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Your kind, friendly & most instructive favor of Oct: 31. has been constantly under my eyes, &...
I have not hastened to reply to your letter of June 19. because I saw that your departure for...
I return you a thousand thanks for your kind & friendly letter of the 24 th ult o . The details...
I cannot too much thank you for your kind letter of the 14 th It gave me great relief from the...
I had the pleasure of thanking you in part in my letter of May 2. for your most invaluable favor...
The last letter which I have had the pleasure of writing to you, was of the date of Octob: 9. in...
I had this pleasure on the 2 d ul to & trust that letter got safe to hand. I inclosed in it a...
It is always a great gratification to me to recieve one of your letters. That of Aug: 9. I found...
Knowing your present aversion to writing, & knowing also how much you are accablé by inevitable...
I had last the pleasure of writing to you on the 14 th of August, from Ballston Spa, my usual...
In the long course of our acquaintance, & of my friendship & veneration for you, I do not...
I had the very sincere pleasure of recieving some days ago your kind favor of the 13 th ul to...
I had this pleasure on the 3 d ult o I do not write this in order to add to the burthen of...
Your most agreeable favor of the 10 th was recieved here two days ago. You say nothing of your...
Your letter of the 3 d inst. was received here the day before yesterday. It was not until today...
I had the pleasure of writing to you at some length on the 25 th ul to & I would not give you...
The date of this letter will shew that I have been detained here much longer than I had...
Contrary to all precedent I have by me a letter from you which has remained for two months...
I am thus far on my way to the land which I mentioned to you in a former letter; & having stopped...
It has been a long time since I have had this pleasure. It was on the 5 th of Dec r in...
The vol s of Hall arrived safe. I am much pleased that they gave the pleasure which I hoped, to...
I never felt myself under the same degree of restraint in taking up my pen to write to you—for...
I have deprived myself for a very long time of the pleasure of writing to you, as I know how much...
If I could be induced by any means to attaching any value to any prophecy of mine, it would be...
Your letter of the 14 th ul to was rec d here on the 24 th . As soon as I found from it that M r...
I did not intend to have troubled you again so soon when last I had the pleasure of writing to...
Your kind letter of July 1. was rec d by me at Philadelphia, at the moment I was leaving the...
Your kind & most acceptable remembrance of the 4 th inst. calls for all my thanks. It gave me the...
I have the pleasure of informing you of my arrival here, & thus having now approached so near to...
Knowing as I do, how every letter adds to the burthen which every mail you I have postponed...