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I hope you will pardon the liberty I take in addressing you in this way but the fear that my Vebal respects might from the multiplicity of my good fathers cares be forgoten must be my apology for offering you thus the Condolence and Compliments of the Season. I have heard with much pleasure that you are in the injoyment of health be assured that you have my best wishes that every blessing may...
We live in such changfull times that it is delightfull to meet an Old friend with the same face and feelings . Your excellent sister added much to my injoyment yesterday by passing half an hour with me I gave her a long message to you. but as it may be some days before she sees you I think best to write a line. I have been wishing to pass a night or two with you a long time and had not Mrs...
I live in that retired manner that affords much time for reflection, which must be my apology for addressing you at this time, as memory has been so kind as to present you very frequently of late as one that has ever taken an interesd in my welfare. And I can say that Friendship has indeed been the Wine of life to me. I feel that you are not indefferent to the happiness of me and my dear...