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The summer has come upon us very rapidly without giving us any of our usual Spring weather. Some...
The warm season has come again and delightful as it is to me, is no doubt also very acceptable to...
My last letter I believe, evinced a degree of excitement very uncommon for me. But the...
I have even less than usual of interest to relate today, since Tuesday last, I have been entirely...
"Who doth time gallop withal?" Instead of answering this as Shakespeare has done, I would say...
The past week has brought us summer weather and makes the city look as green as it is wont, in...
Another fortnight has passed since I had the honour to address you, and the end of it has found...
A fortnight has passed over, since I last addressed you, and scarcely any thing of interest has...
Since my last letter the whole family have been suffering from violent colds. I did not escape...
An unaccountable fit of dullness and inability to do any thing, prevented my writing to you on...