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I have passed the night in so much pain that I have not closed my eyes. It is with infinite...
Having performed the last sad office of handing you into your carriage at the Pavillon de St....
Just as I had sealed the inclosed I received a letter of a good length, dated Antwerp, with your...
I begin, my dear Madam, to write a little with the right hand, and you are by promise, as well as...
My letters which pass thro’ the post office either of this country or of England being all...
Yes, my dear Madam, I have received your three letters, and I am sure you must have thought...
You conclude, Madam, from my long silence that I am gone to the other world. Nothing else would...
I went to breakfast with you according to promise, and you had gone off at 5. oclock in the...
I arrived here, my dear friend, the last night, and in a bushel of letters presented me by way of...
Hail, dear friend of mine! for I am never so happy as when business, smoothing her magisterial...
Cease to chide me. It is hard to have been chained to a writing table, drudging over business...
Your favor of Aug. the 19., my very dear friend, is put into my hands this 26th. day of September...
Fearing, my dear Madam, that I might not be able to write to you by this occasion, I had charged...
I have not yet, my dear friend, received my leave of absence, but I expect it hourly, and shall...
My letter of May 21. my dear Madam, was the last I expected to have written you on this side the...
I have been very unfortunate in my endeavors to see more of your brother who was so good as to...
I am here, my dear friend, waiting the arrival of a ship to take my flight from this side of the...
I received, my dear friend, your favor of Apr. 6. It gives me a foretaste of the sensations we...
Your two favors , sent thro’ Mr. Trumbul, found me retired to my home, in the full enjoiment of...
I have to acknolege the reciept of your favor of July 20. 1801. from London, and of Feb. 25....