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I have suffered a great deal of Anxiety on your Account, having heard of your severe sickness....
I believe I must make a Phisician of you. There seems to be a Propriety in your studying Physick,...
The only Reason why I omitted to write you when I wrote to your Brothers, was because I thought...
I Now Sit Down to inform You That I have Safely arrived at Paris which we Did on Wednesday...
I having wrote to my Mamma Sister and Brother Charles it is my duty to write to you also for if I...
As my thoughts are Principally busied upon the French tongue, & as I wish you to turn yours the...
in my last letter to you of Septr. the 30th I promised you to sketch a plan for learning French...
I have just now wrote to my Brother charles & you would not like it if I did not write to you...
As I have wrote to Mamma and Sister I have but very little to write to you but I cannot let an...
I am always happy to find an opportunity of conversing with you, as we cannot verbally do this it...
I am once more settled down in a school and am very content with my situation. I was the other...
I have not written to you before, since I left you, because my Studies and European Letters have...
I am glad to find by your Letter that you are so well situated, at Mr. Sewalls, make my...
I would not omit writing you, because you seem to think you have been agrieved. I do not...
We have mutually been deficient in those attentions, which absent connections ought always to...
I have this morning received your manly letter of 25 th Ult.— I had long intended to write you...
I received your short Epistle by M r: Thomas at Ipswich, where I was then attending the Court of...
A few days since I received your kind letter of Feb ry : 18 th: and its being handed by a...
I have just received your favour of the 22 d: inst t : thanks you know are “the exchequer of the...
I received by the last Post your short favour, inclosing a much longer one to Quincy which I have...
Either write upon larger paper, or give an outside cover to your letters, for in the act of...
I have somewhere heard an observation of this kind, “that a person should not be too anxious to...
Influenced by the same principle as when I last wrote, viz. That of discharging a debt before it...
I received your favour of the 17 th: inst t: from New-York, and am happy to hear you had got well...
I received last week your favour of the 17 th: of last month, and found in it none of that...
The kind of silence which we have observed toward each other since I left Massachusetts, is not...
This day week I put a letter into the Post Office for you under cover to my Brother JQA . and...
I have been for more than three weeks indebted to you for two very agreeable Letters, which Mr....
Those Letters which I was directed to Copy and deliver to M r. Cary for insertion in his...
I received your kind letter of the 6 th: this Evening, and feel happy that you advanced so far on...