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I send you the Letters— I could not keep my hands off of Nabby’s. I beg her Pardon. They write me...
Your Letters of the 21. 22. 23. and 26 of April are all before me— They have inspired me with all...
This day you promis’d me to begin your Journey: but if the Weather is as disagreable with you as...
I had no Letter from you Yesterday. As You intended to commence your Journey on the 24 th. it is...
as soon as your Letter informed Us that M rs Brisler could not come without her husband I sent...
I have this day rec d , in your favours of the 5. 6. and 7 th. of the month the first...
Your Letter of the 31. of March made me unhappy because it convinced me that you were so. I...
I rec d. to day your favour of March 29 th. I write you every Post day and send my Letter to the...
Monday Morning, the most agreable in the Week because it brings me Letters from you, has not...
You will See by the Proclamation in the Public Papers that I have been obliged to convene...
Last night for the first time I slept in our new House.— But what a Scene! The Furniture...
I have yours of the 6 th. by the Post of this day. I have proposed to Brisler to give him 300...
I am So constantly engaged in Business most of which is new to me, that it Seems as if it was...
Yesterday only I rec d yours of March 1.— am surprized you should have rec d none from me from...
I have no Letter this Week and begin to fear that your Respect to our late P. has laid a...
your dearest Friend never had a more trying day than Yesterday. A Solenm Scene it was indeed and...
The Congress have passed the Law allowing 14,000 d to purchase furniture. The State Legislature...
The Presbyterian Congregation have voted me the front Pew in their Church for my Family. It is an...
just rc d yr s of 8. 9. 13 th. return sister Peabodys lovely Letter. John’s is gone to the P.— I...
The Die is cast, and you must prepare yourself for honourable Tryals. I must wait to know whether...
I rec d Yesterday together your Letters of the 28. 29. and 30 th of January. It is impossible for...
I hope you will not communicate to any body the hints I give you about our Prospects: but they...
I believe I have not directly & expressly Answered your Letter, inclosing the Memorandum from M r...
I have rec d yours of January 22 d. I know not the reason you had not rec d Letters for a Week—...
It is now determined what the President has to depend on after the 4 th March. The Committee...
I rec d , Yesterday by the Post, the inclosed Letter, which excites a hope of more by the Same...
I went Yesterday to hear D r Priestley, in the Philosophical Hall of the University and there I...
M r Beale called upon me, a few Days ago and left your Letter of Dec r. 23 d. — Last Evening I...
on Tuesday when I waited as usual on M rs W. after attending the Levee, She congratulated me very...
I received to day, together, your Favours of the 31 st December 1796 and 1. Jan. 1797 Our H. of...
M rs Swan and her Daughters, conducted by M rs Otis came into the Senate Chamber this morning to...
I rec d Yesterday your favour of 23. of Dec r. from Boston. The old Patrioch, has got a Name of...
I wish the new Year may be the happiest of your Life. Last Night I had a Visit from D r Rush,...
The Prospect that opens upon me presents Troubles enough of every kind.— I have made Some Inquiry...
I rec d yours of the 14 on Fryday: but had no Letter on Monday. According to present appearances,...
I Yesterday dined at M r Binghams and Sitting next to Madam at Table, had Something like a...
I have this morning yours of the 9 th. Am glad you have mine from Stratford: you will receive...
I went Yesterday at 12 O Clock to the Presbyterian Meeting House in Market Street to hear D r...
I rec d this morning your kind Letter of the 7 th. and wonder you had not rec d a Letter. I wrote...
I have just rec d your fav r. of the 4 th. I wrote you from stratford New York and from...
Inclosed are Some Signal Accomplishments of Prophecies. Be cool and discreet in your...
I have rec d your Letter of the cold Sunday on which I wrote you one from Stratford. In N. York...
After Spending a Day and a Night at East Chester with our Children there and another at Newyork...
I Spent a pleasant Day before Yesterday with M rs Smith and her Children at East Chester where...
We lodged at Monroe’s in Marlborough on Wednesday night, at Hithcocks in Brookfield Thursday...
The Result of Saturdays Debate in the H. of R. removes all Anxiety for the Remainder of this...
I am not surprized at your Anxiety expressed in your Letter of the 25 th. which I rec d...
Our Coach is Still immoveable. The Anarchical Warriours are beat out of all their Entrechments by...
This Day seven Years I first took my seat in Senate and I hope I shall not sit there seven Years...
The Sensations of Ap. 19. 1775 and those of this Morning have some Resemblance to each other. a...