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Your Letter of march the 10th is before me; your Brother informs me that he has one of April. It...
Welcome, welcome, my dear Son to your native Land after a seven years absence from it. God be...
I have found the posts belonging to the Bed and would have sent them down by the Horse cart, but...
I received your Letter from Providence and rejoiced in the favorable account you gave of your...
I did not expect a very frequent correspondence with you when you left me; however interested we...
We have not a printer in Boston who gives us any of the debates in either house of Congress: I...
I am indebted to you for two Letters Since I wrote to you. Your Letter of december 22d. I thank...
I am sorry to say that I write you from my Sick Chamber, where I have been confined for near a...
We have this day quite and old fashinnd Snow Storm, after an unusual pleasent Feb’ry. the Snow is...
I am desirious of writing you a few lines just to assure you that I am able to hold a pen, and...
You have been so good in writing to your Father and Brother that I ought not to complain that you...
I last week received your Letter of december 3d in replie to mine of Novbr 11th, not having made...
Your affectionate Letter of December 19th reach’d me a few days since, and found me and the rest...
As Congress are now up for this Season, you will be thinking of returning as soon as the Roads...
Your trusty driver took such care of your Letter that he kept it close in his pocket for a whole...
The reason that you did not receive a Letter from me when you arrived at Philadelphia, was oweing...
I began a Letter to you on the 10 of this Month left it unfinishd, and so it is like to remain,...
This is the first Snow which we have had of any concequence; and this promisses to be keep. It...
I begin my Letter by announcing the Health of your Children, that your mind and that of their...
I fear your Father may have given you unnecessary anxiety; I told him at the time it was not best...
I was much pleased at receiving your Letter of March 14th. It was a much longer interval than had...
When Mr. Hall was here your Father told him that he would leave to you the adjustment of the...
I sympathize with you in the loss you have sustained, and rejoice that the event did not prove...
I think it is full time to take my pen and inquire after your Health, and to assure you that I...
We have had in the Week past the coldest Weather that has been through the winter, yet we have...
I fully designd writing to you so that my Letter should have reachd you at Washington, but ten...
I address you jointly and congratulate you upon the fine weather we have had since you commenced...
Those of the family who could not attend yesterday at Cambridge yesterday as well as those who...
I take it for granted that you will neither in public or private Life do any thing which you are...
A1tho I have not so frequently written to you It has not been oweing to Your having been less...
The Saturday after you left Boston, I went to Town, and brought up George. he went the next week...