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In looking over my file of Letters received, I find that the latest date I have from you is of...
If the twenty-five Volumes of the projected compilation of English Poetry, which were published...
As I am much afraid that I shall not accomplish the plan proposed in my last Letter to John you...
Your Letter of the 13th: instt. is received and gave me pleasure—It would have been still more...
Your Letter has remained unanswered some time in consequence of the illness of Mary which has...
My absence from the City must plead My excuse for not sooner congratulating you on your success...
I thank you for your letter of the 31st. as well as for that from New York—I have been reduced so...
With this Letter I commit to you a power of Attorney to receive for me any dividends, due or...
I yesterday received your Letter dated Quincy and was delighted to find your very formidable...
Your Letter which I received yesterday gave mutual delight to all of us—It was exactly the style...
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...
Your Letter caused me some uneasiness perhaps more than was necessary in consequence of your...
Though the theory of Government is a nice and dangerous Study as I have found by experience; Yet...
I have finished the Sprit of the King. About 3400 pages, as romantick as any of Scotts Novels and...
I have received a very pleasant letter from you of the 21st. of the month; your close attention...
Your Letter calmed my anxiety concerning your health which had been great and still more so...
The melancholy situation of Judge Cranch’s family in consequence of the almost sudden death of...
Your kind letter of the 21st. has given me great satisfaction, indeed you have been very good I...
Your letter of the 28th. of October has been received with pleasure—First because it is sprightly...
I thank you for your letter of the 4 Nov. I am very glad you have got so far through Hallams...
I thank you for your letter of the 4th. November I am very glad to hear that you are so nearly...
Thanks for your No 5. I have now finished reading and hearing read the Four volumes of Hallam’s...
The information in yours of the 30 Nov. & that we have from Susan of the health & spirits of you...
I have mourned with your mourning in your No. 9 of the 16th Dec. for the loss of Colonel Trimble,...
Tell your Father that I have found the old circular pedigree which looks like so many wheels...
A cold frosty snowy morning. I have received your No 11. I am glad you have got through the...
I am glad to learn by your No. 12—that you are reading Burlamaqui and as he is sound in...
The splendid account we receive from you and others of the dinners parties and balls from...
Thanks for your No 15—Your Father advised wisely to the Abbe Condilla. I knew him personally. He...
Do not the cannon which have thundered this morning in honour of your Namesake, in flame a holy...
I received this Morning your No 18—It is a universal complaint that the english Language...
Did you send me a pritty address of the President of Columbia College, which I received this...
I have received your No 19, 24, Feby. When I recollect the freedom of speech, which I indulged,...
I am delighted with your number 22. It is not too free. It is modest enough. It is wise learned...
I will not trouble you, to read a history of my pains and aches, as an apology for neglecting to...
I will not trouble you to read a history of my pains and aches, as an apology for neglecting to...
Some of Jobs afflictions & some of Jobs comforters have prevented my answering your letters as...
Some of Jobs afflictions and some of Jobs comforts have prevented my answering your letters, as...
I am well pleased with your No’s: 31. 32 & hope you will continue the subject. I see nothing on...
I am well pleased with your No. 31 & 32 I hope you will continue the subject. I see nothing in...
Your No 33. has pleased me much and I beg you to continue your observations on the cavilling and...
Your two Letters have arrived safe and as we are all about as well as usual I shall appropriate...
I am very glad to learn from your last that Mrs. Thornton gave Mrs. Hamilton a party as I was...
Shall I first congratulate you on the honours which you have just received or will they be...
Last Eveng Mr. Ingersol called and sat with us sometime and we had a good and pleasant chat after...
I agree with you in your number 34. that the quarterly is guilty of damning Stuart, and Reid,...
I have mislay’d your letter and therefore cannot refer to it. I hope Mr Russell has his fill,...
N. 9 has reached me and I hasten to answer it although I must complain a little at your...
Your beautiful letter of the 8th has given me great pleasure I call it beautiful because the...