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Your letter of the 6th is before me. to save me the time for writing & your that of reading long...
Although the Wars, which broke out in the course of one Week, last Summer, both in Europe and...
There is not a day nor an hour in which my Thoughts are not employed about you and your Family:...
I have received and read your letter of February 28th with pleasure. There is not a necessary and...
Your favour of Oct. 4 was Sent to me from the Post Office this morning. Although I sincerely...
As I have experienced Griefs as exquisite as yours I have the better right to advise you. I have...
Towards the close of the last summer arrived here as a sort of a semi official appendage to the...
A few days ago I received letters from your Grandmama, and your Uncle, which rejoyced me very...
I Send you, a few Lines from the Old Astronomical and Astrological Poet, Manilius, whom you may...
I intended in my last Letter to have mentioned to you the Circumstances which procured me...
I have Official Information that Mr Bayard and Mr Gallatin are joined with you in a Negotiation...
This Line is intended to go by Mr Bayard or Mr Gallatin, who are associated with you, or you with...
I sent you by Mr Colman a few latin lines, with a bald translation. Cannot you render that...
Shall I ask a favor of you? to pay Mr Gales 5 Dollars for my third years subscription for his...
I had yesterday the satisfaction of receiving your favour of 1. March, after the interval of...
We were happy to find by your Letter 22d of May that you had arrived safe at Baltimore on your...
I cannot forget the loss I have sustained in the death of Dr Rush. Since your departure his...
I received your very kind and flattering letter of 1st. ulto.—On the morning before I received it...
As the best speech in favor of a naval Arm of defence, next to that of Mr Loyd, that was ever...
Were I to follow, the feelings of my heart I Should write you every day. But you remember Dr...
It is with great difficulty, that my paralyttic Fingers can hold a Pen. The litterary, the...
Your letters give us information as well as entertainment. Your reception at head Quarters & at...
I thank you for your favour of June 22nd. If any one has paid Mr Gales for my third years...
Never mind it, my dear Sir, if I write four Letters to your one: your one is worth more than my...
An Express arrived last night at 12 oClock from Point look out , advising that the Enemy had...
Your favour of 15th is alarming. Remember the fate of Cassandra. The prophet of ill ’tho’ as true...
I congratulate you on the new acquaintences you have made. Madam de Stael and Sir Francis...
I have received at once your letters 11. and 13. March—and 22. and 23. April—They were brought by...
It is better to go to the House of mourning than to the House of Feasting, or dancing, for the...
Under the present afflicting scene of Providence that you Mr. Adams and connections of the...
In complying with the directions of the American Academy & transmitting the inclosed vote I...
The Meloncholly History of the last Journey and the last days of your Sister will be given you by...
When Mr Gallatin and Mr Bayard arrived here, they brought us letters from many of our friends,...
This day thirty Years ago, you signed a definitive Treaty of Peace, between the United States of...
I beg you to be assured, my ever honourd & venerated Uncle, that we sympathize most sincerely...
I wrote yesterday to my dear Mother by a Gentleman, who is going to Gothenburg, intending to...
Your favours of 1st: and 2d: of July last came to hand a very few days after the date of my last;...
No language can express my Anxiety for you and your Family and no volume could contain the...
You grieve me when you tell me that “your city is thronged with officers of the army.” Infandum,...
It gave me great pleasure to be informed of your punctual arrival at the head quarters of good...
With more joy than I can express I have recd your kind Letter of the 18th. of August. Your Mother...
If you were in any spot between New Orleans and Passamaquoddy I should write you every day, if I...
I have your letter of the 15th. inst., the aspect of public affairs become every day more gloomy...
It is here a profound secreet of the Cabinet, known only to seven— You may rely upon it a...
The last Letters I have had the pleasure of receiving from you are those of 1. and 2. July, and...
I go farther than you in your Glooms I expect Detroit and Michigan will be again taken and all...
I thank you for your Letter: and was very glad to hear from you; I was the more gratified to hear...
Yesterday I wrote a letter to Brother George, and so I thought that I ought to write you one too;...
Mr Gibson, within this hour, called upon me for a Moment and gave me your Letter to your Mother...
I have been learning to write more than a year; and it is high time for me to try to turn my...