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Before Mr. Smith went away I had no opportunity to ask Master John a Question but in company. I...
Captain Davis called yesterday to let me know that he should sail in the course of the week....
Since I have had any opportunity of conveyence to my dear Sister, I have received from her...
A mr Anstey who is appointed by the British Goverment to visit the different States; for the...
Captain Cushing is arrived. Mr Adams this day received Some letters by the post, and Nabby got...
There is a Young Gentleman going from Passy in the pacquet for New York. His Name is Chaumont,...
When I wrote you last, I was just going to Set out on a journey to the West of England. I...
Your two Letters of May 7th and 15th reachd me yesterday, and I was puzzeld a long time to find...
To you I am largely indebted for domestick intelligence and many valuable Letters. I have not...
Can my dear sister realize that tis near eleven Months since I left her. To me it seems...
I have enjoyed very good Health ever since I came to London, untill ten days past. I had about a...
The flattering mark of attention which I yesterday received from my Dear Aunt demands my earliest...
My Mamma has desired me, My dear Aunt, to give a Copy of a few cursory minutes, that I took at...
Mr. Thaxter will want a horse in a short time, to go a journey, and I should be glad, if mine is...
I reciev’d a few days since your Letter of Sepr. 12th and yesterday that of october the 12th and...
I have been waiting till I am out of all patience to hear that you are returnd to England. One or...
I have sent one Letter on Board capt Cushing but it is so long since that unless I Write again...
Accept my dear Sister a thousand thanks for your charming Journal, it is just Such an one as I...
There is another vessel up which will sail soon. What I may have omited by this I shall write by...
How provoking it is to be told that a vessel is to sail next week with our Letters and then have...
As I was seting quite alone this evening somebody came in from Boston with a Hankerchief full of...
My dear sister will I am sure excuse me if I send her now but a short Letter—when she is inform’d...
Captain Cushing arriv’d last Monday after a tedious Passage It was so long since I receiv’d any...
Mr. Storer is arriv’d and I have got my Letter and am very sorry to hear you have been so sick....
I did not design to write another line till I could get my pen mendid but not a creature can I...
Mr. Tyler has this moment reciev’d a Letter from Cousin Nabby by Captn. Lyde. I hope there are...
I do indeed rejoice with you all upon the happy event which took place in mr smiths Family before...
I last week heard from all your sons they were well. After this you may read on calmly— We are...
I went to Boston yesterday & had the mortification to find my Letters did not go by Barnard or...
The Day—the mighty Day is over, & our Sons have perform’d their Parts—& receiv’d the Honour of...