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If I have not written to you my dear Neice it is not because I have not frequently thought of you...
I recieved my dear and ever honoured Aunt your kind Letter of Decr 18th and the Cape accompanying...
I Send Some old Maderia & Sherry, the & the Curtains. I grieve that I cannot personally assist in...
How is your Mother to day. what night had She & how is miss Katy & Ruthey? have you procured a...
I Send you some oranges and Lemmons. the last night was a trying one to those who were not very...
How are all your Sick to day. what night had your Mother and how is little Lucy? I presume you...
How are your dear Parents your Father I learnt when I returnd from Boston was very Sick. I have...
If you will Send Lucy & Johny here to day we will take care of them. Betsy Says She knows her...
I Send your Mother a Bottle of Hermitage wine which on Serching the cellar we found. I hope it...
I thank you for your kind inquiries. I am better to day. I had the Rheumatism in my head, and was...
I promised to write you what I considerd the State of Your Dear Mother. She has appeard since you...
in replie to your inquiries I answer mrs Adams had a very bad night. at 2 oclock Nancy came to my...
I heard last Evening of the melancholy event, and sincerely sympathize with the afflicted family...
will you get mr Norten to inform by Letters mr & mrs James Foster of the death of your dear...
Mrs Smith reachd here yesterday at about ten oclock was like your dear Mother taken out of the...
My dear Daughter Survived but a few hours after you left us—She lay much in the Same State untill...
your uncle and I ask the pleasure of mr Greenleafs and your Company to dinner tomorrow. Your Aunt...