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I thank you for so kindly giving me information of our dear Sisters recovery. It has releived me...
The melancholy detail of the distresses of my dear Nephews Family, claimed a sympathetic tear, &...
Had I had an idea that my writing could have afforded you one moments satisfaction I should...
“Completely blest, to see my fellows blest.” I was happy to hear from you, & to find that you, &...
Having at length recover’d from the fatigue of a very unpleasant journey I take the liberty my...
I recieved your very kind Letter for which I return many thanks I hope you will pardon the...
Abby was indeed very happy to receive a letter from so worthy, beloved, & good an Aunt—& it gives...
You my beloved Sisters, whose time is ever filled , with the various duties of Life, can more...
Your letter my dear Aunt, to my Mother, afforded me great pleasure. I was rejoiced to hear you...
I write you my dear Madam, to announce our safe arrival at Cronstad, after a most tedious, and...
Having already written to Mrs Adams, by this conveyance, my dear Madam, I cannot think of losing,...
I recieved your very kind letter my dear Aunt a few days since and hasten to answer it although...
Mr Lincoln our Carpenter came this morning from Weymouth he saw mrs Humphries who watchd last...
It is a great grief to me my dear sister that I can do So little for you in your trouble when I...
How are you to day? have you heard from weymouth? I send you a Barrel of pears and a Barrel of...
I feel asham’d My Dear Neice when I think how few Letters I have written to you since you left...