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I write you from this place where I arrived last evening and where I have again met with a severe...
After a very troublesome and tedious journey we have happily arrived at Berlin where I expected...
We have proceeded thus far on our journey as well and with as much pleasure as we could possibly...
I am this instant setting off and have only time to say that nothing can equal my impatience to...
I address you once more from this place and I cannot yet say when I shall be able to leave it as...
Your kind letter with that of Mrs Smith reached me the day before yesterday and I hasten to...
The confusion around me and the perpetual interruptions render it almost impossible for me to...
I am sure you must have thought me mad from the date of my last letter I was so teazed with...
Conceive the astonishment your Letter caused me if you can and still more the Treaty which is...
I can scarcely find time to write you into even a few lines having been so interrupted yesterday...
Your last letter afforded me inexpressible pleasure as far as regards self we both likely to be...
According to your desire I begin again to number my letters but I hope at least that our...
Your letter is this moment brought me and Mr Lewis has called at the same time to inform me that...
With what pleasure I read your last kind Letter you are capable of judging who are so well...
I was much disappointed at the receipt of your last letter having flatter’d myself that you would...
Having heard of the arrival of the Fingal you may suppose how anxious I am for the next Post A...
I am just going to dine with the Princess Belloselsky at which I have no doubt you will be much...
Another Letter was yesterday brought me but it gave me no hopes of your return and I dare not...
My troubles will never end till you return and I really if it does not soon happen I shall be...
Yours of the eighth is come not to fill me with doubts because that was already effected but to...
I did not mean to offend you, in what I wrote you concerning the information you gave. but I was...
Your charming letter only reached me last night the roads being very bad but it came time enough...
I am charmed to find by your last letter that you pass your time so agreeably at Ghent: it would...
By some accident my letter was too late for the last Post I therefore only send you this letter...
You cannot think how much I was disappointed in your last last Letter when I open’d it I was in...
My last letter mentioned some good news which I had heard from America I thank God this has been...
Your Letters arrive so regularly that it is scarcely necessary to acknowledge the receipt of...
Bad news still keeps pouring on us and your prophecies are too fatally accomplished It is to day...
Although Mr. H.—has informed me that the Congress is dissolved, still I persevere in writing, as...
I received your kind letter of the 30 of September in due time and although it confirmed the bad...
The surprize and sorrow I felt at the receipt of your last letter cannot be expressed and I felt...
No 39 arrived in due time and I have for some time been perpetually satisfied with the Post...
Some how or other By some mistake I think I misdated my last Letter to you and it is only to day...
I had left off writing entirely from the idea that you would have left England Ghent befor a...
I had entirely left off writing under the idea that you would have been on your way home very...
From your last Letter of the 19 I am led to believe that you are not likely to return home so...
Your No 28 was deliver’d to me yesterday morning. Your fears of bad news from America in the...
Having recieved your very affectionate letter of the 12 August No. 26 this morning I hasten to...
I was so fortunate as to recieve your No 25 on Wednesday which was the day in course but as it...
Your No 21 and 22 were recieved by me as usual last Saturday, or rather Sunday morning, as it was...
Mr. Harris was here last evening, and made me an offer of a House, which as times go is...
Your two last numbers 21 and 22 came together as usual on Saturday last. I could not help smiling...
I intended writing you a long Letter this evening my best friend but was interupted by a visit...
Your two last favours of the 19 and 22 of July were again deliver’d to me together at on Saturday...
The last time I wrote you I was so excessively fatigued and it was so late that I scarcely know...
I am so exhausted by fatigue that it is with the utmost difficulty I can scrawl a few lines...
You must laugh at the information contain’d in my last as Mr. Harris tells me he wrote you by the...
I received your three last numbers they arrived nearly at the same time No. 14 on Friday and 15 &...
Your No 14 is just put into my hands and the hope it gives me of your return has come most...
I enclose you two Letters which I received for you some time since one of which I mentioned...