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From the early Attachment of most of the gentlemen whose names I mentioned in my former letter,...
I enclose to you a small essay which I consider as a full reply to that part of your letter which...
Your last letter is a treasure.—Every sentence in it is full of instruction. I have often...
From an unfortunate concurrence of circumstances, I find myself under the influence of the same...
I have been so long accustomed to regard all your opinions upon government with reverence, that I...
Ever since the last week in Octobr I have been engaged in composing & delivering a new course of...
Your remarks upon the conduct of the tories, and the “young fry” who are now crowding into the...
Altho’ we differ in our Opinions About the Latin and Greek languages, and some Other matters of...
He had been educated a lawyer, and stood high in his profession in his native state. He was a...
I find you, & I must agree , not to disagree , or we must cease to discuss political questions. I...
The bearer of this letter Mr. Andrew Brown has applied to me as One among many witnesses of his...
I enclose you a humble tribute to the memory of our great republican and philosophical friend Mr....
Being obliged to lecture every day at 4 oClock, it will not be in my power to accept of your kind...
Soon after the accession of Mr: Mifflin to the Government of Pennsylvania, he gratified his...
Your Communication upon the Subject of the large Claws, and bones of the Lyon kind Animal , will...
The bearer Mr. Tench Coxe who has been called upon to share in the toils of our new Goverment,...
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 of this letter Mr. Weld a young Gentleman of amiable manners, and good education was...
The bearer Mr. Parry Hall wishes to reprint your notes on the state of Virginia . He is One of...
Your proposition for doing justice to the late Army of the United States becomes both popular &...
I congratulate you upon the prospect of the funding System being delayed ’till the next session...
I expected that the establishment of the federal Goverment, and the reformation of the...
… [Encloses a pamphlet with the request] that you would not suffer it to go out of your hands...
Count Andreani is just such a man as you have described him to be in your letter. Is it not...
I once knew a Swedish Clergyman in this city, who told me that when he preached in the Country,...
In answer to your polite letter, I have only to repeat my congratulations to you for the honor...