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To say how much I was affected at not seeing you the day I left Boston would indeed be impossible...
You who know with what painful sensations I saw you depart for College, can readily imagine how...
It is now I suppose nearly a vacation time with you and you will take your flight to Quincy for a...
After revolving upon some suitable apology for intruding myself with the following statement and...
The novelty of the occasion that produced the inclosed address, may furnish some apology for its...
Will you be pleased to accept of the accompanying political charts of 6 tables or sheets; & may I...
On the 15th. of March last I wrote unto you, requesting the favour of a Letter in your Own Hand...
It is very long, my dear Sir, since I have written to you. my dislocated wrist is now become so...
It was the wish of my lamented Husband, that after his death, small tokens of his affection &...
On this day, one which in this part of the country is considered much as Thanksgiving day is in...
The public papers, my dear friend, announce the fatal event of which your letter of Oct. 20. had...
I have found since I had the honour of writing to you last, a book among my Fathers papers...
You have been made acquainted with the controversy in which I have been for some Months engaged...
Your account of the first part of your journey, is quite as entertaining and instructive as is...
I must insist upon it, notwithstanding the authority of your veto, that the subject is truly a...
I return you my sincere thanks for the kind opinions reiterated in your letter of the 17th. inst....
In behalf of a numerous body of Citizens of Boston, we request your consent; to set for a Bust ,...
I take the liberty to forward to you, six copies of Novanglus, &c. as a small token of the...
To address so distinguished a personage is in a stranger a liberty perhaps unpardonable, but it...
I will not delay to Send you a few lines—in answer to your favour of June 24th—with which I was...
The enclosed note from Mr King, will inform you of the Event of this day, upon which I can only...
27th. Jany Remained at home all the morning in the course of which twenty cards were left—At five...
As Louisa informs me you choose to have my request addressed directly to yourself respecting a...
December 10 Recieved a charming visit from Mr. Bagot, who sat with me an hour and chatted very...
It is with an inexpressible delight, that I received and perused your affectionate Letter of the...
It is with great reluctance I presume to intrude upon your venerable retirement; but I am...
I gratefully return to you the little pamphlet, & send with it a copy of the Register in which I...
Your finale on Mr. Hutchinson’s Character was duly received. If I rightly remember, the Governor...
I take the liberty of introducing to Your acquaintance Samuel Southard Esqr a young man who for...
Knowing the interest you take in every improvement of a national character however humble the...
The peculiar appropriatness of the enclosed letter, and the wish, often expressed by my mother,...
I have been so unwell the whole of this week my dear John, it has not been in my power to answer...
I received, with peculiar gratification, your letters, together with the volume and other...
As I have already said every thing on the subject of your last which was necessary I will only...
The public papers, my dear friend, announce the fatal event of which your letter of Oct. 20. had...
It is always painful to be the bearer of bad tidings and yet it is a duty from which we cannot...
Your affectionate Letter of the 10th. Instant, was rec’d while under a second, but more painfull...
Accept my thanks for your kind letter of the 10th. of March last, and for all your other...
Often when I labour in my garden,—and I do so usually from sunrise till its setting—I expatiate...
I cannot say positively where the paper, I lately sent you, was found—There are here some files...
Permit the undersigned most respectfully to inform you that a Gentleman in our vicinity has made...
William Davis Esqr. was in my Office, with the lady of the Hon: Josiah Quincy looking in the...
13 Went out to the Capitol to see the Senate with the Ladies after which we visited the Library...
I am a great defaulter, my dear Sir, in our correspondence, but prostrate health rarely permits...
your letter of Apr. 2. was recieved in due time, and I have used the permission it gave me of...
Please permit me the honor of enclosing you my prospectus for a most useful and necessary work. I...
Your frolicsome letter of the 10th of October has come to hand this morning and amidst the...
You may have observed by the Boston Patriot of the 18th: Inst: that Henry V. Somerville Esqr. had...
I yesterday received your Letter and was very much concerned to observe the depression of spirits...
I have been so much engaged the last week at races parties and Ball it has been impossible for me...