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I have not been long enough in this City to pretend to a knowledge of the general Sentiments of...
I wrote you a Line from Philadelphia mentioning such Facts as had come to my knowledge respecting...
Yours of Monday Morning (Yesterday Se’night I presume) came to hand in course of Post. I find by...
Though I no longer hold a seat among you I feel not the less interested in the honor and...
The promptitude with which you answered my letter is very pleasing. I shall not spend time in...
I cannot dispense with making my acknowledgements for your attention, and the communications you...
I am favored with yours of 20th. Ulo. and shall not only grant the indulgence you ask, but...
I have to acknowledge your favr. of 4th instant with the enclosures, and in return as usual can...
I am favd. with yours of 17th Ulo. with the enclosures. I have never seen a fair discussion in...
Your favors of 2d. & 17th. instant came to hand together on the 22d. the mail carrying the former...
When I consider the momentous struggle in which you are acting—I feel a reluctance to intrude,...
Your favr. of 21st instant is come to hand. Your kind attention amidst the multiplicity of...
I have to thank you for your favr of 21st. Ulo. I deem it peculiarly unfortunate that any...
I have the pleasure to contradict the report from Kentucky mentioned in my last of General...
I am favd with yours of 12th. instant—since which a Gentleman has arrived from Philadelphia who...
Your passing through this Country without giving me the pleasure of seeing you was no small...
Your favr. of 28 Ulo. would have been sooner acknowledged, had not the winter arrangement of the...
Your favr. of 2d instant came to hand in course of Post. What a man wishes he will readily...
I should not have disturbed your repose with anything of a private nature, nor indeed with the...
The proposed measures for the establishment of a National University which I took the liberty of...