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You have been much better to me My Dear friend since you left America, than I have deserved, for...
You had every right my dear brother to believe that I was very inattentive not to have answered...
I this morning wrote a short and hasty line to your other self and did not then expect I should...
Me voila mon tres cher bien en mer et le pauvre coeur bien effligé de vous avoir quitté. I have...
After taking leave of you on board of the Packet, I hastened home to sooth and console your...
Inclosed My Dear friend is a letter from your sister; which she has written to supply my...
Many thanks to my dear Brother for having written to his friend at a moment when he had the...
You are happy my dear friend to find consolation in “words and thoughts.” I cannot be so easily...
[ New York, September 2, 1790. “I cannot let the Packet go my Dear Friend without dropping you a...
There is no proof of my affection which I would not willingly give you. How far it will be...