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I am here my beloved Betsy with my two little boys John & William who will be my bed fellows to...
I intended to have reached Croton this Evening and would have done it without difficulty had not...
I wrote to you the day before yesterday, my dear Eliza, by Lieutenant Smith. Capt Church informs...
Three or four days since I wrote to My angel by the Post, since which I have received a letter...
Tomorrow we leave this for Fort Cumberland. We are very strong & the Insurgents are all...
Engrossed by our own immediate concerns, I omitted telling you of a disagreeable piece of...
⟨The post my⟩ angel has met with some interruption (I suppose by the river being impassable)...
This morning, My beloved Eliza, I arrived here to pay a visit to your father, in the interval of...
I wrote to my beloved from Rhinebeck . Yesterday Evening I arrived here and found your family...
The affair, My Dearest Eliza, upon which I came here has come to a close. But unavoidable delays...
Mrs. Mitchel is the person in the world to whom as a friend I am under the greatest Obligations....
I have reached this place, my dear Eliza, after a very pensive ride, and not a little pain at the...
I was made very happy, my beloved Betsey by the receipt of your letter, informing me that one of...
My avocation here my darling Eliza must detain me beyond the departure of the Mail stage but I...
I was made happy My beloved Eliza by the receipt of two letters from you which gave me the...
Your last letter, My beloved Eliza, gave me inexpressible pleasure. It tells me that my precious...
I am here, my beloved, & tomorrow shall leave it for Boston where I hope to arrive on Monday...
On Sunday Bonaparte & wife with the Judges will dine with you. We shall be 16 in number if Morris...
The extreme hurry in which I have been My Dear Eliza since my arrival here has prevented my...
[ Albany, February 21, 1801. “I wrote to you my beloved from Poughkeepsie by post yesterday...
You will easily imagine, My Dear Eliza, how much I have been relieved by the Post of today. My...
I am thus far on my journey in good health. Tomorrow by eleven oClock I hope to reach Albany....