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I write you my dear George, with a hope that this letter will not reach you. however as we have...
Your father my dear George is so much occupied at this moment by the duties of his Office he...
It is so long since I heard from you I begin to find it difficult to account for your...
My journal does most assuredly take a considerable portion of my time, my dear George, but that...
I am not sure my Dear George whether your last Letter was answered or not but at any rate you...
I do not recollect whether I answered your last Letter my memory not being remarkably good and...
Your father has intended writing to you several days but something or other perpetually occurring...
In Joke while I was in Boston you one day said you would lend your Books to your Uncle Tom in New...
What have you been doing? where has your reason flown? while your poor Grandmother was yet warm...
Your father wrote you a Letter yesterday in which he desires you to remain with your Grandfather...
I yesterday received your Letter of the 1st Jany. and cannot account for the length of time it...
Your Grandfather has expressed so much satisfaction at your conduct during your visit to him this...
Your Letter of the 15 which I received yesterday has caused me the greatest alarm, and...
All well; I send you another Sheet keep them all together that they may form a continuation and...
I mentioned to you that I had been amusing myself in translating the Dialogue of Plato. I now...
I send you three sheets of the dialogue because it was too little at once to read only a sheet—I...
I send you another sheet of the dialogue but it is so badly done I am quite ashamed of it. If it...
I was much gratified by the receipt of your Letter my dear George yesterday at noon and am...
You will probably have received the translations I sent you my dear Son of Plato as I understand...
I have at length received your Letter, after having unpatiently waited untill your more important...
As I presume you will have accomplished your journey ere this epistle arrives, and that you will...
I am at length about to attempt to answer your Letter but am not quite sure whether I shall be...
It is long since I wrote you, because I thought you so busily engaged that you would have no time...
Your Letters were both delivered to me yesterday the one by Dr Waterhouse and one by the Mail. I...
As I am much afraid that I shall not accomplish the plan proposed in my last Letter to John you...
Your Letter has remained unanswered some time in consequence of the illness of Mary which has...
My absence from the City must plead My excuse for not sooner congratulating you on your success...
I yesterday received your Letter dated Quincy and was delighted to find your very formidable...
Your Letter which I received yesterday gave mutual delight to all of us—It was exactly the style...
Your ridiculous Letter as you call it was received yesterday and gave me great pleasure as at...