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What a gratification again have you bestowed upon me in your Letter of Febr. 7th. not never to...
Although I continue to be an invalide by a relapse Since three weeks—I will endeavour to amuse...
ἀναπέτομαι δὴ πρὸσ ολυμπον πτερυγεσσι κούφαις — μ’ ἐπίβωτον κατὰ γειτόνας ποιήσεις. And I was...
I mentioned in a former letter, that Monticello’s Philosopher, desired in one of his Letters,...
I Should rather guess that Basanistes would do good—It is true it is a heroic medicine, but it...
When I send you last mail Basanistes, I was so much tortured with head–ache—that it was not in my...
I intended at first to have answered your kind favour of July 16—last week—but I was everÿ daÿ So...
I make no apologÿ in not answering your gratifying favour of the 26th of may Sooner, nor do I...
Mr. Alex. Bryant Johnson returned me the ms—Had I more time I Should be tempted to write a...
Although I dilay’d till now to answer your very gratifying favour of Febr. the 5th, it was not,...
You Shall indulge me—having been engaged So long in various lucubrations—that I take Some repose,...
I will not delaÿ to answer your favour of the 10th, with which I was again gratified—I was...
Musing on Molière, the last precious gift of de Gyzelaer, which I received this summer, I was as...
Musing on Moliere—the last precious gift of de Gyselaer which I received this Summer—and for...
I will trÿ to answer your very kind favour of Sept. 3—as the chilly weather and a violent pain in...
To relief a while mÿ distressed mind I take up again your interesting favour of July 13—but do...
Although your Ladÿ in the letter, with which She honoured me, intimated, that ere long I was...
It Shall be a part of my Sundays devotion to give you my Sincerest thanks for your kindnesses...
Permit me, to congratulate you and your Lady, with the appointment of his Exc: John Quincy Adams...
The daÿ before I was so unexpectedly favoured with your affectionate Letters of the 22 & 23 of...
Again a few lines from your old friend, who continuallÿ receives fresh proofs of your unabated...
Le plus grand bien qui soit en amitié est s’entr’escrire, ou se dire de bouche soit bien, soit...
Although not in a mood to perform anÿ Serious thing, I must try to procure me Some relief—in...
I hope not, I dare Say more, I am confident, you deem it not an intrusion, when I write you So...
Although much indisposed duty compells me to Send you a few lines—and as I feel allways Somewhat...
Not a line—not a Letter from Mount Wollaston Since that of July 5th with a note of Mrs A—I will...
How was I delighted in Seing your handwriting on the Addres—I could not guess—it was a Letter—I...
What Shall I answer to your obliging favour of the 29 May? I can not express, what I felt—it...
I regret, that So often I must wearÿ you with mÿ complaints about myself, and yet I must do it,...
The sun breaks through the skies—I skipt just in the garden—but the soil is yet too wet—to...
Now I hope, you have already perused my Oration—although I have not Seen it yet in print—I doubt...
At lenght I have been able to peruse Condorcet’s book—It can not be difficult to you, to...
I Should have yet delay’d further to answer your favour of the 30th of Jan: accompanying...
Fill the glass to the brim—and empty it till the last drop—now you rejoice with your friend on...
Being now pretty free from headache, I will indulge myself in the pleasure, to cheer mÿ depressed...
I did rise yesterdaÿ morning with Severe headache—and espied, entering the room a Letter on the...
It might cause Some Surprise, if I tell you, that your last of the 26 Dec. did reach me in due...
Although I am not perfectlÿ free from head-ache a fixed oppression in the forehead which leaves a...
Everÿ mail I flattered my Self to receive a Line from Mount Wallaston, till I received your...
I So returned from the field—having dug my patatoes, and now the rain compells me to Staÿ home,...
I can Scarce persuade myself, that I Staÿ’d with you So manÿ daÿs—and conversed on So few,...
Never Shall be obliterated the few days, which I enjoy’d at Quincÿ—I fostered allways indeed a...
If I should not write, except I could Send you an interesting Letter then I would but Seldom have...
No, you will not blame me, though I make use of a Sundays afternoon—having the morning employ’d...
I can not express you—how warmlÿ I am obliged to you for your your last kind favour of May 20th....
Do not Suppose, that I waited to answer your verÿ interesting letter of March 18—till I received...
My Sending the wreath unaccompanied bÿ a Single line was occasioned bÿ a Short excursion to...
I am again favoured with your kind letter of Jan. 23. It bears with it the usual Stamp of...
Having at length finished mÿ Researches on Several points in Nat. Hist. in the theories of Mess....
Although I know not, if I Shall be able to finish this Letter—being not free from head-ache—I...