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we were made very happy this morning by the receipt of your Letter, informing us of the arrival...
Give me leave to congratulate you & mrs Smith upon the Birth of a Daughter. I hope both the Mamma...
The Death of my Mother which took place this afternoon very suddenly, will prevent my Sitting out...
Will you be kind as to see mr Frothingham and tell him that I wish him to have the Coachee cased,...
Mr otis will tell you all the News in this quarter of the Earth, where Wickedness abounds of all...
We are thus far on our Way to N England if no accident happens to prevent us. I hope on thursday...
As you was absent when I left home I was unable to pay you for some articles which you had...
I wrote you from East Chester and inclosed you 90 dollors to pay a Note in mr Frothinghams hands....
I received your obliging favour of Nov br 8 th the day after I last wrote you. I inclose the...
I received your Letter of Jan’ ry and observed Your communication, somewhat alterd to better suit...
We now have the appearence of some fine weather our Rivers are open, but our Roads are all like...
The President received your Letter this morning dated 5 Feb’ry. the Rule of the former President...
I received your kind favour of Feb ry 25 this morning. the badness of the roads I suppose was the...
I yesterday received your Letter of March 11 th it would give the President great satisfaction to...
I fully unite with you in sentiment, that much ill Blood and warmth of Passion is excited by Town...
I inclose a Letter to you for Mrs Black. as there is but one post a week for Quincy, it may...
I have rec’d your’s of the 13 th and 16 th: the last contains the most agreeable News I have...
I have received your obliging Letter of the 19th. A drawback on Rum exported is admitted by the...
Your agreable favour of the 24th of April, was brought to me in season and I thank you for it;...
The President of the United States, requests the Pleasure of Mr. Smith’s Company to Dine, on...
Your last Letter both allarmd my fears, and in some measure prepared my mind for the Event which...
I received by way of Providence last week your kind Letter of the 11th sent by mrs. Barret,...
yours of May 18 received on Saturday. the President Says, he will be obliged to you to chuse him...
I received your Letter yesterday of May the 28th, and the Sermons you were so kind as to send me,...
I write you a line this morning to say that dispatches have arrived from our envoys up to April...
I inclose you a Bill of Lading of some flower, a cask, trunk and an Iron dripping pan, which I...
The enclosed letter is from Count Neale a respectable nobleman attached to this Court, to a...
I received yours of the 11th. I think Thomas Welch should take his degree at College before he...
Since writing to you, respecting Thomas Welch, I have received last week a Letter from mr Adams...
I have this moment received your Letter of June 25th, I wrote to you by the post of tuesday, and...
I have received your two kind favours this week of June 29 & July 2d as Hot a day as I ever...
I received your Letter with mr Quincys oration which justly merrits all the praise bestowed upon...
I have coverd to you the dispatches which are for Thomas Welch to take with him. I hope in the...
I Love, I esteem I venerate her memory, as I did her Character while living. as She always...
I think I do not hear from you So often as when I was in Philadelphia. I hope mrs Smith and you...
I could not sleep last night. I read in the Mercury that Captain Jenkins in the America arrived...
I inclose you the Letter which gave me every reason to expect that Thomas was on Board Capt...
Mr Brooks calld and left the Letter from you and mr Adams’s papers from dr Welch excepting...
Mr Adams has some property in his Brother Charles’s Hands at N York. he wrote me in one of his...
I received by mr Brooks the Sermon you was so good as to Send me; and have ha read it with much...
I thank you for the entertainment afforded me by the Stranger, and I most Sincerely Congratulate...
I Send James this morning, and wish you had better weather to come upon. if you will Send Eliza...
I have been from Quincy more than five weeks, and have received only one Letter from any Friend...
Least you Should not See many of the curiosities produced in the Aurora; I Shall now and then...
The paper which I inclose to you, will Shew you at one view the measures which have been adopted...
I wrote you this week, but not hearing from you, as the Letter went by a transient person I fear...
I received your Letter by mr Sheafe together with the Small trunk Safe, and render many thanks to...
Several of your favours have come Safe to hand for which I thank you—in your last you mention it...
I received on Saturday your kind favour of Febry. accept my thanks for the orations. I send you...
I could not but regreet that we had not the pleasure of Seeing you in Philadelphia, as you got so...