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Your 8vo. Polygraph arrived at Washington just in time for me to bring it on here, where I have...
I have duly recieved your favor of the 8th. which excites a great curiosity in me to see mr...
Capt Cormac’s departure is deferred, and Capt Elwood not yet arrived. of course I cannot yet...
I have to thank you for a copy of your introductory lecture recieved some time since, & not...
Passing as I do the active hours of my life in my study, I have found it essential to bring all...
M r Heiskill delivered my Polygraph safe and in good condition, and when I consider how much time...
Your favor of Sep. 23. was recieved on my arrival here, and I have no doubt that between yourself...
I recieved last night your favor of the 26th. and thank you for the pen accompanying it, which...
The 8vo. Polygraph arrived in good condition, and gives me entire satisfaction. your son’s...
Nothing would be wanting to fill up the measure of dissatisfaction with my present situation, but...
I have to acknolege the reciept of your favors of June 29. & July 25. to congratulate you on the...
I recieved yesterday, and with great pleasure, your favor of the 10 th informing me of your good...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly salutations to mr Peale and sends him a recruit for the fund...
I take up my pen to inform you that the box with the vase & bridle bit arrived safely last night,...
I am persuaded I shall be pleased with mr Hawkins’s portable Polygraph, because of it’s small...
I recieved last night your favor of the 14th. I continue extremely satisfied with the facility of...
I inclose you two essays of mr Burwell at my profile . I also inclose you the receipt of Capt...
It was the wish of mr Randolph & myself the last summer to send his son T. Jefferson Randolph to...
I inclose a draught for 60. D. to meet the current expences of my grandson, including two or...
I take the first moment in my power of replying to your favor of the 12th. for writing with our...
I recieved last night your favor of the 12th. instant. no person on earth can entertain a higher...
I recieved your letter of July 2. in due time, & soon after that the apparatus for making the...
I thank you for mr Rembrandt Peale’s pamphlet on the Mammoth, and feeling a strong interest in...
In your favor of May 2. you ask my advice on the best mode of selling your Museum, on which...
Your favor of Jan. 15. is recieved, and I am indebted to you for others; but the torpitude of...
I have been long your debtor in our epistolary account. a farmer being privileged to write only...
The day before yesterday I sent to Alexandria 1. a large box containing skins, skeletons & horns...
Passing considerable portions of my time at this place, I keep for use here the portable...
I ought sooner to have thanked you for your sketch of the Court of death, which we have all...
My letter of the 5th. had been written but not sent off when I recieved yours of Mar. 30. with...