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Dr. Rush’s Compliments to Mr. Jefferson and sends him herewith a packet for Mr. B: Vauhan to whom...
Philadelphia, 16 June 1785 . Introduces Samuel Fox, a descendant of “one of the most respectable...
The bearer Mr. Tench Coxe who has been called upon to share in the toils of our new Goverment,...
The bearer of this letter Mr. Andrew Brown has applied to me as One among many witnesses of his...
Soon after the accession of Mr: Mifflin to the Government of Pennsylvania, he gratified his...
Being obliged to lecture every day at 4 oClock, it will not be in my power to accept of your kind...
I enclose you a few copies of the tract on the manufactory of Maple Sugar. It owes its existence...
The bearer John Hall, a freeman has been encouraged to apply to you to dispose of one of your...
The bearer Mr. Parry Hall wishes to reprint your notes on the state of Virginia . He is One of...
Th: Jefferson being engaged in packing his books will thank Dr. Rush for the volumes lent him if...