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Be pleased to excuse the liberty which a stranger takes, in thus addressing you. The interest you...
I take the liberty of forwarding you the first number of a monthly publication entitled the...
In addition to the acts of kindness heretofore received from you, it wou’d seem like imposing on...
I ought to have made my acknowledgments sooner for the very interesting and instructive letter...
I had the honor to receive your letter of the 20 ultimo in due of [ sic ] course of mail. A...
The reason I would not request thy opinion on my progect for navigation was in the first place...
Having recd. a letter from Mr. Gordon saying that it would not be in his power to take the 10...
Your favr. of the 12th. inst. was this moment recd. & I hasten to say in reply to it that your...
I am under many obligations to you for your last obliging letter, and thank you, in a special...
I take the liberty to send you a Copy of the Addresses of the Philadelphia Society for the...