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Saturday April 21st, I received yours of the 9th. I wrote to you the 1st. of April in answer to...
I have duly received all your Letters, and thank you for them. Your last of May 20 came on the...
I have just finished Professor Robinson’s history of a conspiracy, against all the religions &...
I yesterday received your Letter dated at Cambridge in which you inform me that you are going to...
O how happy should I be, were I to sit down to write you of my dear sisters better health, but...
When this reaches you I presume you will have arrivd to the end of your journey, and have taken...
I have a thousand things to tell you and but a few minutes to write. We arrived in this city...
I received your letter of the 18 of Nov last Wednesday. The president received yours of the 22d...
We are all well and only want you and cousen L here to make us very happy. Saturday twelve O...
Last Evening was marrid at the Seat of the President of the united States, by the Revd mr Weld mr...
The president received two letters the latest dated 3d of Dec from you last Evening with a letter...
I received this week as many packets by the Mail as a minister of State. they however containd...
I send you this morning besides the usual number of papers, one from Newburyport containeing a...
I received your letter of Dec 9th, with all that pleasure and satisfaction, which, the news of...
I have long been wishing to find time to give my aunt a history of the visit of Dr. Logan to the...
You are very good dear William in your attentions towards me, and I receive the papers regularly...
Notwithstanding my arms are so stiff, that I can scarcely move them, occasioned by cutting venson...
I received your letter of the 14th of Dec by this mornings mail, but not any newspaper as you...
I was much obliged to you for sending me the answer to Barlows Letter. Our printers in Boston are...
The president received your letter of Saturday the eigth or ninth 15th or 16th of Dec, in which...
Not a single letter have we received from you since Monday. Uncle sighs and says, I wish Aunt...
‘Though I have been writing a very long letter, to my wild, random, laughter loving Walter and...
I received yours of the 29 Dec. yesterday morning. By the same mail we received the accounts of...
Rejoice O young Man in thy youth and let thy Heart Cheer thee. This is the language of Soloman....
I received yesterday mor’g by Plimouth Stage, your Letter of 28th December, together with the...
I have seldom known it to be colder at the Eastward than it is here at present. Although I have a...
So far I have written this half hour, but I have a bad head ache, & the spirit doth not moveth me...
your Aunt Cranch received a Letter from your mother of Janry 1st in which she makes mention of...
I have received your letters of Jan 3d & 6th with all that pleasure & gratitude which so much...
I received yesterday your Letter of Jan’ry 6th, with the News papers to the 7th Clapole excepted,...
I am almost dead with a horrid cold and fear that before I shall half finish this letter I shall...
I have sat down to enclose to you the dispatches of Mr. Gerry—The Secy’s report I will send you...
I thank you my dear Nephew for your last agreable Letter. You have too sensible and feeling a...
Mr Adams left us yesterday morning for New York. He expects his business will detain him till...
Is there no method my child you can persue to escape the constant colds to which you are Subject....
There is a class of men in this country, possessing some public confidence, but entirely...
Saturday I was made very happy by the receipt of your letter of the 25th of January. I wish I...
I write you only a few lines, because I am not in Spirits this morning to do more; I am Sadly...
Yours of the 2d of Feb. I received this morning—The president says he cannot blame you for not...
I know not what may be the temper of the National Legislature respecting the Honey words of the...
I have just received your letter of the 8th of Feb. and feel grieved to find you in so low...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of three Letters from you since my last, your punctuality and...
With this I send you two more copies of the dispatches—A defence of the Alien & sedition bills...
I received your letter of the 14th of Feb. yesterday—I enclosed to you this morning Browns paper...
I received your Letter of Febry 21st but as I am much out of humour this morning, I do not feel...
I have been informd to day, that a paper from N York the daily advertizer was received in Town on...
It was not untill yesterday that I received yours of Febry 26th. You always have a cold or a head...
I mourn with you the loss of Dr Maize. he was an amiable Man, and a skilfull Physician—Of how...
I wrote you from Worcester, which before this, I hope you have received. We lodged last night at...
We arrived at this place last evening about seven Oclock, where we have found most excellent...