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Had I not a great personal interest in seeing the Laws of the United States, relating to the...
I send, by this Mail, Nos. 7, 8, & 9, of my Magazine, & invite thy particular attention to the...
I am obliged by thy kind attention. Thy Letter of Dec. 20 , was duly received, & I shall avail...
The Essay which thou wast kind enough to wish to See in print, is commenced in this No., & I...
After a long delay, occasioned by adverse events, I Send thee, by this day’s mail , another No....
It is with great pleasure that I have observed, of late, the continued evidences of thy health so...
I wrote thee, some time since, concerning an Essay of mine, which I proposed to have sent to thee...
I am very thankful for thy attention, nor was it yet too late ‘ to be useful to me,’ nor is it...
I enclose to thee a long Paper, which I wish to have thee read, & to favor me with thy...
The event which I expected, has terminated the life of my friend Dox , & vacated the office of...
A few weeks of ill health have confined me to the house, & prevented my correcting the proofs for...
As I have not, for a long time past, been favored to hear from thee, I presume to address thee...
I embrace every opportunity for presenting my respects, constantly wishing thee all possible...
The work of Dr. Williams , of which I spoke , is a Second edition of that which thou hast seen,...
I enclose this a Right to use this improvement described in this little pamphlet I lately sent...
My attention is called, by an old man of about 70 years, to a wish of his that 2 volumes of his...
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...
Could be apprized how often the enquiry is made, & “what does M r Jefferson think of your...
I am duly favored with thy Letter. I did not see that venerable old Man for whom thou enquirest,...
I send, herewith, the little pamphlet I mentioned in my Letter a few days since . I am in hopes...
I was duly honored w a late date ; and as I am always happy to have thy health remains good, so I...
I am lately favored with a Letter from thy Son, one of our Ministers at Ghent, acknowledging the...
A part of the object of my journey to Washington, was suspended in part, in consequence of the...
At length I have arrived in this city, exhausted with fatigue, having been travelling near 5...
Events that have occurred since I last had the pleasure to write thee , have made it probable...
At the moment of taking my pen to address thee, my eyes are flowing with tears of anxiety and...
Will thy good-nature excuse the freedom of a friendly enquiry after thy health? assured that a...
I know not what may be the views of Administration, but I have taken upon myself to deny that...
Detained by some business, beyond the time that I assigned in my last, I think proper to inform...