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It is with sentiments of very great respect, but with extreme diffidence, that I offer to obtrude...
I am perfectly sensible that my acknowledgement of the due receipt of thy Letter of May 14, 1809...
I take the liberty to address one of these Letters to thee, because I can but suppose thou must...
Could I make thee fully sensible of the sentiments of esteem, & a regard almost reverential, with...
I ought, perhaps, to apologize, for troubling thee with a subject of so little direct concern to...
My Gazetteer of the State of New York being nearly out of press, I seize an occasion which my...
Thy favor of the 15. inst. , is duly received, & I hasten to send the book , by the Mail. I hope...
Although I have not the pleasure of a personal acquaintance, yet as an Author, I claim the...
I am very grateful for thy obliging favor of the 7th ult., & must begin this with an apology for...
I have been duly favored with thy kind Letter of the 16th ultimo, & avail myself of a privilege...
Since I was favored with thy esteemed favor of a late date, I have received a Letter from thy...
I was duly favored with thy obliging favor of last autumn , & immediately sent the Gazetteer as...
I am so frequently asked, ‘how does President Jefferson like the Gazetteer ,’ or ‘what does he...
Highly as I appreciate the favor of thy friendly regards, I can but feel mortified at the length...
I am very sensible of thy kind condescention, & often hesitate to trouble thee so often with my...
Thy very interesting Letter of the 17th instant came duly to hand, & will form a kind of guide to...
Detained by some business, beyond the time that I assigned in my last, I think proper to inform...
I know not what may be the views of Administration, but I have taken upon myself to deny that...
Will thy good-nature excuse the freedom of a friendly enquiry after thy health? assured that a...
At the moment of taking my pen to address thee, my eyes are flowing with tears of anxiety and...
Events that have occurred since I last had the pleasure to write thee , have made it probable...
At length I have arrived in this city, exhausted with fatigue, having been travelling near 5...
A part of the object of my journey to Washington, was suspended in part, in consequence of the...
I am lately favored with a Letter from thy Son, one of our Ministers at Ghent, acknowledging the...
I was duly honored w a late date ; and as I am always happy to have thy health remains good, so I...
I send, herewith, the little pamphlet I mentioned in my Letter a few days since . I am in hopes...
I am duly favored with thy Letter. I did not see that venerable old Man for whom thou enquirest,...
Could be apprized how often the enquiry is made, & “what does M r Jefferson think of your...
Permit me to present my congratulations on the prospect of peace. Anxious to have the principles...
Having sent thee my little pamphlet on Wheel-Carriages, & being anxious to have the principles of...