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My Cousins most agreeably supprized me by a Visit— I had been informed that your Sons were to...
I have this moment heard Mr & Mrs Black is in town, & going out again immediately but I would not...
I have been exceedingly grieved at hearing of our dear Sister Adams’s Illness— She was so well in...
Justice & judgment are the habitation of thy throne, O my God! but thy mercy endureth forever— In...
I believe in one of my Letters I told you I had troubles of various kinds— I need to be possessed...
I should be unpardonable if I neglected this Opportunity of writing to you by a private hand, &...
I know your tender sympathetick Heart will join with me, & drop a Tear over a lovely Child—the...
Major Mc Farling has just called upon us, & informed us of his intention of going to Philadephia...
As I am exceedingly grieved when I hear of the Indisposition of any of my Friends, so am I...
By the News Papers, I find you have met with a temporary Loss—The United suffrages of my...
I hope you will not think me criminally negligent in not particularly addressing myself to you...
By my Sister I have been informed of your Sickness, & of the distressed State of your Family,...
I am extremely sorry to hear, that you have had another attack of your ague, since Cousin Betsy...
It is a long time since I have written to you, or received a Line from either of my much loved...
I wish I could be satisfied, & know what is my duty towards my William, & Abigail, I could then...
I have had a very bad cold, attended with some other complaints which have enfeebled me, & made...
I have a Letter partly written to you which was begun sometime ago, but as a new Seene has...
My Dear Nephew could not suppose a Friend to merit, could read a Paragraph in last Saturdays...