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Some of Jobs afflictions and some peculiar to myself have rendered it impossible for me to write...
Not a word at present about your delicious Cider and flounders. Miss Farnam a Grand Daughter of...
Though my visit to Princetown formes an Era in my Life, and afforded me as much pleasure as my...
Although I have not been able to acknowledge your kind letter, I have not been less grateful for...
It flatters me to find that from your lofty elevation, so near the summit of your Wachusett you...
Mr Greanleaf and his Colleague in our Quincy Town Meeting thoght fitt to recommend all the...
I have received your kind note of this afternoon. Mr De Wint and his family are all in Boston and...
I revoke the appellation of Son—Your conduct to me is more like that of a tender affectionate...
I have been as Civil to Mr Lane who brought me your letter of 26. As I could. He dined with me...
O that I had the talent at discription, of a Homer a Milton or a Walter Scot—I would give you a...