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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...
Ho aspettato con infinita ansietà la lunga lettera che m’annunziò, ma non so per qual delitto...
I have the pleasure of receiving two [letters from you, and though th]ey are very short , I must...
You conclude, Madam, from my long silence that I am gone to the other world. Nothing else would...
Do you deserve a long letter, My dear friend? No, certainly not, and to avoid temptation, I take...
Why will you Make such a great dinner? I had told the Princess of the pleasure I intended My self...
I cannot breakfast with you to morrow; to bid you adieu once is sufficiently painful, for I leave...
You promised to come to breakfast with Me the Morning of My departure, and to Accompany me part...
How do you do My dear friend? You came to the invitation of my breakfast the Morning of my...