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How did you live thro’ the heat of Monday & Teusday We could but just breethe the glasses stood...
I last week receiv’d your first Letter from the city of Washington. I began to grow impatient not...
I too have taken my pen with the rising Sun. I have been so disturb’d with the Result of the...
disappointment seems to be written upon all the exertions my dear Son makes to establish himself...
Vanity of vanity! & the conseiquenc of it is vexation of Spirit—Who ever is inclin’d to live...
I have had the House full of company for a week & have not been able to steal a moments to write...
I clos’d my last Letter by informing you that Mr & Mrs Gannett were returned. I went down to...
I yesterday receiv’d your kind Letter of the 18th my Sons and mrs Johnson to you. you cannot...
I have not written you so often as I wish’d to do for these several weeks. I have not been free...
Yours of May the 20th & 21d I receiv’d last Teusday, do not be impatient my Sister if I do not...
I can never sufficiently thank you for your Letters. & the communications you so frequently...
I receiv’d your kind Letter of the 18th yesterday and am glad to find you able to receive so much...
I was very glad to hear by the Letter you sent me from Brookfield that you had got safely so far....
My fears are all alive. cousin Thomas wrote Mr Cranch that his mother was not so well as she had...
your excellent Letter of the 26th of May I receiv’d a Saterday. I have heard or seen Something...
I have receiv’d two Letters from you since I wrote last, one contain’d the Border & Lace for my...
I feel an inclination to write you every Week athough I have nothing new to inform you of I know...
I yesterday reciev’d your Letter of Decm. 4th with the Presidents Speech. We had seen and admir’d...
I know your impatience to hear frequently of your affairs here & I am as solicitous that you...
There is a great deal of pain; taken to make mischief between you & Mr & Mrs. Porter Many wish...
I have been at hard work this morning & my hands tremble so. I can scarcly hold my Pen, but if I...
I last week receiv’d your kind Letter of the 10th of this month. I have certainly lost one. It...
I donnot like to let a week pass without writing a few Lines to let you know how we are & what we...
I have to thank you for two Letters which lay by me unanswer’d, I have had my hands full of...
I have just clos’d a long Letter to Sister Peabody from whom I received one last week—It is the...
you have not told me that the Lady in the undress who was presented at your Drawing Room had been...
I am very much mortified that I have Sent so many Letters to you burthen’d with Postage I thought...
Nothing but dire necessaty has prevented my writing as often as you could wish. I do not always...
I have at last heard from Atkinson. I had just sent a long Letter to sister when I receiv’d one...
Welcome thou best of women thou best of sisters, thou kindest of Friends, the soother of ever y...