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Our friend Mr Terrell is now among us, on a farewell visit, preparatory to his removal to New...
With a caution that my slowness and total inexperience in the duties of which the board of...
Your letter found me engaged with the papers relating to Mr Jefferson’s memoir. As I could not...
You should have heard from me some time since, but for the prospect held out by the arrival of...
When I came to make a copy of the report, I was stopped at the first step, by the want of a...
The first thing to be done after the adjournment of the Board, was to make up the record & copy...
My indisposition was of short duration: Dr Dunglison’s prescription dispelling the fever & other...
This mail conveys to you two copies of the enactments, which have been delayed so long. You will...
I send, with the request that they be returned when you shall have done with them, a couple of...
I have determined to send you also a No of the Westminster, containing another article on...