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My dear dear Mother,
If you don't let me come home I die--I am all over ink,
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As the term of my relief from this place [Washington, D.C.] approaches, it's drudgery becomes more nauseating and intolerable, and ...
Congress has scarcely any thing to employ them, and complain that the place [Washington, D.C.] is remarkably dull.
[F]rom Saratoga [N.Y.] till we got back to Northampton [Mass.], was then mostly desert. Now it is what 34. years of free and good ...
I suspect by the account you give me of your garden, that you mean a surprise. As good singers always preface their performance by ...
There is no such thing as a language, not if a language is anything like what many philosophers and linguists have supposed. There ...
This is one of the most serious intrusions into personal life that I can think of, and it's as bad as anything I've ever experienc ...
A mind always employed is always happy. This is the true secret, the grand recipe for felicity. The idle are the only wretched.
I see now our fireside formed into a groupe, no one member of which has a fibre in their composition which can ever produce any ja ...
I write to you out of turn, and believe I must adopt the rule of only writing when I am written to, in hopes that may provoke more ...
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