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Either write upon larger paper, or give an outside cover to your letters, for in the act of...
I have somewhere heard an observation of this kind, “that a person should not be too anxious to...
Influenced by the same principle as when I last wrote, viz. That of discharging a debt before it...
The kind of silence which we have observed toward each other since I left Massachusetts, is not...
This day week I put a letter into the Post Office for you under cover to my Brother JQA . and...
I have for some time past had it in contemplation to take my pen & devote its impressions to your...
I have only two or three minutes at present to devote to the purpose of answering a long &...
The Minister of the French Republic has litterally pursued the Instructions of his Masters, the...
I hasten within two hours after the receipt of your Letter, which came to my hands while at my...
My last Letter to you was of such a nature, that I can easily persuade myself no matter arose out...