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I have received your letter of the 31st of August by Captain Brownson. I saw in an American Paper...
I mentioned to you in a former Letter, the visit that I had received from Mr Frend, and Mr...
Accept my Dear Friend of my sympathy for the loss of your lovely grand Daughter. For Mrs Charles...
I am myself, my dear Madam, in great trouble—since my date of yesterday, my amiable son the...
General Boyd, Mr Stores, Mr Forbes, and Mr and Mrs. Everett, have all arrived in London within...
Your letter of 15. Feby: which was brought by Captain Brown, of the Washington, and which I...
Altho’ I have not had the pleasure to receive a letter from you, since I last wrote; yet your...
I have not been unmindful of you my Dear Friend, nor of each member of your worthy family since...
Your kind attention in answering my letters heretofore, and my last being yet unanswered excites...
A dutch Vessel, called the Prince of Orange, which had taken out to America the Minister, Mr....
I have received your Letter of the 5th. inst. with its enclosures, to and from the Secretary. I...
When you were here, I lent a great Coat, a small one—to Mrs Harrod, to keep of the rain, which...
Just as I was closing my last Letter to you, I received your letter of 12. April, and had barely...
Yesterday as soon as the mail arrived I sent to the Office full of expectation of receiving a...
I avail myself of the opportunity that now offers of writing to my dear and absent Sisters whose...
Accept my thanks my Dear Madam for your kindness in so promptly favoring me with your Advice from...
I have but just received your very Sisterly Letter, by Mrs Adams, handed me this morning. I...
I am sorry you did not find time to write me a line—reports are so various, & calamitous that it...
As I shall probably not have an opportunity of dispatching letters for America, after that of...
I was much grieved to hear of Mrs Adams sickness, both upon her own account & yours —Such a...
Captain Harrod, by whom your kind favour of 20. March to me, mentions that you had written to my...
If I could have omitted to welcome the return of this day, and to renew my prayers for many happy...
Your letter of the 24th of march, my dear Madam, is but just arrived, and although it was so long...
I wrote you a few lines on the day that the Treaty of Peace was signed, which I sent by Mr Hughes...
The Calender informs me it is the month of May, my Dear Sister—I should not suppose it, by the...
Agreeably to your request I have been recollecting some particulars respecting the antient and...
will be so good as to send the enclosed to Dr Tufts, & she will oblige me—I have not time now...
My Dear Sisters, interesting Letters conveyed by the Mail, were gratefully received by their...
Having an opportunity to write you by Mr Lewis of Philadelphia who leaves this place for England...
A Treaty of Peace between the United States and Great Britain has this day been signed by the...