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I recieved your letter my dear Child only a few days since and am charmed to find that George and...
You cannot think what a disappointment your not writing occasion’d me! I have been weighing and...
Your Letter my dear Son was received by your father a few days since but he is so extremely busy...
I was very much pleased with the writing of your Letter and only have to recommend to you now to...
I am so much pleased with your last Letter of 7th. instant that I sieze the earliest of...
You will receive a Letter from your father by the same Mail which conveys this Letter to you in...
It is impossible for me to express the happiness I feel at the news which comes by so many...
I have read the pamphlet you sent me my dear John and am much pleased to find that you begin to...
You have at last much to my satisfaction, renewed a correspondence which ought never to have been...
I intended answering your last Letter my dear John after I had received the acknowledgement of...
Since I received your last Letter we have been kept in a state of great anxiety who was on...
You tell me that the highest prize in the Lottery is only 5000 dollars therefore you have not...
This Letter will reach you I hope on Saturday evening and present you the sincere congratulations...
Although your last Letter was not quite so good as I could wish the consciousness and solicitude...
In the course of a week or two we propose to visit Boston and I expect to find your mind as much...
To say how much I was affected at not seeing you the day I left Boston would indeed be impossible...
The extreeme distress of mind under which Mr Adams labours in consequence of our dear Mother’s...
The state of cruel anxiety in which we remain on account of your Grandmamma’s illness has...
Your sudden silence after the affectionate and unremitted attention you shewed during your dear...
Mr. Adams yesterday received a Letter from you in which you are so kind as to send me a...
December 10 Recieved a charming visit from Mr. Bagot, who sat with me an hour and chatted very...
17th So very cold remained at home all day and saw no one 18 The day still severely cold but was...
your Letter has given me great delight Mrs Monroe has done herself great honour, and a durable...
I yesterday received your Letter of the 15 instt. and really can scarcely find an excuse for my...
25 This being Xmas day received visits as usual from Mr. & Madame de Neuville—As I have just...
Your Journal to the 20th has Sett me on fire. Give my respectfull Compliments to Mr Clay and tell...
I must begin this Sheet by observing that I have touched rather more largely upon political...
8th. The morning very stormy and a heavy fall of snow sent to decline an invitation to a Ball...
15 February January —Waked so ill with cramps in my Stomach as to be unable to rise and continued...
Jany. 22 Still in bed not allowed to rise in consequence of the faint turn’s which still harrass...
Feby 1. Continued very ill but having company at Dinner made an effort to struggle against my...
I thank you for your journals and pray you to continue them for they are a refreshing amusement...
Feby 11 Mr Bailey called this morning and informed us that Mr Pinckney was to speak at the...
Feby 13—A very bad cold—The day very stormy which prevented my going out—Mr. Bailey passed the...
Feby. 18th The Evening brought my expected guests or rather a small part of them and on the whole...
Your journal ending 13th feb has given me a mixture of allarm and delight, allarm for your health...
Your two last Letters would have been answered much sooner if they I had not been constantly...
Feby. 27 Remained at home all the morning—Mr. Adams dined with Mr. Lowndes—In the evening went to...
Your journal up to the 20th. has as usual given me much pleasure and information; it shows very...
March 4th. Took a long walk the weather being beautiful—returned home to dress for dinner at...
8 March—Had a party of 48 or 50 in the evening which was less dull than I could possibly have...
My Lecture was intended to warn you against imprudently expressing your feelings even in a good...
You reproach me unjustly my dear John and I suspect you received a long letter from me the 15 or...
Your Letter of the 22 enclosing the lines you wrote arrived yesterday and both your father and...
Your three last journals are three Pearls—I have not been able to thank you for either—untill...
your journals grow more and more entertaining and instructive—you ask my Opinion of General...
your Journal interesting to me like all the former, has been received up to the 29th of March.—...
I have been so unwell the whole of this week my dear John, it has not been in my power to answer...
Two of your very kind Letters were brought me on Friday and Saturday and I should have written...
Yesterday brought me your Letter of the 7th which I was sorry announced a mishap which gave me...