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After we parted last Saturday Evening I retired to my Room, and spent the remaining part of it in...
Studious to avoid every Suspicion that m[ torn ] ous to the good opinion which you say you [ torn...
Never my Dear Friend have I been more at a Loss in answering a Letter than I now am, and never...
I received Yours of the 1 st . March Yesterday. altho I did not suspect any Part of my Letter to...
The letter you mention to have wrote the week before last, has never come to Hand and I cant...
Providence I confess has conferred Blessings upon me with a liberal hand and my days glide on...
How it came to pass I know not, but so the Fact is, that neither of your Letters to me came to...
Your Letter of the 15 th : Inst. informs me that you continue indisposed and that you are nursing...
The Pleasure I expected from meeting ^ a Junction of ^ our little Families at Bristol has...
I returned to this City about Noon this Day from Eliz h .Town, & to my great mortification am...