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I return you the paper on the subject of the Medals the last enquiry of which being the only one addressed to me I have only to say I do not recollect ever to have heard of a medal struct struck on the capture of André . We are in hopes with mr Madison , to recieve mrs Madison also and yourself which gives us pleasure at all times as the party of our best affections. RC (Barney Balaban, New...
I will not attempt my dear Payne to express what you have added to our preceding distress by disregarding your Mother’s last letter inclosing the means for your immediate return. You have not even mitigated her feelings and gloomy conjectures, by acknowledg. the rect. of it. And I now hasten to a subject which if disclosed to her, would but inflict new tortures. I learn that the arrears for...
(I will not withold the epithet notwithstanding the little regard you seem to pay to the feeling it expresses). I have the mortification & grief of being obliged to recur, by another letter, to the subject of my former one. The 3d month is now wearing away since that was written pressing you in the strongest terms, & for the most cogent reasons to return immediately to your home & yr. parents,...
At the request of Mr. William Clarke, I put this into the hands of Mr. Lewis Shaston his brother in Law by whom it will be delived. Mr. S. will explain the object of his visit to Philadelphia, and be obliged to you to refer him to the proper person there to be engaged in the pursuit of it. I need not express our anxiety to see you, nor the affectionate feelings which you can not doubt. RC (NjP) .
What shall I say to you? It is painful to utter reproaches; yet how can they be avoided? Yo⟨u⟩r last letter to your mother made us confident that we should see you in a few days. Weeks have passed without even a line explaining the disappointment, or soothing the anxieties of the tenderest of mothers, wound up to the highest pitch by this addition to your long & mysterious absence. As ample...