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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...
It is always painful to be the bearer of bad tidings and yet it is a duty from which we cannot...
Yes! my Dear Sir, was my mind sufficiently strong, or capacious, to understand, or even to...
By some means or other it would seem that one of my Letters to you have been lost—perhaps you had...
I yesterday received your highly complimentary Letter which of course gratified my affection very...
Your last journal has so much Philosophy, and Religion, in it—that I am convinced you are a...
Your Letter contained news which grieved me sincerely and for which I much fear there is but...
Your letter of the 16 was received yesterday & I hasten to answer it that you may not have reason...
Human Life has been to me a State of trial from my Cradle to this seventh month of my Eaighty...
I have received yours of the 3d.—I can only say if Susan will return to me with her Child and...
With no less gratitude than astonishment I have received your Alcibiades,—and your Sons shall...
Tomorrow is the great National anniversary and at the same the anniversary of your birth which...
I yesterday received your Letter announcing the death of Judge Tudor but the melancholy news...
I have been so unwell with the Chicken pox since I returned from Virginia and the weather has...
As I know how much your time must be engrossed by your studies my Dear John altho’ the temporary...
I am very uneasy my dear John at your indisposition more especially as you do not mention its...
I think my last closed at our arrival at New London but I am not sure therefore you must excuse...
You who know with what painful sensations I saw you depart for College, can readily imagine how...
I can hardly believe my Eyes when I look upon your letter of the 13th. of October at...
I should sooner have answered your Letter my Son had I not expected to hear that you had received...
The day before yesterday our City was enlivened suddenly by the report of the ratification of the...
one week more will effectually relieve you from your ennui which perhaps may be succeeded by...
One Week more will effectually relieve you from your ennui, which perhaps may be succeeded by...
Your Letter my dear John was brought me just before dinner and I hasten to answer it more...
Journal 6. December 1819 Our City being reanimated by the return of Congress I shall attempt to...
December 11th. Went into Georgetown to see Mrs Otis, was not admitted Called on Mrs Smith and Mrs...
December 22nd 1819.—Went to visit a neighbour and walked as far as Mrs. Smiths. This evening a...
As I take a great interest in your pleasures, and your troubles, your last Journal has given me a...
Compliments of the Season, and what is better prayers that you may enjoy the present year and as...
4th. Jany The weather still severely cold—My Sons are gone to the House of Representatives to...
Your journal to the 21st. ult—has given me much amusement and much pleasure I want to touch upon...