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I know you will rejoice to hear that we are so far on our journey without meeting any accident my...
I this day receiv’d your kind Letter from Springfield. I Set you down in Brookfield in my mind...
we reachd here yesterday being thursday the 7 th day from leaving home. we had very bad Roads,...
most cordially welcome to me was your kind Letter of May the 4 th , yet I have not found time...
I keep up My old Habit of rising at an early hour. if I did not I should have little command of...
I hear by mr Smith & Cousin Louissa’s Letter to her Sister that your journey made you sick for...
The weather was so cold yesterday that we had fires in our Rooms. I suppose you have weather of a...
I received your Letter by this days post I began to be anxious to hear from my Friends at Quincy....
I had a mantua makaker & a Tailor last week which keept me so fully imploy’d that I had not time...
I received your Letter of June 13 th. and thank you for it. the account you give me respecting my...
I never visit or pass your house but I think of that beautiful & simple Song in the Spectator The...
I got through the 4 July with much more ease than I expected. it was a fine cool day, and my...
I write my dear Sister with a hope that this letter will not find you in Philadelphia but as we...
If the Compass by which my course is directed does not vary again through unavoidable necessity I...
The weather is Hot as we can bear the whole city is like a Bake House. we have a House with large...
we have made every thing as ready for your reception as we can. but alass I fear we Shall not see...
We leave this place this morning & hope to reach Home on fryday of the next week. I have written...
we arrived here on twesday Evening on the 11 th , after a pleasent journey in which we met with...
I thank you for your Letter from worcester since that I have heard by the papers you have arriv’d...
I have received but one Letter from you Since I left Quincy now near a Month; I have been here...
I last monday receiv’d your Letter of the 22 d of october it was a long time coming. I wrote to...
I yesterday about 11 oclock went into the Presidents Room to see if John had returnd from the...
That you have reciev’d but one Letter from me my dear Sister is not because I have not written I...
I received your kind Letter of Nov’ br. 19 th by this days post. I had previously received two...
I thank you for your Letter of the 15th of Nov br. before this I hope you have receiv’d another...
I receied yesterday your kind favour of 29 Nov’ br and 8 th December. I had a few lines from you...
I design’d to have written you last week but was prevented by company I have receiv’d your Letter...
I have not been So shock’d for a long time as by the account of mr & mrs Halls death. Cousen...
I received Your Letter by this days mail of 17 th I am mortified at the loss of mr Whitman, tho...
I received your kind Letter of December and was surprized to find that my Letter should convey...
I design’d to have written you by the friday mail but on Wednsday mr Norton came over to attend...
I do not know whether there is any getting over the Rivers. the Eastern Mail due yesterday is not...
I wonder Sister Peabody Should trouble you about our Nephews concerns. the first Letter She wrote...
your kind Letter of Jan’ ry 14 th I received last week. I Shall not be dissatisfied with mr...
I was very anxious to receive a Letter from you this morning, and Betsy was wishing yet dreading...
what a feast you have sent us my good sister. for alhough it may be call’d a feast of bitter...
I have not received a Line from Since the last of Jan’ ry Betsy is much distresst to hear from...
I write again my dear Sister because I know you love to hear from me, & not that I have any thing...
I received your kind Letter of Feb’ ry 9th and was quite rejoic’d to hear that mrs Baxter was...
I cannot enough thank you my dear Sister for your kind Letter its Sisterly contents Sink deep in...
To communicate pleasure, is reflecting happiness. The secretary of state came smiling in my Room...
I received on saturday Evening the 3 d March Your kind Letter of 25 Feb’ ry. You estimate much...
yesterday dispatches were received from mr King up to the 9 th Jan’ ry in a postscrip he says, I...
I write you a few Lines this mor’g just to inclose to you the News paper of yesterday which...
I write now because I know how it feels to be disappointed not because I have any thing to...
I received yesterday your kind Letter of March 19 th . I expect a Letter every week if you have...
I write you a few lines this morning merely to inclose a Letter which I will thank you to cover...
I thank you for your Letter of the 20th of march which I receiv’d yesterday & for the papers you...
The eastern post will go out this morning and I take my pen to thank you for your Letters of the...
I last week had to inform you of the Sudden death of my much value’d Freind Mrs Quincy I Now have...