied during my stop at Borden Town I could not answer your Letter therefore...
I write to announce our safe arrival at this place from whence we propose to start on a visit of...
In answer to your last my Dear John I can only say that if the accomodations are so suitable and...
Your Letter my dear John gave us great uneasiness on your Grandfathers account and we feel very...
I cannot imagine my Dear John what can be the reason of your not writing to me. You used to be a...
I am, as well as your father, much delighted at the account you give of your Grandfathers health,...
Yesterday brought me your Letter my Dear John and your father and myself were both pleased to see...
Your last Letter my Dear John was indeed filled with grievous news and I sincerely pity the...
I was very much hurt at the tone of your Letter yesterday my Dear John which could only be...
As I feel very much concerned for your dissmission from College my Dear John lest you should have...
Your Letters my Dear John gave us great uneasiness on account of your Grandfathers health and for...
From Letters received from Edward Taylor and Charles, I at length understand that the unpleasant...
What shall I say to you my Dear John? or how shall I refrain from reproaching you? I will not...
I should certainly have answered your last very kind Letter immediately, had I not been very...
I have been very sick confined to my bed for several days therefore not able to write to either...
I have not written to you for some time my Dear Sir because I had nothing but bad news to tell...
You will no doubt have been fretting again at my unusual silence but it has been occassioned by a...
Surely my dear John you were not in your usual state when you wrote and enclosed George’s Letter...
Your Letter and the pleasing information it contains has greatly delighted your father and I...
Worn out by fatigue parties influenza and all sorts of weariness both of mind and body I have...
Ere you can have arrived at Baltimore my beloved Children I address you in the hope that my...
7 Feby. We remained at home all the Evening Morning—Mr Adams dined at the Capitol with Mr Mrs L...
30th: January—Mr A & the boys dined at Mrs Decaturs & met us at Mr Cannings They found Mrs...
22d The day was very unpleasant and I remained at home until the Evening when we went to the...
1st January. If the weather to day is ominous of the storms of the ensuing year we must not...
& Miss Mason Capt & Mrs. Crane Mr. Kerby with several others Members of Congress—Mr. Petry came...
14th December. We were all so exhausted that we determined to keep quiet all day at home....