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Le plus grand bien qui soit en amitié est s’entr’escrire, ou se dire de bouche soit bien, soit...
How changed My Dear Sister, is the weather now, from the clam clear Sunshine I enjoyed with you...
Your favour of the 28th. Ult: was duly received, tho’ with more delay, than usually attends the...
I take the liberty to inclose a new method of reducing the “Moon’s distance” which I flatter...
I hope my last Letter convinced you, that Democracy is as restles as ambitious as warlike and...
I have duly recd. your letter of the 2d. instant: with the Resolutions of the Legislature of...
I have had the pleasure to receive your friendly and much esteemed favor of the 2nd. Novr.,...
I had the pleasure two days ago to receive your favour of the 27th. of November. I beg you to be...
My last Respects, was of the 6 th Ins t since when— your Scrip Certificate for $10.000—has been...
I had promised my friend George Ticknor Esqr who will hand this letter to you, that I would...
I trouble You with reluctance, knowing how occupied You must be. I coud not promise myself...
§ From William R. Cole and Others. Ca. 19 December 1814. “We the Undersigned Citizens of the...
I duly received your letter dated the 7 th Ins t and immediately informed m r Wilson of your...
I presume you will consider it reather as novel to receive an address from a stranger on a...
I have a great desire to read the olive branch of which you are the publisher and reputed author,...
The most exalted of our young Genius’s in Boston have an Ambition to See Montecello, its Library...
I was glad to learn through mr Johnson that you had an agreable journey home Your visit here...
Our interval of leisure still continues—The British Messenger who took our last Note to England...
I was much disappointed at the receipt of your last letter having flatter’d myself that you would...
Having had the honour of an introduction to you, some time since, I presume on the ground of...
Your well Known disposition renders any apology useless for the application I have now the Honor...
To all to whom these presents shall come: James Madison, president of the United States sends...
§ From Robert Patton. 20 December 1814, Fredericksburg. “By desire of your Brother, Genl....
The most exalted of our young Genius’s in Boston have an Ambition to See Montecello , its Library...
Reflecting on an expression of yours Relative to an Idea Sometimes entertained by you of...
I take the liberty to send you a copy of a work which I have published here with a view to...
Knowing the immense weight of your cares, it gives me pain to interrupt you a moment. But when a...
As you have many Years to live, and are likely to have Buissness enough to do with your...
I shall make one effort more; to convey a Letter to you, and that by sending it to Ghent, where I...
Knowing the immense weight of your cares, it gives me pain to interrupt you a moment. But when a...