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Permit me to present my congratulations on the prospect of peace. Anxious to have the principles...
I ought, perhaps, to apologize, for troubling thee with a subject of so little direct concern to...
At the moment of taking my pen to address thee, my eyes are flowing with tears of anxiety and...
A part of the object of my journey to Washington, was suspended in part, in consequence of the...
I take the liberty to address one of these Letters to thee, because I can but suppose thou must...
I know not what may be the views of Administration, but I have taken upon myself to deny that...
I wrote thee, some time since, concerning an Essay of mine, which I proposed to have sent to thee...
Had I not a great personal interest in seeing the Laws of the United States, relating to the...