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I promised you in my last an Account of the Commencement in the Methodists Meetinghouse north...
M rs Swan and her Daughters, conducted by M rs Otis came into the Senate Chamber this morning to...
My Sister informs me that you have not lately heard from your sons in Holland and that you were...
The pamphlet you have been so kind as to send me has met with much approbation here. The boldness...
I received your kind letter of the 6 th: this Evening, and feel happy that you advanced so far on...
Yours of the 22 d. I rec d. on Sunday last, by Gen Lincoln— the several Articles You requested me...
It is with very great pleasure that I address you, my dear mamma, from this place again. You will...
We have had Such falls of Snow and rain that I Suppose the Mail has been retarded and I have no...
The public Prints, announce the Death of my old esteemed Friend General Roberdeau, whose Virtues...
After Spending a Day and a Night at East Chester with our Children there and another at Newyork...
The stage in which I had engaged a passage for Philadelphia this morning, has gone away by...
This morning about one o’clock My Sally presented me with a charming daughter They are both...
We may ever remember The Thirtieth of November because it was the Day on which We were absolved...
What a Succession of troubles have you had to incounter & not one of us to help you through them—...
This Day having been devoted to Thanksgiving by the Governor of Pensilvania, Congress have...
Your delicious Letter of the 5 th. came to my hand Yesterday. Your beautiful and pathetic...
I Send you, at present the Negotiations with M r Hammond as I sent you before those with M r...
Day after day has slid off into the ocean of time, with the Yesterdays beyond the flood, replete...
I have put off writing to you from post to post in hopes of hearing from some of the family that...
The Presidents Speech is so important to the Public that I know you will be anxious to See it as...
It is a common Observation of Old People, that as they advance in Life time appears to run off...
Our Coach is Still immoveable. The Anarchical Warriours are beat out of all their Entrechments by...
You have sometime since, I presume, received my Letters inclosing those of our son Thomas of the...
I know not how to throw off, the Lassitude that hangs upon me.—weary of a daily round, which to...
It is just a week since I had the pleasure of receiving a visit from my Father at 8 oClock in the...
I Spent a pleasant Day before Yesterday with M rs Smith and her Children at East Chester where...
I went to Senate this morning with Expectations highly raised of receiving my first Letter from...
It is a fortnight to day since my return to the City, & I have been waiting the arrival of every...
I am yet uncertain as to the next point of my departure. But as I do not hear of any opportunity...
Your Favour of the 1 st. Ins t. I rec d the 11 st. and shall give orders to Pratt relative to the...
In discharge of my promise to write you a letter , which has been given you in two covers...
I am happy to find by M r. Adam’s’s Letter of Dec. 14. that You have in a great Measure recovered...
Through the finest Fields of Wheat Rye, Barley Oats and Clover, but very indifferent Roads We...
I have rec d yours of the 10 th and a Cordial it was, for I began to be fearful for your health....
I last Week receiv’d your Letter date 15 th. of March in which you mention writing me three weeks...
I have just now rec d your favour of the 12 th. The Mail from the Eastward has been unusually...
Your favour of the 4 th. arrived by Yesterdays post. The Votes on the important day you mention,...
M r Beale called upon me, a few Days ago and left your Letter of Dec r. 23 d. — Last Evening I...
I have just taken your letter from the Office and, as Briesler has not according to expectation...
Though it is but a few days since I had the pleasure of writing you, I cannot omit a direct...
Your favour of 8. March is just put into my hand.— My beloved Mother is very near my heart and...
I am grieved to hear of the fresh return of your old persecuter the Ague; I had flattered myself...
just rc d yr s of 8. 9. 13 th. return sister Peabodys lovely Letter. John’s is gone to the P.— I...
I have still to thank you for a very few lines addressed to myself, and for about half of a long...
Your favor of the 6 th instant came to hand yesterday. I can give you no certain information...
Having taken a cold which makes it inconvenient to go out this morning I cannot employ myself...
It is painfull to feel an Impulse to write when there is nothing to Say. I write merely to let...
I have taken an House, and now wish you to come on, as soon as possible.— It will be necessary to...
This being one of the pleasant Days of the Week, Thursday the Post brought me your kind Letter of...
I am in such a situation that I cannot see the way clear for you to come on, till some resolution...