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Until a few weeks ago, I counted with certainty on making my usual pilgrimage to Montpellier...
Unless the day should be unfavorable, Mrs Trist & myself & children will set out to-morrow, to...
Private. A circumstance came to my knowledge the other day, which, as (according to the...
Your favor of the 25th came duly to hand. There was a reason for the application to G going from...
Since my return here (last friday) I have been engaged in the examination of Mr. Jefferson’s...
Towards the close of a thorough examination which I have made of Mr. Jefferson’s papers, and when...
A note from Mr Kane informs me that Mr Longacre—whom I had previously the pleasure of knowing,...
You were right in supposing that my thoughts had been given to the subject of the void made in...
At the recommendation of Commodore Elliot, (a gentleman of great intelligence who knows all about...
I intended that you should first hear from myself , of the plunge I have taken; but this step has...