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I enclose you some lines which were written very hastily yesterday morning immediately after...
I received your Letter of the 7th yesterday Evening and was very happy to learn that you...
I enclose you some lines I wrote if you like you may publish them but do not say whose they are...
I am so much concerned my Dear George to learn from your last letter what a state of suffering...
The frequent and violent attacks of sickness which assail me my Dear George render me a wretched...
Your father wrote you a Letter yesterday in which he desires you to remain with your Grandfather...
As I am much afraid that I shall not accomplish the plan proposed in my last Letter to John you...
I send you another sheet of the dialogue but it is so badly done I am quite ashamed of it. If it...
I was much pleased with the flow of good spirits which your last Letter indicated my Dear George...
I do not recollect whether I answered your last Letter my memory not being remarkably good and...
I am very sorry to learn from your Letter to Charles my dear George that you had hurt your eye. I...
I am so uneasy about your state of health my dear George that I beg and entreat you to write me...
I yesterday received your melancholy Letter my Dear George informing me of the low state of Mrs....
As I presume you will have accomplished your journey ere this epistle arrives, and that you will...
Your Letter of the 15 which I received yesterday has caused me the greatest alarm, and...
Your Letter has remained unanswered some time in consequence of the illness of Mary which has...
As it is possible my dear George that you may hear a rumour that your father was drowned I hasten...
You I presume have been so deeply plunged in business that the sudden arrival of your father must...
Your two Letters have arrived safe and as we are all about as well as usual I shall appropriate...
I cannot suffer the day to pass my dear George without offering you the best wishes of your...
I am very glad to learn from your last that Mrs. Thornton gave Mrs. Hamilton a party as I was...
When I left you my Dear George I was far from believing that an act of so little importance as...
Your Letter caused me some uneasiness perhaps more than was necessary in consequence of your...
It is long since I wrote you, because I thought you so busily engaged that you would have no time...
Your Grandfather has expressed so much satisfaction at your conduct during your visit to him this...
It is so long since I heard from you I begin to find it difficult to account for your...
Your Letter which I received yesterday gave mutual delight to all of us—It was exactly the style...
We have arrived safe after a very tedious and on the whole disagreeable journey as the state of...
Your Letters were both delivered to me yesterday the one by Dr Waterhouse and one by the Mail. I...
Your father my dear George is so much occupied at this moment by the duties of his Office he...
As Congress have has adjourned I have literally not a word to write as we have nothing stirring...
According to my promise I write to you again altho’ I do not feel quite sure that you will have...
As you are determined not to write to your Mother or in any way to continue an intercourse always...
It is an age since I have written to you my Dear George in consequence of having no subject on...
Your ridiculous Letter as you call it was received yesterday and gave me great pleasure as at...
Mary is amusing me as usual in crying and whining because I suggest to her the necessity of some...
My journal does most assuredly take a considerable portion of my time, my dear George, but that...
We have been suffering so much from intense heat this Summer my dear George it has been...
As I have not received a Letter from you I cannot pretend to answer one but I will write...
I am not sure my Dear George whether your last Letter was answered or not but at any rate you...
What have you been doing? where has your reason flown? while your poor Grandmother was yet warm...
The melancholy situation of Judge Cranch’s family in consequence of the almost sudden death of...
In Joke while I was in Boston you one day said you would lend your Books to your Uncle Tom in New...
Your Letter with that of Hariet Welsh was received by me a few hours after your father and John...
We suffer too much from the heat my Dear George not to make allowance for your purisse but I am...
I wrote you a hurried Letter the other day my dear George in answer to your last as I was fearful...
Although my Dear George I fear that my last Letter was not very palatable to your high spirit...
As you know me to be an Amateur of the horrible incidents of human Tragedy if my Dear George you...
In all the hurry and confusion which attended our journey it was impossible for me to write you...
I am very glad my Dear George find by your Letter which is just received that you are better and...