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This morning we left Hartford New Haven, accompanied by Mr. Broome, and Mr. Brush, who wishing to...
I came into Boston this morning, and shall probably spend the week here, in order to pay all my...
All this day has been employ’d in answering Questions respecting you, and all is not over yet. I...
I have been in a manner cheated out of this day by the library; for in looking over the books,...
I am now settled down for the Winter, and shall be obliged to pay an unremitting attention to my...
We have had the most considerable freshet in the river that has ever been known. I mentioned in...
Tuesday the first of November, I received from you, my ever dear Neice, a Letter dated the 3d. of...
My word I mean always to keep, Amelia, so I write you from this place, though my letter may be...
I join fully with you, Amelia, that whatever is, is right. Yet I cannot but regret that the winds...
Yours My Dear Niece, of October 2d came safe to hand, and as I read, I could not but admire the...
What shall I say to justify the date of this letter, after so many fair promises to be punctual,...
What shall I say to my sister? Indeed, I am quite at a loss. I spend much more time in thinking...
This is the eighth day it has rained and stormed without intermission, the weather is worse than...
I received this afternoon your No. 11 and I never received a letter which caused such a variety...
Pray Madam, are you married? Nay then the wonder ceases. No matter now how loose your affections...
You know, Amelia, I am never backward in writing my friends: therefore, when I tell you that I...
Your papa and I wrote you from Harwich the morning we embarked for Helvoet, the wind was very...
Yours of August the 7th. and Col. Smith’s of the 8th. reached us on the 14th. at this place. We...
Mr S. and Mr Blount set off tomorrow for London and have engaged to call this Evening for...
I must frankly acknowledge to my Dear Niece that I could not but wonder at her long Silence. I...
I determined about a fortnight agone, to sit down, and write you a letter, expressing my anxiety...
Mr. Jefferson has the honour to present his compliments to Mrs. Smith and to send her the two...