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I have now the happiness of presenting to you another daughter, worthy as I fully believe of...
It was with the greatest concern I heard of your late illness, since which time I have felt very...
Last night for the first time I slept in our new House.— But what a Scene! The Furniture...
I am unable to find language to express my Gratitude and thankfullness to you—for your maternal...
I feel too sensibly the obligations you have laid me under by the letters you had the goodness to...
I have just returned from spending an agreeable hour with your best Friend. In the Course of our...
I take my pen to make a Recuest to you in Behalf of Elisha adams as you are in high...
I have been so overwhelmed with Business at the Close of the session of Congress and Since, that...
I this Day Received your kind Letter and we are all Happy to hear of your Safe arivall at Quincy...
You will See by the Proclamation in the Public Papers that I have been obliged to convene...
I received Your Favour of Octob r. 17. last, and have agreably to your Request consulted Deac n...
Not a single letter have we received from you since Monday. Uncle sighs and says, I wish Aunt...
I cannot Say when I shall be able to sett out. But I shall loose no time here. When the Public...
From Lovejoys at stratford We fixed off M r shaw with a part of the Baggage by the stage for East...
Yours of 25 Ult. is rec d. — Thomas is to Sett off from N. York to day for Quincy and I wish him...
I rec d to day your fav r of 24 and it made the day more tolerable. Your health and Spirits...
I acknowledge the receipt of your very obliging favour of th’ 23 d of Nov br and should have done...
I have the happiness to inform my invaluable friend mrs Adams of the safe arrival of her precious...
I have just rec d yours of Feb. 1. and thank you for the Book.— We had one before, from the...
I write my dear Sister with a hope that this letter will not find you in Philadelphia but as we...
Pardon my thus abruptly addressing you. I plead the occasion as my apology— I am just informed...
Three Vessells have arrived from Hambourg Since Thomas was there. The inclosed will shew you that...
I did not indulge the expectation that I Shoud wholly escape reproach when I had the honor to...
Your Letter of the 25 Nov. has revived my heart. I rejoice at your real Recovery and hope it will...
If words could express the gratitude I feel for your kindness to me, & my Children, it would be...
I presume Dear Madam that I Shall receive Your pardon by Complying with the request of M r....
Your letters of the 18 th. of last December, and the 4 th. of March following, with the contents,...
If, Madam, I still retain a Place in your esteem, (and I am not conscious that I have ever...
I had no Letter from you Yesterday. As You intended to commence your Journey on the 24 th. it is...
This day you promis’d me to begin your Journey: but if the Weather is as disagreable with you as...
Yesterday, Tuesday when the Levee Room began to be thin Brisler came running in, with the...
Your kind attention to my last emboldens me again to interrupt your more important pursuits, &...
With a great deal of snow upon the Ground it is now plentifully snowing. There must be an unusual...
From an old friend the companion of your youthfull days you will allow the familliarity I use— I...
I was not more fortunate in the weather on my return, than I was in going to Phila a. 3 days out...
I am commissioned by my truly distress’d Mother to say for her, that she cannot acquire...
Accept dear M rs Adams, my congratulations upon the New year, together with the many pleasing...
My knowledge of your condescension and goodness emboldens me to address you at present. I have at...
After having so long delayed to answer your very affectionate letter I feel perfectly ashamed of...
I have had the pleasure of seeing and perusing two or three letters from you to my Father and M r...
In my solitude in Markett street, I find nothing so sociable as your Letters— those of 18 & 20...
We Stopped at the Governors to take Leave and he told Us the News of last night, which has...
Your Letters of the 21. 22. 23. and 26 of April are all before me— They have inspired me with all...
I have no doubt that you retain such an Interest in my happiness as to rejoice with me in the...
I enclose a Duplicate of a Letter which I have lately received from M r Adams. I have not heared...
Indeed my dear Madam, I was very happy to receive a letter from you, after hearing you had been...
On Tuesday M r T. B. Adams left Us, at Eleven in the stage for New York & Boston and consequently...
We Spent Sunday at Stanford at Webbs went to Meeting forenoon and afternon, and on Monday went to...
Your Letter of the 31. of March made me unhappy because it convinced me that you were so. I...
I thank you, my dear Madam, for your obliging fav r. of 5 th. instant, and for the interest you...