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Mr. Smith is at last about to leave us. I cannot in conscience omit so good an opportunity of...
I received your obliging favour by Mrs. Morgan, with the papers, and the other articles you sent...
I set down with a heavy Heart to write to you. I have had no other since you left me. Woe follows...
Your obligeing favour of Sepbr 10th was put into my hands the day before I set out upon a journey...
I generally endeavour to write you once a week, if my Letters do not reach you, tis oweing to the...
It is difficult my dearest Friend at the instant in which the Heart finds itself dissapointed of...
Your repeated kind favours demand my acknowledgment. I own I have been rather remiss in not...
Mr. Morton has given me great pleasure this morning by acquainting me with the appointment of our...
Your favour of Jan’ry 19 never reachd me till the 26 of this Month. The only reason why I did not...
Your favour of December 9 came to hand this Evening from Philadelphia, by the same post received...
I wrote you to day by Mr. Smith but as I suppose this will reach you sooner, I omitted mentioning...
I set down to write you a few lines by the post, because I would not omit one opportunity. I...
I have the Pleasure of acquainting you that I last Evening recieved Letters from Mr. Adams,...
O that I could realize the agreable reverie of the last Night when my dear Friend presented...
I received yours of june 10, for which I thank you. I want you to be more perticuliar. Does every...
This day I am happy in the News of your safe arrival at Corruna by a vessel arrived at Newbury...
I know not whether I ought to reply to your favour of April the first, for inded Sir I begin to...
How does my Dear Mrs. Warren through a long and tedious Winter? in which I have never been...
I hope this Letter will be more fortunate than yours have been of late. I know you must have...
I little thought when you left me, that so much time would have Elapsed before I had taken my pen...
How great was my joy to see the well known Signature of my Friend after a Melancholy Solicitude...
May I address you by the Epithet of my dear Charles? for I realy feel towards you a Maternal...
I have to acknowlidge a feast of Letters from you since I wrote last, their dates from August 19...
I know not but you are upon your return home. If you be a pleasent journey to you but you will...
Your two sons did me the favour of calling upon me yesterday morning and Breakfasting with me....
26 yards of Dutch bed tick 2 Gray muffs and tippets 2 Bundles of english pins 2 sets of House...
Where is my Friend Mr. L ovel l? Can he be an inhabitant of this world and inattentive to a Lady?...
Shall I tell my dearest that tears of joy filld my Eyes this morning at the sight of his well...
May I be permitted to call of your attention from the important and weighty concerns of State to...
Have pitty upon me, have pitty upon me o! thou my beloved for the Hand of God presseth me soar....