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I cannot omit so good an opportunity as offers by Mr. Church of telling you that we are all well....
There are perticuliar times when I feel such an uneasiness, such a restlessness, as neither...
Mr. Smith call’d upon me to day and told me he should set out tomorrow for Philadelphia, desired...
I will not omit any opportunity of writing tho ever so great an uncertainty whether it will ever...
I have written so largely to you by Mr. Storer who goes in the same vessel, that I should not...
I received your kind favour of the 17. It was a Cordial to my dejected Heart to see and hear of...
I had scarcly closed my packet to you when I received your Letters dated Ferrol and Corunna. I am...
I have a very good opportunity of writing to you by Major Ward, who sits of tomorrow morning. I...
First part of text missing. Respectfull Regards to Mr. Hancock with thanks for his very polite...
I received by the Deacon two Letters from you this Day from Hartford. I feel a recruit of spirits...
Tis a Great Grief to me that I know not how to write nor where to send to you. I know not of any...
I wrote you by the post, but as Capt. Cuznow Cazneau goes to morrow perhaps this may reach you...
The Palles which I thought had saild a fortnight ago, still lies at Newbury Port, and gives me...
Before this time I fancy you at your journeys end; I have pittied you the Season has been a...
I have been so much engaged this week with company that, tho I never cease to think of you I have...
I sit down to write you this post, and from my present feelings tis the last I shall be able to...
Join with me my dearest Friend in Gratitude to Heaven, that a life I know you value, has been...
My habitation, how disconsolate it looks! My table I set down to it but cannot swallow my food. O...
I wrote you last Night till my Eyes were almost out by the post, but Mr. Eliot has taken pains to...
Tis with a sad Heart I take my pen to write to you because I must be the bearer of what will...
I should write to you with a much more cherefull Heart if I knew where to find you, but as yet I...
Tho I wrote you two Letters yesterday one by the Post and one by Mr. Smith, yet I will not omit...
I set down with a heavy Heart to write to you. I have had no other since you left me. Woe follows...
I set down to write you a few lines by the post, because I would not omit one opportunity. I...
I received yours of june 10, for which I thank you. I want you to be more perticuliar. Does every...
I have to acknowlidge a feast of Letters from you since I wrote last, their dates from August 19...
Have pitty upon me, have pitty upon me o! thou my beloved for the Hand of God presseth me soar....
The young folks desire Mamma to return thanks for their Letters which they will properly notice...
I have this moment sent of a Letter to the post office when Mr. Bass came in to let me know that...
The vessel is not yet gone, and I find I have a towns man going in her. He came this evening to...