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I have received from the hand of one of your Senators in Congress Mr Bingham your public and...
Last night for the first time I slept in our new House.— But what a Scene! The Furniture...
You will See by the Proclamation in the Public Papers that I have been obliged to convene...
Monday Morning, the most agreable in the Week because it brings me Letters from you, has not...
Yesterday only I rec d yours of March 1.— am surprized you should have rec d none from me from...
as soon as your Letter informed Us that M rs Brisler could not come without her husband I sent...
I had no Letter from you Yesterday. As You intended to commence your Journey on the 24 th. it is...
I have yours of the 6 th. by the Post of this day. I have proposed to Brisler to give him 300...
This day you promis’d me to begin your Journey: but if the Weather is as disagreable with you as...
Your Letters of the 21. 22. 23. and 26 of April are all before me— They have inspired me with all...
I rec d. to day your favour of March 29 th. I write you every Post day and send my Letter to the...
Your Letter of the 31. of March made me unhappy because it convinced me that you were so. I...
your dearest Friend never had a more trying day than Yesterday. A Solenm Scene it was indeed and...
I have this day rec d , in your favours of the 5. 6. and 7 th. of the month the first...
I have no Letter this Week and begin to fear that your Respect to our late P. has laid a...
I am So constantly engaged in Business most of which is new to me, that it Seems as if it was...
I send you the Letters— I could not keep my hands off of Nabby’s. I beg her Pardon. They write me...
I have received your Letters of 10. 15. and 16. Your solicitude for my Health may Subside. I am...
I am grieved beyond measure at your returned indisposition: but hope it will not be long. Your...
I have no line from you, since the 13th at Brookfield. There has been so much rainy weather as to...
I have been very happy, with our Thomas Since his Arrival: He runs about with his black head and...
My last Letter from you was of the 25 of Nov. I have been anxious least you might have taken cold...
I recd to day your favr of 24 and it made the day more tolerable. Your health and Spirits always...
From Williams’s We went to Worcester took an early dinner at Barkers, and proceeded on to Drapers...
We arrived here last night, or rather yesterday at one o Clock and here we dined and Slept. The...
I am favoured this morning with yours of the 23d.—This is Accession day you know. I shall always...
Your Letters of Nov. 29, Dec. 2. and 3 affect me very tenderly. The low Spirits, Effects of long...
At Flaggs We were favoured by a civil Passenger in the Mail Stage with a Newspaper of this day,...
From Captain Draper at Brookfield we went to Springfield thirty one miles to dinner. Parsons has...
I went last night to the Ball, where the Company Suffered more by the cold which was excessive...