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We take the liberty of soliciting your name as a subscriber to the Edinburgh Encyclopaedia. This...
I will take it as a particular favour if you will give me your name to the Emporium of Arts &...
15 May 1812, Philadelphia. Solicits JM’s “patronage to the Emporium of Arts & Sciences … not for...
We should derive peculiar gratification from receiving your name as a subscriber to our edition...
I have commenced the publication of a series of Engraved portraits of the emminent men of our...
I have commenced the publication of a series of engraved portraits of the eminent men of our...
I have commenced the publication of engraved portraits of the eminent men of our country, by Mr:...
I once more take the freedom of encroaching on your kindness with a request that you would allow...
I took the liberty a few days ago of writing to you on the subject of two pictures which Doctor...
Since I took the liberty of writing to you respecting the portraits of Columbus & Americus...
I have been favoured with your very obliging and satisfactory letter respecting the portraits of...
I acknowledge, most sincerely, the receipt of your kind and obliging favour of the 29 th of the...
I have been favoured with your obliging letter of the 9 th instant , accompanied by another to M...
I duly received your favour of the 28 h of August , enclosing your outline of the engraved...
It gives me much pleasure to inform you that Mr. Edwin, in a conversation with him this day on...
I am compelled, from necessity, to resort to London for my re Portraits . M r Edwin , on whom my...
I had the honor of writing to you nearly 2 years ago & was favoured with your reply on the...
I have taken the liberty of enclosing the last edition of the prospectus of my work. By it you...
I have received you very obliging favour, & thank you for you kindness in promising to sit to Mr....
I had the honor of receiving your very obliging favour of the 1st. instant, giving me a sketch of...
A few days ago I took the liberty of requesting your opinion respecting a subject in relation to...
I have taken the liberty twice lately of addressing you, and have not been favoured with a...
Although I caused a Copy of your portrait to be taken for the purposes of having an engraving...
I received your last obliging letter, & thank you most sincerely for the information it contains....
I have taken the liberty of writing to you several times lately, & have not been favoured with a...
I took the liberty of writing to you by Mr. Wood our distinguished portrait painter to whom I...
You had done me the honour of answering my letters to you, so fully, that I had supposed I should...
I had the honour of duly receiving your obliging favour of the 9 th of February last . You have...
I Several weeks ago sent Mr. Wood a portrait painter of our City, to Washington, & after writing...
I have just had the honour of receiving your obliging & kind favour of the 20: instant .— I...