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The occasion which led to your favor of this morning merits all our congratulations, and I...
I might perhaps agee with Mr Grattan, that Mr Burke had read more of the Brittish Poets than even...
There is an height, beyond which the proudest Wave cannot ascend: there is a depth, at least a...
My good Friend’s when they are going to make a visit to Washington, wish an introduction to the...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Rush , & his thanks for the copy of his oration of...
Your favour of the 20th has given me great pleasure; because it informs me that you are happy....
I thank you for the information transmitted me in your Last Letter. I have Sent an extract to my...
J Madison requests a Consultation with the Heads of Depts. tomorrow (tuesday) at one OClock, &...
The Copy inclosed in your Letter has tenderly affected the little Sensibility that remains in me....
I thank you for your favour of the 20th and the Extracts which are very consolatory. I have...
I long to See the narrative of Dr Rush’s Life. I hope it will be printed. The Anecdote relative...
“Watchman! What of the Night?” To what hour of the Evening are We advanced? How many hours remain...
My most reverend Dearling presents her compliments. She highly applauds and greatly admires a...
J. Madison requests a consultation with the heads of Departments to day at 12 o’clock NjP :...
You will observe in one of the inclosed letters several legal points stated by Commodore...
I have recd. yours of the 2d inst. with the papers inclosed with it, and thank you for having so...
I have received your favour of the 18th: and thank you has your “Idea”; Your reasoning upon it is...
You have most unexpectedly procured for me a very high gratification, by making me acquainted...
Thanks for your favour of the 2d. The “Portion of time that you can command every day” affords me...
You must live to be 77 years and 9 months old, before you can know how much I am obliged to you...
Your two Letters of the 27th Ult. have been recd. with the Enclosures, for all which I thank you....
It does not Signify, to grow old. You never can get rid of worldly Affairs. I never was more...
Thanks for your favour of the 2nd. & the valuable pamphlet “America Jurisprudence” With no less...
Your kind Letter of the 6th has interested me more than any one I have received Since my last...
If I may judge of others by myself, Mr Hay had no cause of Apprehension that he Should be...
The President, Requests the honor of Mr. Rush’s Company at dinner Tuesday the 19h. inst. at 5...
“When I had an army to create, I would have called for the list of Revolutionary officers and...
I can not do better with the inclosed communication than to put it into your hands, with a...
I take the Liberty of introducing to you and your good Lady, Leiut Clark, who is on his way to...
I have recd. a Letter from Dr Maese, requesting of me, Letters of your Father for Publication. I...