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I fancy you will be surprised at receiving a letter from me so soon after my return, but being...
I enclose you a press-copy of my last Letter, thought it is more than ever uncertain whether...
Since the original of my last letter was written, I have received no letters from America, but...
The political Condition of the World, not only engrosses all our thoughts, but absorbs all our...
I was closing up a letter, which I wrote yesterday to my dear Mother when I received, from...
Although I wrote you not more than ten days ago, having yesterday received your letter of 18....
I hope my dear Sister, & family are well, though I have not heard from her for three last...
I received your Letter written upon the Birth-day of my only daughter, and memorable to me for...
I received a very few days ago, your kind favour of 1. March last, which gave me great pleasure...
Mr Benjamin Beal jun’r Who has long resided in France, returnd last Winter upon a visit to his...
I received with the liveliest pleasure your kind favour of 26. February, as independent of the...
I address you upon a subject of much delicacy and which from circumstances which must be well...
I received your letter this day, written from Springfield; this has been a relief to us to hear...
After I returnd from your hospitable Mansion where the scenes of former days were pleasin g ly...
Just as I was closing my last Letter to you, I received your letter of 12. April, and had barely...
Will you permit Listen to a Friend to your Reputation to your rising prospects, to your rising...
The flames of War, which are again spreading universally over Europe, have at length caught...
Has not this long term of rainy weather made you sick? it has almost every body arround us—& I...
Since I wrote you last, I have had no letter from you, or indeed from any person in the United...
Inclosed are two Letters for you & family or to Speak more correctly one for you, and one for Mrs...
Your kind invitation would be joyfully accepted by my young Ladies, but at present they have with...
Blessed are the Peace-makers!—In that glorious band of righteous do I class my friend Mrs. Adams....
Your Letter of Decbr 30 1811 has Slept in my in my Beaurous untill your prophesys have become...
My heart is one day as light as air and the next as heavy as lead. The Name of Hull, at one hour...
My thanks are due to you My Dear Friend for a letter of the 1st. & it would afford me much...
It is two years this month, through the Blessing of Heaven, since I have been prevented by...
My daily care and visits for a fortnight past have been to the sick and dyeing Bed of our good...
Some few months since, you were kind enough, at the intercession of my mother, to give me a...
It was not untill Saturday morning when I went to See my poor old domestic Pheby, that I learnt a...
I received your Letter of 17th of the last Evening and rejoiced with trembling. Dr Hoolbrook...
During the last two years, the unwelcome task has too often been allotted to you, to communicate...
I am very sorry I was not absent, when your excellent Mother left me your Letter of the 12th of...
I wrote a few days ago to your Grandmama, and desired her to inform you, and your brother John,...
Since I wrote you last, which was on the 23d: of June, we have received your letter to your...
Your friendly note of this day is not unexpected. I am ready to meet my antagonist, on my own...
A War between the United States and Great-Britain, and a War between France and Russia, having...
“Why was that fair flower blasted so soon”?—The last letter which I have had the consolation of...
I received so early, early as last January your obliging favour of 18. Novr. to which...
I received your very complimentary letter of the 6th of September, I rejoice with you at the...
The with in I prepared with design to forward by your Son on his return from Barnstable Court,...
I have received, and read with—Sensations of grief and joy and Reflections of, (what shall I say...
I have not received a line from the United States, public or private since I wrote you last—That...
Having not received directly from you, or from any of my friends at Quincy, a line later than the...
Your letter of the 4th has given me much pleasure. I rejoice that you have been admitted a...
Your neat, pretty letter, looking small, but containing much, reached me this day. I have a good...
Although I do not inflexibly persevere in the rule of writing individually to you once at least...
Yesterday was our Thanksgiving day. In our own way, and with tempers suited to the occasion, we...
your Letters of April 30th of May 28th of June 27th a duplicate, So faint a press coppy that but...
I am not about to write you much upon War or peace. You must have enough upon those Subjects in...
I think it not improbable that on receiving the public accounts of the progress of the War in...