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I am, indeed, gratified by the receipt of your letter of the 27th ulto. The approbation of those...
I have the satisfaction to inform you that John Quincy Adams Esq. was this morning nominated...
To my very great surprise and mortification, I saw in the daily Advertizer a week or ten days...
I set out the first of next week on the journey to the South in execution of a State commission...
I am, indeed, gratified by the receipt of your letter of the 27th ulto. The approbation of those...
I have received, within a few days, your portrait, painted by Mr. Morse for me.— I have already...
I have taken the liberty to send you by mail two books—Kentucky Productions, for your perusal and...
I do rejoice that “I have brought out the old gentleman”, & the Public would rejoice with me were...
I Most affectionately partake in the Gratification You are going to derive from the Arrival of Mr...
Absences and avocations had prevented my acknoleging your favor of Feb. 2. when that of Apr. 19....
I was going to trouble you with a letter on the subject of a continuation of the remarks on the...
I gratefully return to you the little pamphlet, & send with it a copy of the Register in which I...
I have recd. your favor of the 22d Ult: with the two vols. bearing the name of Condorcet. If the...
Your finale on Mr. Hutchinson’s Character was duly received. If I rightly remember, the Governor...
It is with warm feelings that I acknowledge the favor you have conferred upon me by your letter...
Since the 7th of Febr—I did not receive a line from my frend—but having been honoured with two...
“The American Society for the Encouragement of Domestic Manufactures”, instituted in this city,...
I am at present obliged to write to you by another hand. The inclosed letter was sent to me in...
Thou wast good enough to inform me that ‘no Book of mine would disturb thy peace,’ & I...
I regret that I could not have the pleasure of seing you again before you left town, which I...
as A tribute of respect and Esteem for the Eminent virtues of one of the principal Fathers of my...
I gratefully return the papers you did me the honor to send into me, with a copy of them inserted...
A Society has been established at this place for the promotion of agricultural and rural...
I have the pleasure to return to you the letters of Gov McKean, with a copy of them inserted in...
Presuming that, as age advances, it must become irksome to maintain your extensive...
After revolving upon some suitable apology for intruding myself with the following statement and...
With great pleasure, I, yesterday, received your favour of the 1st Inst. acknowledging the...
A month’s absence from Monticello has added to the delay of acknoleging your last letters; and...
On the rect. of a Letter signed by you and several others, respecting a Boat belonging to a Mr....
Having in so long a time not received a word from Quincÿ, although I was freed from all anxiety...
I regret that I had not the pleasure of seeing your son, when he passed through this city. I did...
I would inform you my daughter Mrs: Lincoln died yesterday after a lingering illness. The funeral...
I received on Saturday last, through the medium of the Post-Office, a letter from you dated the...
I take the liberty of Congratulating you on the returne of your worthy Son to America, after...
It is now 37 years since I had the pleasure to recieve your first letter at Anconis It was a...
I take leave to present to you a Map, (of the military bounty Lands in the Illinois Territory)...
I had the Honour duly to receive your highly esteemed favour re commendatory of my Narrative,...
Your esteemed favor of the 29 of April was duly received. In that you mention having received...
As I returned home in safety in the course of this week, the first moments of leisure, after...
Sensible of the honour I received by your permitting me to prefix your name to the second and...
I take the liberty of sending to you the only copy entire , which I possess of the Discourse I...
I have obtained from Wm. Temple Franklin, Esqr. a selection of the manuscript writings of the...
Who can better explain the character of a patriot of our Revolution, than his copatriots in the...
I received your letter with pleasure, and read it with high satisfaction. You have paid the...
I am much obliged to You for the Very Agreable Acquaintance of Mr Theodore Lyman; to Him I Will...
Accept my most cordial thanks for your truly friendly epistle. I loose not a moment in answering...
You will forgive my long delay in replying to your very interesting & confidential favor of the...
Habituated as I have long been to consider your judgement as infallible, I have not found it...
When I had the honour of calling on you, I only conjectured that the printing of the Journals of...
I am just honored with your letter of the 5th. inst. and am truly gratified to learn that my...