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I endeavour that you should hear from us by writing in every direction, yet when I take my pen my...
Two of your Letters, viz No 24. Dup: & 25. Origl came to hand on the 16th: inst: These are the...
Another Letter was yesterday brought me but it gave me no hopes of your return and I dare not...
I have a rich Budget to send you by the next Ship. I have no time to prepare it by the Milo. I...
I have already written to you, in replie to your Melancholy Letter of Sepbr 20th. and have...
I was so fortunate as to recieve your No 25 on Wednesday which was the day in course but as it...
We have proceeded thus far on our journey as well and with as much pleasure as we could possibly...
Last week I Sent Letters to Newyork for you Mrs Adams, and the children. I write now to Say that...
altho I wrote to you on the 14 of this month I know that my Letter will have a dubious conveyance...
This Letter is devoted to one Subject. Since the Death of Judge Cushing there has been frequently...
My last letter mentioned some good news which I had heard from America I thank God this has been...
Altho I have already written to you by this opportunity, and my Letters are now quite old, I know...
I thank you for the Memoirs of Doctor Price. Though there is little in this Work which was new to...
Your two last No 12 & 13 were delivered to me at the same time I presume the first had been...
I had the Honor to write you on the 22 March whereof the proceeding is a Copy. By the late...
I closed a Letter to you last week, and sent it to Liverpool by the Juno Captain Emery—full of...
As there is Some prospect of mr Russels being appointed to Sweeden I hope to convey Letters to...
though I owe you many Apologies for neglecting to write for so long a time, it would give you no...
I must abide by the rule I have establishd, which is not to let any opportunity of writing to...
I have requested a number of Friends, to Search and Seek for information concerning the...
I had left off writing entirely from the idea that you would have left England Ghent befor a...
I was very happy to recieve your Letter of the 12 August, which I have been waiting for with much...
A Gentleman, whose Name is Reynolds a Native of Boston, a Graduate at Cambridge, a Pupil in...
It would be ridiculous in me to write you, upon public Affairs. If We have Judges as at the...
This day two years since; I was cloathed in Sable for the Death of mrs Norten’s Since which time,...
My perplexities are increased every day, as I fear yours have been and are still. Mine, at...
I cannot forget the loss I have sustained in the death of Dr Rush. Since your departure his...
“Oh that I too, could make a visit to my Father,” was your exclamation in your last Letter. more...
I Shall continue to write to you altho you may determine to leave St Petersburgh before my...
If Parson Nelson could call that Composition of Alexander, Petrarch and Werter, The Admiral, “...
I wrote to you on the 26 of August, and sent my Letter to N york to go in a dispatch vessel. I...
I have recd. your Letter of Oct. 27. 1814. and that of 26. of November. I congrtulate you on the...
The young Gentlemen are all flying to Europe, and apply to me for Introductions to our Ambassador...
I congratulate you on the new acquaintences you have made. Madam de Stael and Sir Francis...
In the first place I will inform you, as I know how very particular you are, that I have received...
By mr. Tarbel, who left here the last of Nov’br I wrote to you, and to mrs Adams, introducing him...
Your kind letter arrived just in time to cheer us. Charles and I were both quite sick, but are...
This day compleats Eight weeks since you embarked for Russia. I would fain flatter myself that...
I feel so uneasy, on your account, that I want to write to you, every hour. But I am become so...
I received your three last numbers they arrived nearly at the same time No. 14 on Friday and 15 &...
God bless it— mr Jones was so obligeing as to come this morning to Quincy, to inform us that he...
To Shew the pretty, little, easy task you have undertaken, let me give you a Schematic Picture of...
Altho I sent Letters yesterday to go by our Ministers from N York, yet a new opportunity offering...
I know not whether you are acquainted with the Bearer of this Letter Samuel G. Perkins Esqr, or...
I had the honor to write you, on the 18th: Nov. 1811, since which I have been deprived of the...
No 39 arrived in due time and I have for some time been perpetually satisfied with the Post...
I am not about to write you much upon War or peace. You must have enough upon those Subjects in...
The Opportunity by Captain Benjamin Harrod is so unexpected and the time allowed me is So Short,...
I was much disappointed at the receipt of your last letter having flatter’d myself that you would...
I am induced to furnish you with a list of my friends who interrested themselves for me and...