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It may, perhaps, be important to you to know that a conversation with General Bernard to-day has...
It has for some years, been a subject of regret with Mr Huygens to have passed near Montpellier...
Under the head "Marriage & Placement," is a very curious & interesting fact, if it be a fact--and...
On going over to Edge-hill yesterday, I learned that the letter you wrote for a copy of, sometime...
Thinking on this subject last night in bed, it occurred to me that the most effectual way to keep...
It is my intention some day or other to take up seriously the politics of this country. If a...
I commenced making the separation of those you have not seen. This has taken me so much longer...
Your letter & the Speech are recd.—Your signature on the frank indicated but too plainly the...
Mr Pierpont of Boston, whose name as a Minister of the Unitarian church is no doubt familiar to...
I have searched the papers here in vain, for the power of attorney; and it will be impossible to...