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I can not deny my self the pleasure of addressing you on this joyful occasion tho I expect you...
Your note made me very happy as I began to entertain doubts of the safety of the letter in...
If I had obey’d the impulse of my heart I shou’d long ere now have express’d my thanks for your...
I have heard with much concern that you were very Ill, so much so, that your life was despaird...
Your kind favor with the pamphlet I rec d with great pleasure and have perused it with attention...
I have long wish’d to address you but have been deter’d, from a fear of being troublesome, I want...
In the number of gratulations on your return to private life I present mine with assurences that...
My ever esteem’d friend I return you many thanks for your favor from Bedford , be assured it...
I shou’d have made my acknowledgements ere now for your kind favor accompanying The History of...
I gratefully thank you My Dear Sir for your kind and friendly letter which I received by...
Nothing is more grateful to my heart than assurances of friendship and remembrance from those I...
The only hope I have of your remembrance of me, is that you are not apt, to forget those whom you...
Your kind favor by last weeks mail, accompanied by one from my daughter now Madame S t Julian de...
In consiquence of a letter I received from my Daughter of 28 th August, in which She mentions...
I received your kind favor of the 1 st of last month with my usual feelings of gratitude for the...