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How was I delighted in Seing your handwriting on the Addres—I could not guess—it was a Letter—I...
I regret, that So often I must wearÿ you with mÿ complaints about myself, and yet I must do it,...
Although I did not hear from Montezillo—Since your very affectionate Letter of 30 May—except by...
Confident, that, after Such a long Silence, a few Letters of an old friend, who allways revered...
Although my health is very indifferent, and my eyes soo weak and dim, that within a fortnight, I...
He published—his opinions on Jus Eccles. Protest . in the Ses—which were—under his...
I dare not, no, I will not delay longer my answer to your affectionate Letter, with which I was...
Tu m’aduli, ma tu mi piace says anÿ where Chesterfield—but so you do in a most egregious...
I have now before me your favour of July the 15th, with which, as usual, I was highlÿ gratified....
Once more I must give you my cordial thanks for this proof of your remembrance—not, that I...
Yesterday I was highly gratified with your affectionate Letter, and answer it directly, not to...
If anÿ man rejoice in the prosperity of the united States i wil hope that me shal not be denied a...
As you will not wait in bestowing your kindnesses, till I arrive at Montezillo, you must permit...
Permit me to address You with few words upon your election to the Presidencÿ of the United...
The Sensible pleasure, received from your Excell:s favour of the 25th Dec. with which I was...
As your Letter of the 29 of Jan—afforded me a Sensible pleasure, I will procure meself another in...
I will not delay to Send you a few lines—in answer to your favour of June 24th—with which I was...
I intended at first to have answered your kind favour of July 16—last week—but I was everÿ daÿ So...
It is with an inexpressible delight, that I received and perused your affectionate Letter of the...
Although much indisposed duty compells me to Send you a few lines—and as I feel allways Somewhat...
Often when I labour in my garden,—and I do so usually from sunrise till its setting—I expatiate...
Although I am not perfectlÿ free from head-ache a fixed oppression in the forehead which leaves a...
How Shall it be in my power, to paÿ you mÿ Sincere thanks for the favours with which you continue...
I am again favoured with your kind letter of Jan. 23. It bears with it the usual Stamp of...
Is it not Strange, that this year—I Should not have received one Single line from those—whom I So...
Although I hear no more of Montezillo than of Boston—Yet I trust, that it is not unacceptable to...
It is certainlÿ a long while, that you received not a line from me, and this nothwithstanding I...
As I esteem a peculiar favour that you continue to honour me with your correspondence, for which...
I can not express you—how warmlÿ I am obliged to you for your your last kind favour of May 20th....
Mr. Alex. Bryant Johnson returned me the ms—Had I more time I Should be tempted to write a...