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I rejoice in the expectation of seeing you & Mrs Adams; and Miss S A—and as the Day that is most...
That I may prove to you and my Dear Mrs Adams, the high estimation of the value I attach to the...
your truely affectionate Letter of the 27th ultimo met me at this place by last mail, and I use...
We return’d to this place the Day after we had the pleasure of seeing you at Quincey—I have...
I have just returned from Cambridge, where I was told by by President Kirkland, that the priz is...
Your ever welcome & kind Letter of the 6th. Ultimo, did not reach me untill the 20th. since then...
I have not been so much puzzled to find the Text, I quoted in my last letter, as I have been, to...
My boasted convales’cense, did not continue but a few hours after Dr. Warren & Dr Gorham left me....
Your affectionate Letter of the 10th. Instant, was rec’d while under a second, but more painfull...
Your kind Letters are more likely to renew a worn down constitution than the recipe you give, for...
I call’d this morning upon The Treasurer of the Commonwealth—and rec’d of him Eight Dollars— to...
I have sent my Sleigh with Bear skins, & Furs, and as the day is fine and the sleighing never...
For such you have allowed me to call you, (the evidence of wch. I shall retain as long as I...
It is a source of Deep regret and vexation to me, that I was obliged to leave Roxbury without...
I have been precluded an opportunity of writing, by two circumstances; one the want of eyesight,...
Your kind & welcome Letter by mail of last Eveng relieved my increasing anxieties respecting the...
Tho’ you have not indulged me with the pleasure of hearing from you, since your return to Quincy,...
When I had the pleasure of meeting Judge Adams in Boston on Saturday last, & to whom I gave a...
Nothing but an absolute impossibility prevented my seeing you at Quincy before I we came to this...
The promised extract of my old Friend Dr: Nicholls Letter, as given you in my Last Letter which...
How unfortunate I am, that I was not ealier informed of your magnificent intentions with respect...
When I rec’d your Letter dated from Badimage Hall, I then read it, according to the meaning of...
Nothing but the want of Sight has delay’d the acknowledgement of your most kind Letter of the...
My Dear and ever Honor’d And beloved Father and And Friend—For such I shall ever consider you.—it...
I wrote you, for it was out of my power to see you before I left Roxbury for this place, and...
I lament to say, that I have been at this place two months, without a Line from you—or seeing any...
With great pleasure I saw it announced in the public news papers that you was able to attend the...
Your affectionate Letter of 24th Ultimo, I had the pleasure to receve and would have acknowledged...
With deep concern I heard late last Eveng. that you had recently recieved a severe injury by a...
Had I strength enough remaining to have left my Room, to which I have been confind by severe &...