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mr Dexter will come to Boston tomorrow for the Trunks you must go with him to mr Crufts who when...
So, so master John, your Back is up, because you have not been written to, as often as you...
I received your Letter by mr Beals, and was very glad to learn that you and your Brother had...
enclosed is the money which mrs Welsh advanced upon your account which you will pay her, and get...
By mistake two of your Shirts were Sent without marking. ask mrs Welsh if She will let her woman...
I have heard, with some surprize, your proposition to Mr Adams that we should once more take up...
The past week has scarcely been marked by any occurrence worth relating in a letter, the weather...
On this day, one which in this part of the country is considered much as Thanksgiving day is in...
It was an unexpected pleasure which I received in your letter of the 17th. of last month, as I...
My last letter I believe, evinced a degree of excitement very uncommon for me. But the...
I am glad to find you so happy at college and I myself assure you I feel as much so here there is...
The summer has come upon us very rapidly without giving us any of our usual Spring weather. Some...
The warm season has come again and delightful as it is to me, is no doubt also very acceptable to...
Since my last letter the whole family have been suffering from violent colds. I did not escape...
Another fortnight has passed since I had the honour to address you, and the end of it has found...
The past week has brought us summer weather and makes the city look as green as it is wont, in...
I was much delighted yesterday by the receipt of the letter from you. It assured me that you was...
"Who doth time gallop withal?" Instead of answering this as Shakespeare has done, I would say...
I have even less than usual of interest to relate today, since Tuesday last, I have been entirely...
One week has passed already since my arrival here and to us by no means a quiet one. General La...
An unaccountable fit of dullness and inability to do any thing, prevented my writing to you on...
Time has slipped by most unaccountably during my resolutions constantly expressed of writing to...
In the present dearth of news, and of every thing to make a letter interesting, I am afraid I...
A fortnight has passed over, since I last addressed you, and scarcely any thing of interest has...
I Thank Heaven my dear Grand father that I am so happy as to announce to you the Election of...
Sensible of the honour I received by your permitting me to prefix your name to the second and...
Your account of the first part of your journey, is quite as entertaining and instructive as is...
Your frolicsome letter of the 10th of October has come to hand this morning and amidst the...
In the reign of Charles 1st of England, Henry Adams came to America from Devonshire and settled...
Your letter, of the 21st. sprightly and entertaining like all the rest, has been recieved. I...
Your letter of the 28th: Decr. is an epistle of a sage. I will tell you a story, of ancient days....
I thank you for two letters written at two notable periods of your life one at the happy meeting...
Your letter of the 18th of January is full of candid, temperate and accurate criticism I know not...
In compliance with your request in your condescending favr. of the 30th. Ulto. that I should...
Your kind letter of the 22d: February No 15 is as pleasing to me as the former numbers. I have...
I recieved, as usual with great delight your letter of the 12th inst. Your account of all things...
I also am an advocate first for universal suffrage 2dly. for universal emancipation 3dly for...
Your No 42 has given me pleasure like the rest. I ought to thank you for your assiduity in giving...
Nothing from your Family gives me more pleasure than to hear as I do, that you are a diligent...
I am much pleased with your Translation The Character of Anacreon is one of the many Mysteries of...
I thank you for a pretty volume of Poetic effusions; for want of sight I have not read them, but...
Your letter of the 27th. of December has given me great pleasure—though I shuddered at the idea...
If you can obtain leave of absence I wish for the pleasure of your Company here on the twelfth of...
I thank you for your kind Letter—and your Father still more for his permission in permiting you...
You have been the most punctual correspondent that I ever had except your Brother—but for four...
Your account of the Death and Character of General R. G. Harper gave me a great deal of pain, he...
I take pleasure in introducing to your acquaintance the Revd. Mr Barber, who has been some years...
You have been made acquainted with the controversy in which I have been for some Months engaged...
The enclosed note from Mr King, will inform you of the Event of this day, upon which I can only...
It has given me great satisfaction to learn that a part has be assigned to you to perform at the...