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mrs Smith appears so anxious and unhappy tho She Said nothing, that Seeing it, I advised her to...
I have rejoiced in the fine weather which we have had since your absence. and tho to day it...
By the post of yesterday I received your two Letters, one from Brookfeild and one from Suffeild I...
On Sunday, Monday and Twesday we had a storm of Rain, Hail & Snow as severe as we usually get in...
You have been So good writing at every Stage when you put up for the night, that I have been able...
This is our Thanksgiving day, when I look Back upon the Year past, I perceive many, very many...
I last Evening received your Letters, one of the 24th from Prince Town, and of the 25th from...
I write you a few Lines just to Say that I am better than when I wrote you last, that mr Cranch...
I received yours of 28th of Nov’br I have not faild of writing to you once a week ever since you...
I last Evening received yours of Novbr 28th. If oceans do not rool between us, mountains have...
I received the Centinal last Evening and found by it that the two Houses were formed and that a...
I Last Evening received yours, of the 13th, I believe I must Cheer you up a little, and I dont...
I believe our Legislatures when they made the House tax were not aware of the trouble attendant...
on tuesday Evening I received the Mercury, and read in it, the arrival of Capt. Jenkins in the...
I cannot give you any account of Thomas. I have sought for him by capt Jenkins. The Barbara which...
I received your Letter of December the 25th and am very glad to hear you are so comfortable. I...
I believe it was in some such cold weather as the present, that Solomon made the wise...
I received your Letters of Decbr 31 & Jan’ry the 1st I am sorry that it should fall to your Lot...
Yesterday in high Stile with his Carriage and four, His Honor the Lieut. Govenour made me a...
I received your Letter of Jan’ry 10th last Evening by mr Black when he returnd from Town, with...
I give you joy of the Safe arrival of our–dear Thomas; whom you will have cordially received...
I Received yours of the 15th on wedensday, and participated in the Joy and pleasure you must have...
I have at length procured the addresses and find them better collected and arranged than I...
Your observations in your last Letter upon your Solitude; and your reflections upon your Age and...
I have received your Letters of the 24 & 28 of Jan’ry. if you continue in the use of so many...
upon the 12th, our dear Thomas reachd Quincy to my no small Joy! I am as happy in his company and...
I cannot say that I write you from my solitude, for who can call themselves Solitary when in the...
I have not any Letter from you of a later date than the 9th; you was then unwell. I have one from...
Yesterday afternoon Mr. Greenleaf returnd from Boston, and as he, as well as my others...
I yesterday received yours of Febry 22d there has not been any measure of the Government since...