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your Letter begun at wWashington and finishd at Baltimore I received a few days since read and wept over it, most tenderly sympathizing in the Sorrow which have harrowd up the Bosom of my Friend since we last parted. I had heard of your Safe arrival at Washington and found from the papers and from private Friends that the Judge had been so well as to constantly to attend court. This was so...
Th: Jefferson requests the favour of The honble Mr. & Mrs. Cushing to dine with him on Monday next at half after three, The favour of an answer is asked. NNPM .
I received your very friendly Letter yesterday and thank you for your communication which I assure you gave me heartfelt pleasure. I only have to regret that a friend of mine did not close with the advise I gave him at the time when he perhaps might have been successfull. tho he listned to me with much attention, and was Sorry he did not know the Lady, I fancy he had made some overtures to the...
I need not put up the petition of Popes “teach me to feel an others woe” for I have mostSsincerely enterd into your affliction during your long residence at Washington, and thank heaven for your cause of rejoicing—I dared not write to you and feared the arrival of every mail might bring me the melancholy tidings we all so much dreaded, but through the interposition of a bountifull providence,...
I received your kind and Friendly Letter of the 2d, and beg you to accept my thanks for your kind invitation to your Hospitable Mansion. I know not any visit from which I could promise myself more pleasure “from Friends of more than 20 summers ripening” grow not think on every Bow, Friends whom no change of political sentiments have warped, nor party spirit deluded— I have frequently inquired...