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I should sooner have answered your Letter my Son had I not expected to hear that you had received...
It is impossible for me to express the happiness I feel at the news which comes by so many...
Feby. 18th The Evening brought my expected guests or rather a small part of them and on the whole...
You tell me that the highest prize in the Lottery is only 5000 dollars therefore you have not...
I yesterday received your highly complimentary Letter which of course gratified my affection very...
The day before yesterday our City was enlivened suddenly by the report of the ratification of the...
I will not apologize for not writing as I hate excuses none especially when they are bad or...
& Miss Mason Capt & Mrs. Crane Mr. Kerby with several others Members of Congress—Mr. Petry came...
I am so concerned about Charles that I once more write to you on the subject and beg of you to...
Your Letter distressed both your father and myself on account of the painful news it...
8th: March—Was very unwell all the morning and the weather was extremely disagreeable—In the...
Your Letter and the pleasing information it contains has greatly delighted your father and I...
As I know how much your time must be engrossed by your studies my Dear John altho’ the temporary...
You have at last much to my satisfaction, renewed a correspondence which ought never to have been...
I am much pleased my Dear John by your Letters and hasten to answer the last which was received...
Altho’ I write with difficulty I cannot resist the temptation and must gratify myself by writing...
Your last Letter my Dear John was indeed filled with grievous news and I sincerely pity the...
Your sudden silence after the affectionate and unremitted attention you shewed during your dear...
December 11th. Went into Georgetown to see Mrs Otis, was not admitted Called on Mrs Smith and Mrs...
14th December. We were all so exhausted that we determined to keep quiet all day at home....
Feby. 27 Remained at home all the morning—Mr. Adams dined with Mr. Lowndes—In the evening went to...
I was seriously concerned to hear of your illness and am still considerably uneasy of lest you...
I am very uneasy my dear John at your indisposition more especially as you do not mention its...
Your Letter my dear John was brought me just before dinner and I hasten to answer it more...
Yesterday brought me your Letter my Dear John and your father and myself were both pleased to see...
Your last is written under such disagreeable circumstances it partook a good deal of your general...
23 March—Our City is more and more deeply unwell of fears and gloom and every moment seems to...
It is so long since I have written I feel that it is difficult to offer an apology for my silence...
An indisposition which confined me to my bed in the first instance and moving in the next into...
Do not suffer your failure to mortify you too much my dear John—It was accidental and must not...