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Not one word have I heard from you my dear Friend since your kind letter, saying that you was but...
I was in hopes ere this time of having the satisfaction of seeing you here, but from what I could...
It is so long a time my beloved Friend since I have had the satisfaction of hearing from you,...
A long time my beloved Friend has elapsed since we have seen each other or even conversed by...
We are again permitted to return home in good health, after having passed as pleasant a winter as...
Accept my Dear Friend of my sympathy for the loss of your lovely grand Daughter. For Mrs Charles...
I have not been unmindful of you my Dear Friend, nor of each member of your worthy family since...
I fear my dear Madam that long before this you have taxed me with neglect. But however strong...
My mind it seems had been in unison with yours for some time past, & I had determined the last...
I was much disappointed My Dear Madam in not having it in my power to see you again before we...
My thanks are due to you My Dear Friend for a letter of the 1st. & it would afford me much...
Although I have not written since receiving your favors of July 12th., & August 2nd., yet my...
I had flattered myself that before this time we should have had the pleasure of a visit from you,...
I had the happiness of receiving your excellent letter at Middleton, for which my heart is alive...
I have been prevented waiting you since my arrival in Connecticut by the increased weakness and...
We were highly gratified in receiving a few lines from our dear Susan, to whom my love & thanks...
I was very sorry to hear that Mr & Mrs Otis found you unwell on their return; but hope ere this...
I will without delay thank you for the ind letter of the 5th, which was not received till...
We came here in less than four hours. Found the riding much better than was expected & were not...
Your sisterly kindness to me my dear Madam induces me to believe that to hear of our welfare will...
We came to the City on the 4th The weather & roads were as favorable as could be expected for the...
Not one ray of information has reached us respecting your Family, or my Dear Mrs Cranch’s ill...
I ought long before this to have acknowledged & thanked you for your excellent letter received at...
It was with heart felt sorrow my Dear Friend that I learnt by your kind & affectionate letter how...
We were blessed with fine weather & roads from Providence to Phila., where we staid a fortnight;...
I did not need your last token of love to remind me of my duty to one who is unwearied in...
My best thanks are due to you my dear Madam for the letter enclosing a Discourse delivered at the...
It was my intention when I left Boston to have written to you as soon as my spirits were in some...
I ought to have written ere this to you, my valluable Friend, to have expressed the heart felt...
If my hands could have obeyed the dictates of my heart I should have written to you long before...
By letters received from Boston I was grieved to learn that you had been very ill. It would give...