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This morning I did See in a N.Y. paper—the announced death of your Revered Father—my beloved and...
So many months are past Since I received a Single line from Massachusetts—in former days I was...
Your unexpected favour of Nov. 30 was highly gratifying—I am too much acquainted with the...
It is with an inexpressible delight, that I received and perused your affectionate Letter of the...
I trust, that you will not deem it amiss, if, after such a long silence, I take once more the...
You will not be displeased, I am confident, if I address you again a few lines—perhaps—one or...
Often when I labour in my garden,—and I do so usually from sunrise till its setting—I expatiate...
After Such a long protracted Silence you will not find fault, that I indulge once more in writing...
I may not longer delay to answer your unexpected, affectionate and interesting favour of Jan y 11...
It was my intention to have delay’d writing to you—till the great die was cast—but perusing Dr...
I trust from your former, so often renewed, kindnesses, that after such a long silence, you will...
I delay’d to write you a few lines—to congratulate you cordially on the happy arrival of the 30th...
Confident, that, after Such a long Silence, a few Letters of an old friend, who allways revered...
Again a Letter from Oldenbarneveld—I Suffered this winter with excruciating headache, partly...
I would not So Soon have intruded again into your dignified retirement had it not been, that you...
Confident that a few lines shall not be unacceptable, as you cannot but approve my grateful...
Although the last favour with which I was honoured by you on Aug. the 3 d leaves me Scarce any...
Once more I must give you my cordial thanks for this proof of your remembrance—not, that I...
Althoug it was not in my power to assist, under your roof, at the celebration of your 88th...
I am confident you will not take it amiss—if, once more, I address you with a few lines, less so,...
I thank you cordially for your last favour of Jan. 19 as I too received again a fair proof. that...
I cordially thank you for your affectionate Letter of the 4th—So Soon I did not expect a fresh...
So much time has elapsed, Since I was delighted with the interesting affectionate Letter, which I...
It is a long time—since I was honoured with any favour from your hand, and little less—that for...
By the frendship, with which I was gratified and honoured by your Beloved Parents’—during the...
I am confident, you will kindly permit me to Send you a few lines—at this time—if it was only, &...
Although I hear no more of Montezillo than of Boston—Yet I trust, that it is not unacceptable to...
If a Sense of duty did not compell me to address You with these few lines, I could not deem it...
I should hesitate, to intrude on your moments of leisure, with my unprofitable correspondence,...
Although I did not hear from Montezillo—Since your very affectionate Letter of 30 May—except by...
It is a gratification, that I have it in my power, to cause you Some pleasurable emotions—by the...
Indeed you are very kind towards me: I can not reciprocate these proofs of your frendship as by...
Is it not Strange, that this year—I Should not have received one Single line from those—whom I So...
I should need an apology for intruding on your precious moments of leisure, as I have nothing...
No—you can not forget me even without one single line I should be fully persuaded of this...
This answer to your letter of the 18th I consider indeed as an essential part of my religious...
The last tiding of your welfare, with which I was gratified—was by Judge Peter Smith. I had made...
I thank my God, that I enjoy the high gratification in congratulating you with the tribute, paid,...
Yesterday I was highly gratified with your affectionate Letter, and answer it directly, not to...
Although I have nothing at present to communicate deserving your attention, but the continuance...
I can not express my feelings for the affectionate reception, which I met with at Montezillo—you...
Confident, that it Shall be gratifying to you, to receive an answer on your favor of July...
As you will not wait in bestowing your kindnesses, till I arrive at Montezillo, you must permit...
I indulge once more in the gratification—of Sending you a few lines, in the hope, that you enjoy...
Your former kind indulgence make me presume, that a few lines—after so long a silence—to renew...
I dare not, no, I will not delay longer my answer to your affectionate Letter, with which I was...
How can I, in any manner, reciprocate your kindnesses? I know I can not, and yet I feel cordially...
I must acknowledge that some time ago, I fostered the expectation of being gratified with a few...
I intended to have answered your affectionate Letter of the 29 Dec. last, before I left my home...
The last time, I was gratified with Some tidings from Quincy—was by a Letter of the 8th of this...