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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...
8th. The morning very stormy and a heavy fall of snow sent to decline an invitation to a Ball...
1st January. If the weather to day is ominous of the storms of the ensuing year we must not...
March 4th. Took a long walk the weather being beautiful—returned home to dress for dinner at...
I am afraid that Charles has been writing some nonsense concerning Harriet Welsh which has caused...
Your Letter of the 29 reached me safely the day before yesterday and as it contained information...
I am, as well as your father, much delighted at the account you give of your Grandfathers health,...
I have just received your Letter and am very much pleased to find you all in such good spirits...
The plan of your father to follow us as far as the cross roads to Dedham prevented my taking...
15 February January —Waked so ill with cramps in my Stomach as to be unable to rise and continued...
Your Letter pleased and displeased me; the goodness and purity of your motives can never admit of...
read my Letter attentively and then tell me if you perceive any thing like harshness abou ? in...
My Lecture was intended to warn you against imprudently expressing your feelings even in a good...
Having observed in the papers that the reason assigned for your declining to accept the...
3 April—Mr: Lowndes spoke against Mr: Cs resolutions Mr Archer of Virginia is in favour being he...
My Brother much as usual. The impossibility of hastening the cure of his very painful desease in...
I do not know if I ought to congratulate you or not on your acceptance of the trouble and anxiety...
I last evening received your Letter of the 20h with great delight and assure you I require...
My visit is delayed In consequence of the celebration of the 4th July a day of double interest to...
Your Letter of the 22 enclosing the lines you wrote arrived yesterday and both your father and...
16 April—Went to Church at the Capital not full at all. Afterwards paid some visits—The remainder...
I have been very unwell and likewise waiting for some answer from your father concerning the...
I have been very sick confined to my bed for several days therefore not able to write to either...
It is sometime since I have written you in consequence of indisposition I have therefore two of...
Novbr. 22 Spent the day at home excepting about an hour in which I paid a number of visits—Dr....
29th Rode out and called on my patient who is fast recovering and able to raise his broken arm—In...
Feby 1. Continued very ill but having company at Dinner made an effort to struggle against my...
30th: January—Mr A & the boys dined at Mrs Decaturs & met us at Mr Cannings They found Mrs...
Two of your very kind Letters were brought me on Friday and Saturday and I should have written...
In answer to your Letter of 17 which I received last evening I have only to beg that you will...
5 May—Went out and paid some visits but found the day so unpleasant I soon returned—read Trotters...
Since my return home George has so well supplied my place in writing to you and we have had so...
I should certainly have answered your last very kind Letter immediately, had I not been very...
I think my last closed at our arrival at New London but I am not sure therefore you must excuse...
Mr. Adams yesterday received a Letter from you in which you are so kind as to send me a...
Ere you can have arrived at Baltimore my beloved Children I address you in the hope that my...
Your reproach my dear Sir was very keen and keenly felt because conscience pointed its force and...
In answer to your last my Dear John I can only say that if the accomodations are so suitable and...
I was very much pleased with the writing of your Letter and only have to recommend to you now to...
From Letters received from Edward Taylor and Charles, I at length understand that the unpleasant...
I have been so much indisposed it has been almost impossible for me to keep my journal and my...