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The late french Ambassador at this Court, the Duke de Vicence, has taken leave, and his succesor...
I know not whether it was generosity, or any other virtue, or merely a disposition to receive the...
Yesterday Morning I received the first information of the ratification, by the Government of the...
Yesterday I went to London, to the anniversary dinner of the Society of Friends of foreigners in...
Captain Smith, who was the bearer of your kind letter of 7. May, has met with the same misfortune...
I owe you, dear Madam, a thousand thanks for the letters communicated in your favor of Dec. 15....
Unexpectedly I found myself once mor honoured with a few lines and well in a Season—in which the...
I received a very few days ago, your kind favour of 1. March last, which gave me great pleasure...
As I was, unexpectedly, So highly gratified with your favour of the 2d. instant, it might appear...
It is impossible for me to express to you my dear, my much beloved Aunt, the consolation your...
I had the good fortune of sending a single letter from this place to England, in time to go by...
I this Day by the Mail received your kind letter, & am happy to hear you got Home, with your...
I was very much gratified to find that it was not the Presidents, your own, or your family’s...
As the Couriers between Paris and St: Petersburg have not yet ceased to be dispatched, by the...
Your long silence (My Dear Sister) made me fear that you, or some of your family were sick—I was...
Mr. Todd having just called to announce his departure I hasten to write you although I do not...
Not one ray of information has reached us respecting your Family, or my Dear Mrs Cranch’s ill...
As Mrs: Perkins has kindly offered to take Letters, I hasten to answer your kind Letters of 24th:...
I hope my dear Sister, & family are well, though I have not heard from her for three last...
If I have detained the enclosed letter longer than was proper, I beg it may be ascribed, not to...
My last Letter to you was written at Reval, and dated the 12th: of May—It was forwarded from...
I presume dear Mrs Adams, you know ‘ere this, that the “Star in the East,” who is to make the...
I was much gratified my dear Mrs Adams the last week; by a line from you: especially as it...
I too my Dear Sister, have to address you from the Bed of Sickness— The wednesday night after I...
I cannot express to my dear Mrs. Adams the ardent desire I feel that we might at least have one...
With pleasure & I hope, with Gratitude, I take up my pen, to assure you my dear Mrs A that we are...
It is matter of much consolation to know that frends so dear to My lamented husband as Mr and Mrs...
How can I express mÿ deep Sense of gratitude for your condescending kindness, in gratifying me So...
I fear that the pressure of much business, and an anxiety to avail myself of a moment of leisuir,...
I had heard of your illness with extreme concern, from my wife, and also through Mr: Cranch and...