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AU NOM DU ROI. Nous Ambassadeur de S. M. le Roi de France près S. M. l’Empereur de toutes les...
Your papa was much pleased with your Letter as it was very prettily written and the style was...
As Mr. Pope is so good as to offer to convey your skates to Boston I have siezed the opportunity...
I will begin my letter, by offerering the joint congratulations of your father and myself, to you...
Your Letter gave me much pleasure though I thought I perceived some few marks of carelessness and...
I am much gratified to learn that you have made an agreeable acquaintance, and still more that...
Your two last Letters have come safely to hand and I am much pleased at your steadiness and...
The observations which you make in your Letter to me of the 29 March on the Books you have been...
Is it because I have not answered your last Letter my dear Charles that you have not written to...
You tell me in your last Letter that “you believe you did not write to me, because you had not...
I could almost wish your Letters were filled with observations on any other books than Novels...
As I hear there has been a great fall of snow during the last week or two in Boston I suppose you...
You Letter was brought two days since, and I should have received it with the same pleasure your...
I was delighted with your Letter and was only sorry you did not mention your health, which I...
I have just received your little and your big Letter, and return you many thanks for both, which...
The character you give of your friend Dawes is so pleasing, that I am much rejoiced at your...
In yours of the 4th & 7th you tell me that you had taken a fresh cold but that it was nearly...
Well, Charles, how comes on the file? is yours as big as John’s? are your walks so delightful you...
Why what is the matter my Son? surely when you wrote your last Letter you must have been...
Just returned from Virginia about 2 hours ago, I hasten to answer your Letter which your father...
It is a long time since I wrote you as I have again been very sick and utterly unable to put pen...
Your Letter my Dear Charles would cause me considerable uneasiness did I not know that you have...
I enclose you a Letter from one of your young correspondents which was received a few days after...
In answer to your last Letter I can only say that I regret as much as you do the precipitation...
Your two last Letters would have given me much pleasure if they had been more easy to decypher...
Your Letter full of complaints my dear Charles reached me yesterday and I am sorry to see you...
Your Shandean Letter is received with all its apologies and few amendments I will only say that...
You reproach me without a cause and I dare say you got your Letter the very day after you...
What sort of a Letter was your last and how is it to be answered? to be angry with you is...
Your last Letter my dear Charles quite revived my spirits as it re-assured me concerning yours...