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… I expected by this time to have been in Philada. My plan has been impeded by several...
Orange March 25 [1788]. The badness of the roads & some other delays retarded the completion of...
Yours of the 23d. instant by Mr. Jay has been delivered to me; but I have not yet been to thank...
I have not had the pleasure of a line from you for some time. If you have recd. all mine you have...
I must refer you to my letter of Dec. 15. for the reason why I had not asked of you sooner some...
The extreme badness of the weather rendered our journey very disagreeable, and retarded our...
I have duly received your friendly letter of July 24. and received it with great pleasure as I do...
Your favor of the 9th. of February has been several weeks in my pocket, and has for the same...
Your letter put an end to the inquietude that your silence had caused us. Be assured that I will...
Your favor of Dec. 25. came to hand on the 22d. of July, and on the next day I had the pleasure...
[ Philadelphia, 28 May 1784 . Entry in SJL reads: “Mrs Trist. To draw on me at Paris for money...
[ Annapolis, 17 Mch. 1784 . Entry in SJL reads: “Mrs. Trist. Condole on her sufferings—envy her...
[ Annapolis, 22 Dec. 1783 . Entry in SJL reads: “Mrs. Trist—dissuading immediate departure....
Availing myself of the place in P’s letter where a postscript should be, I take the liberty of...
[ Annapolis, 5 Dec. 1783 . Entry in SJL reads: “Mrs. Tr.—Mad[ison].—Annap.—Mr. Tr [presumably...