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You cannot think how mortified & grieved I was, by being so unexpectedly disappointed, of seeing...
I do not know whether you have heard a word from me since I left you, if you have not, I presume...
I am almost affraid you do not love me so well as I hoped you did— If you had have known how much...
Mr Lincoln has been here for several Days past— Tomorrow he intends to return to Hingham, & has...
I got home the Friday-noon after I left you, & had the great satisfaction of finding all well—my...
Thanks be to an ever watchful & kind Providence that has conducted my dear Brother, & Sister...
You cannot think how anxious I have been to hear from my Sister Adams, & you. Two Vessels I saw...
I hear Judge Seargant is to go to Boston tomorrow, & I will not defer writing a few Lines to my...
Friend, after Friend is severed from my Heart—I have lost many near, & dear Relatives, as well as...
Your obliging Letter was handed me, on my return from a journey into Devonshire. it was one of...
The last Week has indeed been a Week of Joy to me— We have “eat our Bread with gladness, & drank...
I will not plead in excuse that I have not by any of the late vessels received a Line from my...
Yours of July 19 th which either did, or was to have come in Callihan last Fall, I did not...
mr Blodget is going passenger in Captain Callihan and has offerd to take a Letter to you, who are...
Tho I have already acknowledged all your Letters, I will not let captain Scoet sail without a few...
My Uncle Smith has been so kind as to send me word this Morning, that a Nephew of Mr Gill’s was...
You will see by the inclosed that I wrote you a long Letter, and that it has lain some time...
I must frankly acknowledge to my Dear Niece that I could not but wonder at her long Silence. I...
Mr Sparhawk calld upon us a Day or two ago, and deliverd me your kind Letter of: july the 20th....
Two Vessels arrived from London while I was upon my little southern Tour. It was in vain that I...
And so my dear Sister all your Nephews have quitted your Hospitable Mansion for the university of...
This Day is the Aniversary of Eleven Years since our dear Mother left us poor Pilgrims, to...
Mr Sparhawk called for my Letter Just as I was giving you an account of my Aunt Smith’s Death. I...
Here I am, all alone for a great rarity. There is nothing more agreeable to me for a little while...
Accept my thanks for your kind Letter of March 18th and for the pleasing favourable account you...
Your Letter March 24th. by Capt Cushing, with the Apron, came safe to Hand 2 Days after his...
Pray Madam, are you married? Nay then the wonder ceases. No matter now how loose your affections...
Mr jenks is suddenly obliged to return to America and I have only time to write you a few lines,...
I should, certainly have written before this, at least to show how gratefull a Sense, I retain,...
Should I my Dear Sister, too much alarm the Heart of an affectionate Mother, solicitous for the...