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how shall I address you. how offer the consolation I need for myself upon an occasion which has...
I want words to express the grateful feelings of my heart for your kind sympathy on our late...
I have been sick almost ever since I had the pleasure of receiving your favour of May, but in...
It is matter of much consolation to know that frends so dear to My lamented husband as Mr and Mrs...
“The Chamber where the good Man meets his fate is privileged beyond the common walk of virtuous...
I scarcely know whether it is most proper for me to appologize for my long silence, or for...
will you give me leave to introduce to your acquaintance the Rev’d mr Coleman, a gentleman who is...
Since my last Letter to you I have been call’d to drink deep of the bitter cup of affliction—my...
The day after I sent my last letter to you I received your interesting communication, most...
I should not so long have delayd to thank you for the freedom of your communications made to me...