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I have the pleasure to inform you of my safely being lodged in our Haverhill Dwelling, last...
Mr. Dodge has just informed me of his design to go to Boston tomorrow, and has kindly offered to...
I have been 16 days at sea, and have not attempted to write a single Letter; tis true I have kept...
Before Mr. Smith went away I had no opportunity to ask Master John a Question but in company. I...
Long e’er this time I hope my dear Sister and Cousin have sat their Feet upon the British shore,...
I thank you, and my Betsy Smith for your kind Care of my dear little sick Girl. She has had 2 in...
It is now the 5th of September, and I have been at this place more than a fortnight, but I have...
Accept my dear Sister a thousand thanks for your charming Journal, it is just Such an one as I...
When I return’d from Haverhill I hurry’d over a very incorrect Scrowl, being as I thought very...
Mr. Tyler has this moment reciev’d a Letter from Cousin Nabby by Captn. Lyde. I hope there are...
I yet do not know that you have receiv’d one of the many Letters I have sent you but hope you...
Your Letter by way of Amsterdam had a quick passage and was matter of great pleasure to me. I...
My Mamma has desired me, My dear Aunt, to give a Copy of a few cursory minutes, that I took at...
Your kind Letter of November 6, I received the 4 of Jan’ry. I hope you have received my September...
Not one line from my dear Sister have I reciev’d sinc last September. What can be the reason? I...
Your last favour which was dated in December came to hand in Febry. If Capt. Young has arrived...
There is a Young Gentleman going from Passy in the pacquet for New York. His Name is Chaumont,...
I reciv’d your September Letters a little while after I sent off my November ones, and a Feast...
I have but a moments time to write you a Line, and send you by Mr. Allen the measure of Charles...
Can my dear sister realize that tis near eleven Months since I left her. To me it seems...
I have just heard that Scot is to sail tomorrow. I cannot let a vessel go without a few Lines...
The flattering mark of attention which I yesterday received from my Dear Aunt demands my earliest...
Captain Lyde is arrived and I have 3 Letters by him, one from Doctor Tufts one from Dr. Welch and...
I have been waiting till I am out of all patience to hear that you are returnd to England. One or...
I wrote you by Captain Dashood just when I was about removeing from the Bath Hotel to Grovsnor...
I have just Sent away one Letter and shall now begin another to be ready for the next ship....
When I wrote you by Captain Dashood, I was obliged for want of time to break of before I had...
I have enjoyed very good Health ever since I came to London, untill ten days past. I had about a...
Your kind Letters of July and August are before me. I thank you most sincerely for the particular...
I told you in my last, that I was going to dine with my Friend Mrs. Rogers. You must know that...
Mr. Thaxter will want a horse in a short time, to go a journey, and I should be glad, if mine is...
I hope my dear Sister you have receiv’d the Letter You was looking for in Callahan. I think I did...
Although I have written so largly to you by the last vessels that Saild I cannot bear to let...
How provoking it is to be told that a vessel is to sail next week with our Letters and then have...
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...
I wonder whether Mr. Shaw ever wrote you an account of the good woman who was so much offendid...
A mr Anstey who is appointed by the British Goverment to visit the different States; for the...
The vacancy is up and our Sons are just return’d to their Studies at college. Were they Brothers...
To you I am largely indebted for domestick intelligence and many valuable Letters. I have not...
Mrs Hay call’d upon me a sunday whilst I was gone to meeting to let me know that She expected to...
I have just returnd from a visit to Moor Place Moor feilds, Where I have been to take leave of my...
Your Son JQA is become a son of Harvard. He was admited last wednesday, and we are now prepairing...
Altho I was at a stupid Route at the sweedish ministers last Evening, I got home about 12 and...
Captain Cushing is arrived. Mr Adams this day received Some letters by the post, and Nabby got...
Yes my dear Sister I have thought it very long since I have receiv’d a Letter from you and...
Your kind Letter of Feb’ry came safe to hand, and proved my assertion, that I was sure you had...
Is it possible that my dear Niece should really be married and the little visiting Card upon...
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...