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I have been almost frighted out of my senses this afternoon. Your Mother Hall and Polly Adams...
Captain Callihan arrived yesterday at Portsmouth and to day your letter came safe to hand. A...
After I had closed my letter to you of yesterday I went into the city four mils distant I am from...
Any agitation of mind, either painfull or pleasureable always drives slumber from my Eyes. Such...
I did not receive your last Letter by the way of new york till after the vessail had Sail’d with...
Your two Letters of May 7th and 15th reachd me yesterday, and I was puzzeld a long time to find...
I have within this Hour receiv’d your Letters by captain Bigelow and have also heard that cushing...
Capt Folger is slipt a way without one line from me. I did not design it should have been so, but...
I am again safe arrived in this city after an absence of five weeks. By the last vessels I wrote...
In my last I told you I suppos’d your Son Thomas would enter college at the end of the vacancy....