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Your proposition for doing justice to the late Army of the United States becomes both popular &...
I have great pleasure in informing you that your nephew continues to exhibit all the marks of...
My second son Richard Rush has long felt a strong desire to visit Europe in the capacity of a...
I congratulate you upon the prospect of the funding System being delayed ’till the next session...
30 March 1811, Philadelphia. Introduces the bearers, Mr. Caldwell and Major Plenderleath, who...
The letter you did me the favor to enclose me a few days ago is from a Dr: Thomas Clark- a...
I expected that the establishment of the federal Goverment, and the reformation of the...
Permit me to revive a friendship, Once very dear to me, by addressing you upon a Subject highly...
The Medical Professors of the University of Pennsylvania beg leave to address you upon a Subject...
Agreeably to your request I have in conjunction with my friend Dr Physick done every thing that I...
… [Encloses a pamphlet with the request] that you would not suffer it to go out of your hands...
My Son Richard Rush has requested me to beg the favor of you to accept of the enclosed pamphflet...
Many years have passed away since I have read a political pamphflet. The Subject, and name of the...
The memorial of the “Pennsylvania Society for promoting the Abolition of Slavery &ca.”...
I write to you at the request of your nephew to acknowledge for him the receipt of your letter...
Count Andreani is just such a man as you have described him to be in your letter. Is it not...
§ From Benjamin Rush. 7 April 1806, Philadelphia. “The bearer Captain John McDougall goes to...
Permit me to intrude a few moments upon your time, while I address you upon a Subject interesting...
§ From Benjamin Rush. 3 December 1805, Philadelphia. “To a person acquainted with the great...
Agreeably to your request, I have written to General Armstrong in favor of my friend Dr. Clark. I...
I once knew a Swedish Clergyman in this city, who told me that when he preached in the Country,...
Retired as I live from the political World, and devoted as I am Obliged to be to the duties of my...
20 May 1809, Philadelphia. His son, Dr. James Rush, visits Washington to make a call upon the...
With sincere Sympathy I sit down to inform you that this evening your amiable nephew expired. His...
I have the honor to send you herewith the 4th report of the directors of the African institution...
In answer to your polite letter, I have only to repeat my congratulations to you for the honor...
Letter not found. 6 September 1811. Acknowledged in JM to Rush, 20 Sept. 1811 . Forwards a copy...
I have great pleasure in informing you that the operation I mentioned in my letter of Friday was...