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I have now before me your two last Letters by my Dear Eliza received by Capt Calliham which I...
I thank you my dear Neice for your last kind Letter. There are no days in the whole year so...
I have not heard a word from B— since Wedensday last. I want much to know how you all do. I wrote...
Yes my dear Neice, it was a Ceremony that one must study Some time to find out either utility or...
My Dear Eliza will be one of the first to inquire after the welfare of her friend. Nor shall she...
I am determined not to neglect my pen for so long an interval as I did before your last Letters;...
Yesterday my Dear Eliza I returned from G ermantown and this morning, it being our usual post...
Your wishes for my happiness, my Dear Eliza, demand my thanks. Wishing, this power of the mind,...
This day I was Dining with Mamma at Mrs. Atkinsons in hourly expectation of receiving letters...
No Eliza I do not believe your real affection has decreased for Amelia, but a consiousness of my...
Your letter my Dear Eliza, was, sent me yesterday afternoon. By the bearer of it I returned an...
Enclosed is a tasty ribbon for you, I do not mean to forget my other dear cousin, but could not...
Every moment of my time has been employd since we got home, in writing to my friends abroad, to...
Your letter my Dear Eliza was this day handed me by your Mamma. I Love her much, Eliza, but wish...
Your last letter my Dear Eliza, deserved from the goodness and friendship, expressed, a reply...
I take my pen to perform my promice of writing to you and to wish you a happy new year may heaven...
At the Bath hotel I received my dear Neices Letter of April. I have told your Sister and other...
Here my Dear Eliza is your friend placed in a little village two or three miles from Paris,...
I am situated at a small desk in an appartment about 2 thirds as large as your own little...
And why my Dear Eliza has my letter layn unanswered. That it merited a reply I will not pretend...
Why my Dear Eliza have I not had the pleasure of hearing from you but once in an absence of two...
Mr. Robbins dined with us to day and has just now told me he intends to make you a vis this...
Your letter N 2. Eliza, I was so happy as to receive a day or two ago. I searched my journal,...
by your desire I now sit down to write a few lines to you and not yet having wrote to you I...
It is now past ten however I will write you a few lines as I flatter myself they will be...
I have began too or three letters to you but have burnt them, all for reasons that you need not...
In your Letter to Mamma my Dear Eliza of —— May you are strangely puzled to know in what manner...
You can judge of my impatience my Dear Cousin, the last week when we heard from Mr. Storer who...
Excuse me I have time only to tell you that I designd to have written, but the captain sails...
Did you ever my dear Betsy see a person in real Life such as your imagination form’d of Sir...
i thank you for your last letter i have have had it in my mind to write to you this long time but...
Yesterday, my Dear Eliza, I came here to pass a few days with our friend. I found her much...
I came yesterday as far as Boston with Sister Lucy, who is employ’d in fixing me off: I came here...
Some days agone I received a letter from you dated May last. The true reason why I have not...
While I was at St. Petersbourg, I had, the Pleasure, of receiving a Letter from you; I answered...
I think my dear Betsy that some Letter of yours must have faild, as I have none of a later date,...
For these Two days my Dear Eliza, I have been in expectation of hearing from you. Mr. Shaw tells...
My things, are yet pretty much in Confusion, and I do not expect to get well settled till the...
As a convenient opportunity offoring by General Warren I cannot let it excape without a line for...
There is a Gentleman by the Name of Blakney a Philadelphian who is with other company to dine...
Amid the numberless letters that you receive from your various and numerous correspondents, can a...
Knowing your benevolent heart is ever gratified by hearing of the wellfare of your friends, and...
Mr Smith informed me last Evening of an opportunity of writing by Way of N York and as I know of...
Last weak I had the pleasure to receive too letters from my friend Myrtilla, aney time when you...
A constant succession of company, is all I have to offer in vindication of my appearant...
I had my dear Girl such an obligeing visit from you last Night, and such sweet communion with you...
If aney person had told me the night I left Braintree that I should have ben at Plymouth almost...